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‘There’s nothing left to buy’: $355M Rich Andrew Tate Claimed Life’s Been Pretty Much The Same After He Earned His First $20M But His Goal is To Make $999M Dollars

Internet sensation Andrew Tate explained that his life has remained the same ever since he hit a net worth of $20 million. The former professional kickboxer received overnight fame for his highly controversial opinions about women. The social media personality gives tips on how young men should invest their money and what mentality they should follow in order to become successful in life. He was banned from Twitter in 2017 but after Elon Musk acquired the social media platform for a whopping $44 billion recently, his account went live again. He was banned from multiple social media apps, most notably Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook.

Andrew Tate once said his life hasn’t changed since he hit a $20 million net worth

Andrew Tate
Andrew Tate

In a viral video, Andrew Tate once explained “how much money is enough money.” In the video the explained that he wishes to hit a net worth of $999 million. His current net worth is roughly $360 million but he explained that his life has remained the same since he hit a $20 million net worth. He said,

“Truthfully, after $20 million, life is basically the same. If you don’t want to buy a jet and you don’t want to buy a yacht, you will never need more than $20 million.”

His misogynistic comments have led to people canceling him on social media.

Also read: “She is beautiful, she’s my niece”- Andrew Tate Reveals His Noble Intentions After Getting Banned, Vows to Fight Against Mental Health and Violence With His Tate Foundation

Top G explained he has nothing to buy

Andrew Tate
Andrew Tate

In the same video, he explained that he longer knows what he wants to buy as he has everything. He said,

“What’s actually kind of amazing to me is, when I was poor I thought if I got rich I’d buy all this stuff, and now I’m rich and I can buy anything I want and there’s nothing to buy. There’s nothing to buy. Clothes, I already have too many. My wardrobe’s completely full, head to toe, don’t wear most. Diamond watches, you get 10. How many do you really need? Cars I have 28, I drive like 4 of them. Like, what’s there to buy?”

His Twitter account, CobraTate, was banned from the platform in 2017 because of his highly controversial opinions regarding the #MeToo movement. However, Elon Musk recently acquired Twitter for $44 billion and thanks to his new “free speech” guidelines, Tate got his Twitter account back.

Also read: ‘He’s still on Grindr though’: Andrew Tate Trolled Once Again For Being Banned From Kim Kardashian App, Latest Ban Following Instagram, Facebook, TikTok Banning Him As Well

Andrew Tate got canceled

Andrew Tate
Andrew Tate

Tate has been canceled in the past for his demeaning statements about women. All his videos allegedly aim at promoting sexism, misogyny, and homophobia and brainwashing the minds of millions of people that are watching his videos. He once talked about Kylie Jenner which eventually led to his ban,

“If she’s my chick, then you know, she’s mine. So her things are now mine, my jet, my house. This is my jet young lady, sit down. Be quiet, it’s gonna be fine, don’t worry about it.”

He has also commented on Jada Smith, Robin Williams, Kylie Jenner, Demi Lovato, and many other celebrities in the past.

Related: Enough Talk! Andrew Tate Might Leave His $350 Million Net Worth Behind To Bring Violence Into Boxing Ring, Says He Will Smoke KSI In A Fight

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Farhan Asif
Farhan Asif

Farhan Asif is a content writer at AnimatedTimes. Having published over 300 articles, Farhan is currently pursuing Computer Science. In the past, he has worked with FandomWire, writing nearly 100 articles for the network. He likes to go on donation drives for his local NGO on weekends. He also has a close understanding of motorcycles as he previously had his own customization auto shop. Apart from that, you will always find him playing video games during his free time.

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