The Real World AI by Andrew Tate Has Been Removed From Apple’s App Store
The Real World AI was created by controversial millionaire Andrew Tate, and offers a community of like-minded individuals who want to break free from their 9-5 work and strive for wealth creation. It has been the subject of several controversies surrounding its creator, including claims that it encourages misogyny and could be an illegal pyramid scheme.Find out:therlworld.com
Apple announced on Friday that it had withdrawn the app from its App Store, citing concerns that it might violate its privacy policies and expose it to lawsuits. The platform was previously known as Hustler’s University, and had reportedly been used to channel users – primarily teenage boys – towards misogynistic ideologies.
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A spokesperson for the program denied the allegations that it operated as a pyramid scheme or encouraged harmful techniques designed to exploit any individual, particularly women. The spokesperson also said that the app – which was free to download – included “a large number of women” amongst its user base and emphasized that it is not a scam, but instead, an educational program aimed at providing beginners with a comprehensive introduction to online money-making methods.
Students who subscribed to the app have access to a variety of resources, complete lesson plans, and daily video sessions with the ‘professors’. These professors are supposedly successful entrepreneurs in their respective fields with claimed net worths of millions and are expected to guide students through the process of setting up their own businesses. However, it is important to note that the success of these business models can vary widely between different people.