Self-made millionaire claims all men in their twenties should be able to own a Lamborghini

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Self-made millionaire claims all men in their twenties should be able to own a Lamborghini

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A man who claims to be a self-made millionaire is being called out to the fullest extent after claiming that every man in their twenties should own a Lamborghini.

Sebastian Ghioghiu, 24, says he has a net worth of $8 million - despite coming from a 'very low income' family - by using methods like drop-shipping, flipping cars and houses, and running online courses.

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The self-proclaimed millionaire, who uses his YouTube channel to teach subscribers how they can earn money like him, has now suggested that if you can't afford a Lambo in your 20s, something has gone terribly wrong.

Apparently $200,000 - the average price of a Lamborghini - is 'chump change', you see.

"If you're a guy in your twenties and you don't have a Lamborghini, you should actually sit down and have like a serious discussion with yourself as to why you don't have a Lambo," he said in a recent podcast appearance, rather matter-of-factly.

"Because I realise now that it is so incredibly easy and there's so much money out there.

Sebastian claims to have a net worth of $8 million. Credit: Sebastian Ghiorgiu/YouTube
Sebastian claims to have a net worth of $8 million. Credit: Sebastian Ghiorgiu/YouTube

"$200,000, relative to what is out there in circulation and what you can grab, especially now with AI tools that you can leverage like never before, $200,000 is chump change."

Feel motivated yet? Me neither. Just feeling genuinely concerned about the future? Me too.

It wasn't long before Sebastian's absolutely insane claim went viral online, with thousands of people calling out the content creator.

"I think we need to halt podcasts until we figure out what is going on," tweeted one horrified viewer.

"Time to ban TikTok. Can’t take the Gen Z gurus anymore lmao," joked a second, while a third teased: "I think men who have podcasts need to be scientifically studied in a laboratory."

Despite the YouTuber's completely deranged comments, he does have quite an impressive following online, with 825,000 subscribers and 11,000 Instagram followers.

I suppose since Andrew Tate got arrested, there has been a significant gap in the market for content creators who manipulate young male audiences.

Since the clip went viral, Sebastian has hit back at the backlash, insisting that he knows exactly what he's talking about.

He tweeted: "This 18 year old kid I know starting drop shipping a couple months ago.

"Did 12K by noon today with 30% margins and had to shut off ads because he needs a credit card and [you're] still winging because I said you should be able to afford a Lambo in your 20's. Grow up already."

The young 'millionaire' hit out at the criticism. Credit: @cbassg16/Twitter
The young 'millionaire' hit out at the criticism. Credit: @cbassg16/Twitter

He later added: "Back then people had to physically work to earn money nowadays you can push buttons in bed and make 10x more, maybe even 100x if you are smart about it."

Ok, mate.

Topics: Community, Money, Viral

Ali Condon
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