Andrew Tate escapes prison to pursue dance career

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Andrew Tate, a British-American social media personality, businessman, and former professional kickboxer, recently escaped from prison March 17, 2023 and moved to the United Kingdom to pursue his life-long dream of being a professional dancer. His time in the United Kingdom has been spent buying cigars, staying undercover and showing off his Bugatti. He has visited the royal family to enjoy tea time with them, but more importantly, to show King Charles his favorite dance, right outside of Big Ben. It has also been reported that he has been seen “not being able to stop” dancing and constantly gets in the way of ordinary citizens. He has been said to have been caught dancing in corners, in crowds and the club. 

While in prison, Tate learned of his real passion for dance and could no longer bear being in a prison cell where he is deprived of space to dance and freely express himself. During lunch breaks, he would often be found dancing around the cafeteria and even doing the tango with other prisoners. The night he escaped he managed to get out of his cell by wiggling the bars until they were loose, where after he pushed his way out and made a run for it and even punched angry guards who were not able to stop him. 

Andrew Tate has spoken with Abby Lee Miller, who is the dance director and founder of the Abby Lee Dance Company, in an interview about how to perfect his dance moves and get more insight into how to become one of the best dancers in the world. Miller responded by saying, “Dancers are always striving for perfection. A great dancer never achieves it: you always want to do another turn, a higher jump, a more difficult acrobatic jump.”