Former Professional boxer and social media influencer Andrew Tate has broken his silence on speculation of suffering from lung cancer. Earlier, reports started doing the round s about him dealing with lung cancer after reports of his CT scan were widely circulated on the internet.
Taking to Twitter, Tate on Sunday afternoon confirmed that he is not suffering from lung cancer, instead 'it's just a scar from old battle.’ “I do not have cancer. My lungs contain precisely 0 smoking damage. In fact, I have an 8L lung capacity and the vital signs of an Olympic athlete. There is nothing but a scar on my lung from an old battle. True warriors are scarred both inside and out,” Tate tweeted with a picture of his chiseled body.
Explaining his own importance for humankind, Tate also claimed that ‘it is important for the good of humanity that he lives as long as possible.’ “At my current strength levels, I estimate to survive for at least 5000 more years. With this in mind I take my medical care extremely seriously,” he added. Notably, Andrew Tate is currently in prison along with his brother allegedly for ‘forming an organised criminal group involve in human trafficking and rape.’ According to reports, the group allegedly compelled women into ‘forced labour’
In another tweet, Andrew Tate revealed that he had a regular checkup organised in Dubai pre-detention.’ “The doctors were extremely interested in the scar on my lung. They do not understand how I survive without treatment. They do not know the secrets of Wudan,” Tate concluded.
Meanwhile, Andrew Tate’s lawyer Tina Glandian has provided an important update regarding his arrest in Romania.
“They arrested them at the end of December and initially, it was a 24-hour arrest and then, the prosecution made an application for a 30-day extension which was granted. And last month, they sought a further 30-day extension that was granted and most recently, that was extended again until the end of March. And they have up to 180 days in which they could extend this detention without formally charging them with any crimes. So, it's an ongoing criminal investigation but they are detained,” the lawyer said in an interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox News.