Andrew Tate public video threat to beat ‘pu***’, ‘midget’ Lewis Hamilton resurfaces following arrest in human trafficking case

Boxing star Andrew Tate and his brother Tristan claimed to be ready to beat Mercedes star Lewis Hamilton in a video that has resurfaced.

The siblings are no strangers to controversy and spoke about the seven-time world champion on camera while attending a Grand Prix.

Andrew claimed that Hamilton’s achievements in F1 were not special and he could do just as well if he was put behind the wheels.

“It’s not impressive, I can do that,” he said.

“Get in a car, start, go, left, right. F**k it, I’ll go right now.

“Can’t beat me at this s**t, give me it, give me the car.

“They won’t give me the car because they know I’ll win.

“That’s why they won’t give me the car.”

His brother Tristan was just behind him at the time, but the moment Andrew’s rant ended, he took centre stage.

“But, if Lewis Hamilton got out of his car and I had to fight him for his car… f***ing, he’s like this tall.”

Following this, Andrew began to demonstrate just how he would hand out the thrashing to Hamilton and acted like he was smashing someone’s face over and over again.

He proceeded to call Hamilton a “p**sy”, which seemed to be the cue for Tristan to argue that he would “break his spine” and “crumble him into a ball”.

They went on to discuss Hamilton’s past relationship with singer┬áNicole Scherzinger.

Tristan made a highly controversial comment on the duo’s sex life which cannot be reproduced here. He then called Hamilton “a midget”, while Andrew crudely mimicked a sexual act.

While these events took place earlier in the year, the footage has perhaps come to light once again after both brothers were arrested by police in Romania for their connection in human trafficking, rape and forming an organised crime group.

Andrew was quick to post on social media following his arrest.

“The Matrix sent their agents,” he said.

Andrew has often referred to the media and politicians as ‘The Matrix’ owing to the movie from the 90s that goes by that name.

A spokesperson for Tate then set out a press release.

“We cannot provide any details at the moment regarding alleged reports that they have been detained,” it read.

“However, Andrew and Tristan Tate have the utmost respect for the Romanian authorities and will always assist and help in any way they can.”

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