Social media platforms including

Social media platforms including and are profiting from misogynistic influencers who have garnered millions of views amidst the popularity of online personality Andrew Tate. 

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MailOnline has examined the accounts of influencers who post popular videos offering advice to men on their relationships with women. 

One, Robertas Ziogelis, 28, brands himself ‘toxic’ and talks about wanting to put his hand around women’s throats, whilst another, Connor Prankerd, 27, tells men that ‘red flags are turn-ons for women’. 

Youtuber Hamza Ahmed has 1.5million subscribers and offers an online course in ‘how to get girls without being weird and creepy’ that he charges £400 for.It promises to help men feel ‘ready to dominate’. 

The online personalities have gained followings amid the popularity of the divisive Tate,, claims that he denies.

Campaigners said that until platforms are ‘forced’ to stop promoting misogynistic content, they will carry on. 

Robertas Ziogelis (above), 28, brands himself 'toxic' and talks about wanting to put his hand around women's throats

Connor Prankerd, 27, tells men that 'red flags are turn-ons for women'

Social media platforms including Tiktok, Youtube and 강남안마방 Instagram are hosting misogynistic influencers who have garnered millions of views amidst the popularity of online personality Andrew Tate.Above: Robertas Ziogelis (left), 28, brands himself ‘toxic’ and talks about wanting to put his hand around women’s throats, whilst another, Connor Prankerd (right), 27, tells men that ‘red flags are turn-ons for women’

The online personalities have gained followings amid the popularity of the divisive Tate, who was arrested last week on charges of organised crime, human trafficking and rape

The online personalities have gained followings amid the popularity of the divisive Tate, who was arrested last week on charges of organised crime, human trafficking and rape

Ziogelis, who is from Peterborough, runs a TikTok page called ‘Fit N Toxic’, where he calls himself ‘Toxic Rob.’

The account has nearly 22,000 followers and one million likes. 

One video shows him sitting on some gym equipment as text on the screen says: ‘Let’s get one thing straight. 

‘When I say I want to cuddle, I mean I want to be inside of you and have my hand around your throat.After that I will cuddle you.’ 

Another video tells viewers: ‘So you are the guy who lets his girl have male friends? 

‘Then give me her number lil guy, I’ll be a really good friend to her, the best she ever had.’ 

A clip aimed at women says: ‘Don’t f his best mate, F the guy he hates the most or is most jealous of.’ 

Ziogelis, who is from Peterborough, runs a TikTok page called 'Fit N Toxic', where he calls himself 'Toxic Rob.' Above: One of the influencer's videos

Ziogelis, who is from Peterborough, runs a TikTok page called ‘Fit N Toxic’, where he calls himself ‘Toxic Rob.’ Above: One of the influencer’s videos

Prankerd, 27, from Caerphilly, Wales, runs a TikTok account called Masculine Empowerment. It has more than 78,000 followers and 2.6million likes

Prankerd, 27, from Caerphilly, Wales, runs a TikTok account called Masculine Empowerment.It has more than 78,000 followers and 2.6million likes

The course offered by Ahmed promises buyers that they will get benefits including ‘endless energy’, and a ‘module’ showing them how to increase their testosterone levels by 30 per cent.

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