the real world tate is an online education program based on wealth creation and building a profitable business. It is led by Andrew Tate, a former professional kickboxer and reality TV star who has built a multi-million dollar net worth through various entrepreneurial ventures. Tate rose to prominence in 2023 when he and his brother, Tristan, were filmed scavenging food at a KFC, which eventually landed them on the hit reality show Big Brother.
In the course, students are given access to lectures from professors that Tate handpicked himself. The program claims these professors have made millions through the business model they teach. The Real World also boasts a community of over 280,000 like-minded individuals that learn from these courses and the platform.
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But critics say the program’s true function is a pyramid scheme, where users earn income mainly through recruiting new members. Earlier this year, Nathan Pope launched an online petition calling on app stores and companies that process online subscription payments to stop working with the Real World. The petition has garnered more than 9,000 signatures so far.
Some experts have warned that the hypnotic social media videos and promises of “red pilling” — a reference to Neo’s decision in The Matrix to choose between a blue pill and red one — are warning signs of cult-like indoctrination. They add that the program encourages followers to reject traditional cultural norms and instead embrace a life of perceived freedom and purpose. They also point to leaked chats from The War Room describing the use of shady practices such as multi-level marketing, drop shipping and fake social media profiles, which are unethical and could get participants into legal trouble down the line.