Andrew Tate Starts GSA Club From Romanian Prison

Mia Roldan

Lifestyle and fitness influencer Andrew Tate has started a GSA club from inside a Romanian correctional facility. 

GSA stands for “Gay-Straight Alliance.” The club was founded by Andrew Tate, who also serves as President. His brother, Tristan Tate, serves as the club’s Vice President. Together, the brothers encourage other inmates to express themselves and be proud of who they are.

When we asked why he chose to start this club, he said “Stick to your word even if there is zero foreseeable benefit for doing so. It’s always worth it, in the end.” Tate has always encouraged his audience to believe in themselves, and now he’s bringing this philosophy to discouraged inmates. 

So far, the club has received mainly positive feedback from within the prison community. A few have criticism against the club, but Tate encourages them to live a less hateful lifestyle, “You are exactly where you deserve to be. Change who you are and you will change how you live.”

The club meets every Thursday before weight training in the facilities gym. Light drinks and snacks are provided.