Austin, TX -Famous social media influencer and former kickboxing champion Andrew Tate was recently arrested after an online spat with climate change activist Greta Thunberg. Sources say Tate had outstanding warrants and that a pizza box in a video he posted led authorities to him. Tesla and Twitter owner Elon Musk commented on Twitter in a tweet that supports Tate's plans to own a pizza parlor based out of his kitchen.
Naturally, Musk and Thunberg agree that the climate change is important to them, while Tate does not seem to care about the earth’s temperature. But Musk and Tate can find common ground when it comes to homemade pizza pies.
Recently, Musk posted a tweeting going hard at Tate trolling him and saying, “Sometimes it’s just better to make pizza at home.”
We reached out to Musk and asked him about the tweet.
“What are you talking about," he slyly said. "I simply meant that pizza is better when made at home. You can control the amount of cheese, sauce and toppings. You know sometimes I get too much sauce and the acidity of it causes a lot of heartburn. Very annoying. You really think I would come at Tate sideways? Have you seen his roundhouse kick? I saw that article you wrote about him destroying pizza boxes innocent delivery boys were taking to customers.”
Tate, out on bond, was willing to give us some insight to his new future endeavor.
“I just think I make a better pizza at home. This has nothing to do with those pizza boxes that led to me getting arrested. Whoever thinks that is a conspiracy theorist. I was getting sick of too much of one ingredient over another. It’s been years since I got a consistent ratio of sauce, cheese and toppings on a pizza. Thats very important to me.”
Tate told us that he plans to be the only customer, but he will create an LLC to make everything legit so when he buys his own pizza there are no questions to be asked.
He plans on naming the homebased restaurant “The Roundhouse ‘Roni.”
‘Roni being short for pepperoni.