G2 Esports CEO unapologetic after backlash for partying with Andrew Tate

G2 Esports CEO Carlos “Ocelote” Santiago was unapologetic about his friendship with Andrew Tate after receiving backlash over partying with the banned celebrity on Friday.

Santiago doubled down on partying with Tate, who was cancelled from all major social media platforms, and said he doesn’t “police” his friends.

“Nobody will ever be able to police my friendships,” Santiago wrote. “I draw my line here.

I party with whoever the fuck I want.”

Tate was banned from social platforms due to his alleged misogynistic views.

Andrew Tate partying with G2 CEO

Santiago and Tate were celebrating the recent success of G2, which signed an all-female League of Legends roster earlier this month.

The celebration came after the company’s world championship tournament.

Tate was seen smoking a cigar in the clip as waiters arrived with champagne.

Even though Twitter largely disapproved of Tate’s presence, he will only keep getting more popular when people try to cancel him.