Andrew Tate launches Top G comic book about fighting the Matrix

Andrew Tate launches Top G. Read this article to know more about his new comic book.

Andrew Tate, the controversial social media personality, has launched his comic book series named Top G.

The series will feature tales of Andrew Tate battling the forces of the matrix. ‘Cobra,’ speaking on behalf of DNG Comics, shared a statement regarding the release (H/T DNG Comics).

An image of Andrew Tate holding his new book Top G
Andrew Tate launches Top G.
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“They don’t want you to know the truth they want you living in a mental cage, chained by a weak mindset. I became the superhero of the youth by telling the truth and teaching young men to be strong. And now I am being punished for it, in real-time. These stories reflect the harsh truths of the Matrix, how I escaped it, and what I predict they will try next.”

The initial installment of the series, titled “Breaking Illusions,” has been made available on DNG Comics.

Surprisingly, the comic book comes at a price point of $97, leaving many intrigued and puzzled.

Colby Covington praises Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan Tate

UFC superstar Colby Covington recently expressed admiration for the Tate brothers.

Despite the prevailing negative opinions about them, ‘Chaos’ doesn’t share the same sentiment and seems to appreciate their perspectives.

In fact, Covington even went on to praise their eloquence during a recent Turning Point USA event, where he was asked to share his thoughts on Andrew Tate and his brother.

“Yeah, I have no issue with the Tates. I think they are very intelligent guys, they come across as very well-spoken. You know I have no issues. I think he did a great interview the other day with Tucker Carlson. I think there’s a lot of truth to what he is saying. And you know, I think people are experiencing that now in America. I’ve seen it firsthand on social media, man.

He added:

“They took me out of the algorithm on Instagram, the second that I put up a picture of Republican and conservative beliefs. And they have kept me at a million followers for four or five years. It’s not about followers, it’s not about that. It’s about standing up for what you believe in.

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