Andrew and Tristan Tate Are Against GTA 6’s Violent Themes
In a recent stream, the controversial Tate brothers spoke about the reveal of Grand Theft Auto 6. It was a conversation kicked off by Andrew and led by Tristan, and throughout a 30-second window, the brothers made it known that they disapprove of GTA 6’s more violent themes, specifically those that would see young people ‘shoot police officers’.
The GTA 6 trailer dropped yesterday, and it has smashed records on YouTube, racking up almost 100 million views in a 24-hour window. It’s due to be released in 2025, but for Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan, that’s not a good thing.
“I’m Not a Fan”
In the stream that was aired on ‘Rumble’, Andrew and Tristan Tate walked through their usual roster of topics, and one of the most prominent points of discussion was the recent reveal of GTA 6. This part of the conversation was prefaced rather awkwardly by Andrew Tate, who made it quite clear that he didn’t have a clue what he was talking about:
New GTA 6 is out, have you ever played any GTAs? I’ve never played any of them.
Video games aren’t necessarily evil … I’m not a fan of anyone under the age of 18 – 21 maybe – playing video games where the goal is to shoot police officers. I just don’t think that’s good for society. With all the amazing graphics and engines and whatever people put into these video games, I feel like you could create a better objective with the game. Maybe you are the police officer, maybe you are trying to stop criminals.
He was then cut off by Andrew who started loudly coughing to interrupt his train of thought – for some reason.
It’s expected that we’ll see much more of this discourse as the release date for GTA 6 gets closer. It’s typical of the industry and it has surfaced around the release of every Grand Theft Auto game since the dawn of the franchise.