Big Brother 2016: Andrew Tate claims "conspiracy" over removal

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Andrew Tate has claimed his exit from Big Brother 2016 is a "conspiracy".

Andrew was ejected from the house on Monday night after 'shocking footage' was released by a newspaper showing him hitting a girl with a belt.

Andrew has denied that the clip was anything more than a kinky sex game and that he shouldn't have been removed because of it.

Taking to Twitter after his exit was broadcast on last night's show, Andrew wrote: “It's a conspiracy! Everyone can see it was us having a laugh! What's the real story here???”

He added: "My unmatched perspicacity coupled with my sheer indefatigability makes me a feared opponent in any realm of human endeavour."

Andrew continued: “I’m watching bit on the side let’s see if they admit it’s bulls**t or hide the conspiracy! I was too smart for the game.

“Completely pretending I never existed. Proof something is going on."

Meanhwile in a video uploaded, Andrew revealed he planned to make his OWN version of Big Brother if show bosses "don't put me back"

"I've got £100k in cash, I'll get my own mansion, my own contestants, and I'll make the show good," he said.

Andrew explained his ambitious plan: "I'm going to rent a mansion for a month, put a webcam in every room and stream it online 24 hours a day."

"Everyone who gets in gets paid £1,500 instantly to cover costs. Any money raised from adverts broadcast will go into the prize pot for whoever wins.


We'd watch, tbh.

For now, BBUK continues tonight at 10PM minus Andrew...

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