Environmental activist Greta Thunberg and controversial social media influencer Andrew Tate traded barbs on Twitter Wednesday in an exchange that went viral.
Tate, who has gained notoriety for his frequent misogynist comments, instigated the tiff by tagging Thunberg in a tweet about his 33 cars and their pollution-causing emissions.
“Please provide your email address so I can send a complete list of my car collection and their respective enormous emissions,” he requested of the 19-year-old activist.
Thunberg shot back with a scathing diss.
“yes, please do enlighten me. email me at smalld–firstname.lastname@example.org,” she replied in a quote tweet.
“How dare you?!” was all the self-described “success coach” came back with.
Many commenters reveled in the take-down of the influencer.
“This may well be the greatest tweet of all time,” George Conway tweeted.
“You own 33 cars. Greta owns 1 Andrew Tate,” one Twitter user replied.
“If this could be twitter’s last tweet, I’d walk away with a smile,” another responded.
Tate, who is popular among some far-right followers and so-called incels, was banned from Twitter until he reappeared last month.
He has repeatedly drawn backlash for comparing women to property, demeaning the entire sex’s intelligence and claiming women should “bear responsibility” for being sexually assaulted.
He has been thrown off several social media sites including Instagram and Facebook for his hateful comments.