Self-proclaimed millionaire says every man should own a Lamborghini before his twenties

He goes from bragging to wealth.

A 24-year-old – or at least self-proclaimed – millionaire is slammed for saying every man should own a luxury sports car by his twenties because $200,000 is ‘bargaining currency’ , unless you are a lazy loser. .

“If you’re a guy in your twenties and you don’t have a Lamborghini, you should actually sit down and have a serious discussion with yourself about why you don’t have a Lambo,” mocked Sebastian Ghiorghiu. in the clip. . The controversial influencer dropped the bombshell in podcast footage, which was recently reposted to Twitter, where it amassed 2 million views and countless raised eyebrows.

The Detroit native claims to have earned $8 million in just six years from various venturesranging from the creation of a Google advertising agency to YouTube and “dropshipping” — the e-commerce practice of accepting customer orders without holding actual inventory.

“I realize now that it’s incredibly easy and there’s so much money out there,” Ghiorghiu said while describing how allegedly easy it is to earn enough for a Lamborghini. “People will say I’m out of touch, and they can suck it.”

And the young baller – who would have had nine cars at 19 – thinks anyone can follow suit.

“I realize now that it’s incredibly easy and there’s so much money out there,” insisted Ghiorghiu, who has more than 825,000 YouTube subscribers. “[The dollar amount] $200,000, compared to what’s in circulation and what you can grab, especially now with AI tools that you can mine like never before, $200,000 is change.

He added“And people will say I’m out of touch with reality, and they can suck it.”

Ghiorghiu shows off one of his luxury whips.
Ghiorghiu shows off one of his luxury whips.
Instagram/Sebastian Ghiorghiu

The big-wallet braggart was then set on fire for his boastful statement on Twitter with the re-post original video writing, “I think we need to stop podcasting until we figure out what’s going on.”

“If you’re 25 and you don’t have at least 47 Lamborghinis in your Lamborghini account, you seriously need to stop and think.” growled another.

Meanwhile, “What are you even doing with a lambo? Like, that’s not a very practical car,” a realist intervened.

A Twitter reviewer said: “Take advantage of the AI! Sure! Why didn’t I think of that. Everything seems so simple now.

An opponent accused accused Ghiorghiu of never having worked “a single day in his life”.

The TikTok Investor Account, which curates financial content online, wrote: “Time to ban tiktok can’t stand Gen Z gurus lmao anymore.”

The displayer has since fired back at enemies on Twitter, claiming: “This 18-year-old kid I know started dropshipping a few months ago.”

“Made 12K at noon today with 30% margins and had to close the ads because he needs a credit card and you still have wings I said you should be able to allow a lambo in their twenties,” he added. “Grow up already.”

Ghioghiu in the days of Taco Bell.
Ghiorghiu in the days of Taco Bell.
Instagram/Sebastian Ghiorghiu

According to the aforementioned YouTube clip, Ghiorghiu’s parents moved to the United States from Romania in the 1980s. He worked various jobs in high school, including working at a Taco Bell and a car wash. It was during this last job that the influencer bought an Infiniti G35, which inspired the young man to start flipping cars.

He originally aspired to be a neurosurgeon, but left college to sell real estate after meeting fellow financial influencer Graham Stephan, who earns “passive income” selling houses and renting out property.

“I was like, ‘Yo, I want to do this! I actually don’t want to work,'” the aspiring businessman recalled his inspiration. “I want to have the freedom to do what I want and be rich.”

Ghiorghiu would have been a millionaire at 22.
Ghiorghiu would have been a millionaire at 22.
Instagram/Sebastian Ghiorghiu

At 19, Ghiorghiu reportedly had a net worth of $70,000 to $80,000 due to his work in real estate, his YouTube channel, and dropshipping.

Now a multi-millionaire, the Romanian-American is said to have made between $25,000 and $100,000 in one day, and between $300,000 and $400,000 in profit in one month, per another YouTube clip.

Ghiorghiu told critics they could
Ghiorghiu told critics they could “suck it”.
Instagram/Sebastian Ghiorghiu

However, he aspires to go even further.

“A million a month would definitely be a record for me,” Ghiorghiu said.

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