Andrew Tate to start own Big Brother house
Andrew Tate has threatened to start his own Big Brother house unless bosses of show put him back inside this year's infamous abode following his boot earlier this week.
Andrew Tate has threatened to start his own version of 'Big Brother' if the bosses don't put him back in the house.
The bolshie kick boxer was dramatically booted off the show earlier this week after shocking footage emerged of him whipping a girl with a belt but he's determined to persuade the producers to give him back his place otherwise he'll give them a run for their money by building his own abode.
Taking to his Facebook account on Wednesday (15.06.16), Andrew uploaded a video of him sitting in his car with a bag stashed with cash worth £100,000.
He accompanied the clip with the caption: "If they don't put me back in IM STARTING MY OWN BIG BROTHER. F**k it.
"I'm Gona rent a mansion for a month put a webcam in every room and stream it online 24 hours a day. Everyone who gets in gets paid 1500 instantly to cover costs. Any money raised from adverts broadcast will go into the prize pot for whoever wins. UNLIMITED ALCOHOL AND NO RULES IN DADDYS HOUSE. I've hired 3 full time members of staff to help me find a mansion and contestants. To apply: Retweet or share this - WE WILL BE CHECKING. Upload a 60 second video of yourself to YouTube explaining why you should be in the house. We need 6 men and 6 women (sic)."
The 29-year-old star was pulled out of the infamous abode on Monday (13.06.16) - less than a week in to the series - after producers received some "information" on him.
A spokesperson for the Channel 5 show said: "Andrew was not removed because of his actions inside the House. Nor was he removed for tweets allegedly posted by him prior to his entering the House. Andrew was removed because of information which came to light."