ANDREW Tate has revealed he’s asked the “same stupid question” every day in an explosive rant about “dorks”.
Bizarre resurfaced footage shows the former kickboxer, 36, swaggering around his Romanian compound as he rages about the messages he receives from fans.
In the video, enraged Tate mocks his supporters in an absurd rant.
He fumes over the messages he receives “every single day” from people asking what footwear he wears in the gym – or what he wears to do his squats.
“I do open DMs every day and every single day someone asks me the same, stupid question: ‘Hey Tate, what footwear do I use in the gym? What do I wear to squat?’ Or bench, whatever these f****** dorks do,” Tate rages.
During the ridiculous diatribe, he yells: “You could never have been through what I’ve been through and then you come to me and ask me about f****** shoes?
“I will bench-press your mom in flip-flops or running shoes. It doesn’t matter. Who the f*** cares?”
The warped influencer has been held behind bars in Romania for more than two months.
Tate and his brother Tristan have been fighting to be released since they were detained as part of a probe into human trafficking and rape allegations on December 29.
In a recent tweet, Tate revealed his prison workout routine while complaining about his “limited freedom” in jail.
The former kickboxer told on how he does 500 squats and 500 press-ups a day.
Tate also said he walks 10km around his tiny call as he has “extremely limited freedom of action”.
Meanwhile in a previous email, he moaned about the “blistering cold” while being “locked in a box”.
And in another, he launched a thinly veiled attack on his supporters from his jail cell, saying he needs “better people”.
The Tate brothers remain detained amid allegations of human trafficking, organised crime and rape – with their “angels” Georgiana Naghel and Luana Radu also under investigation.
They deny all allegations against them.
The brothers have had all their appeals for release denied as Romanian authorities consider them a flight risk.
They can be held for up to 180 days should further detention extensions be granted by the courts – meaning they can be detained until June 27.
Misogynist influencer Tate built up an image that appealed to teenage boys – creating an online empire that made him one of the most searched people on Google.
Masquerading as lifestyle advice, much of the content is considered highly sexist and is seen as promoting violence against women.
His influence has had a worrying spread amongst young men and boys, with one UK MP saying he is “brainwashing” children.
Tate initially gained fame after a short-lived appearance on Big Brother.
He was dumped from the reality show after alleged footage of him beating a woman emerged online.
Since then he has sparked revulsion and outrage with a wave of warped content online.