South Park roasts Andrew Tate in their latest episode after announcing that he will stay in a Romanian prison.
Earlier this week, a Romanian court denied Tate’s bail after his detention was extended for the fourth time since his arrest on December 29, last year.
Andrew Tate and his sibling Tristan are scheduled to spend another 30 days in jail until the end of April.
The pair was arrested on allegations of human trafficking, rape, and organizing a criminal organization.
And to make things worse, South Park is now making fun of him.
In the most recent installment of South Park on HBO Max, Trey Parker, and Matt Stone’s animated comedy series roasted the ‘toxic masculinity coach’ Andrew Tate, who is now known as Alonzo Fineski.
In the video, Alonzo is seen drawing a pistol on Randy Marsh, who then tells the Tate figure that he’s trying to demonstrate to his kids what a real party is.
“Look, I’m just trying to combat the messages that the liberal left is sending to young men about their male instincts being toxic,” Randy continues.
“I’m showing my son and his nerdy little friend what a real party is because society wants them to be ashamed of their masculine natures.”
“I’ll call some friends,” Alonzo says, clutching a gun and a cigar.
South Park roasts Andrew Tate
In a later scene, however, police officers storm the party and order Alonzo to freeze, calling out, “That’s Alonzo Fineski, the Romanian sex trafficker.”
In response, Alonzo curses and shoots at the cops. They get into a gunfight, and Alonzo escapes.
This isn’t the first time South Park has mocked public personalities.
Another episode, dubbed ‘Worldwide Privacy Tour,’ focused on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s desire to be left alone by the media while attracting as much attention as possible.
The description states, “the prince of Canada and his wife seek privacy and seclusion in a small mountain town.”
Another leaked video shows the prince and princess settling for a candid interview about their lives and the prince’s new book, Waaagh.
You won’t be shocked to learn that the episode’s teaser was well-received by South Park fans.