Targeted at young men
Andrew Tate created the app after shutting down his controversial Hustler’s University, an online academy aimed at teaching men how to “make money.”
The academy had already raised eyebrows for its misogynistic undertones. According to the law firm McCue Jury & Partners, which represents British women allegedly exploited by Andrew and Tristan Tate, Real World Portal is no different.
The app is targeted at young men and shares techniques on how to control and exploit women. Membership costs around 350 Danish kroner per month.
Apple’s decision to remove the app follows a similar move by Google Play last week.
A spokesperson for Andrew Tate told The Guardian that they “deny any allegations that the app functions as a pyramid scheme or that it promotes techniques harmful to women.” The spokesperson also emphasized that the app’s more than 200,000 users, a significant portion of whom are women, can attest to its positive impact and educational value.
“Any allegations suggesting otherwise are unfounded and part of a targeted campaign against Andrew Tate,” said the spokesperson.