A SELF-CLAIMED millionaire was criticized for saying all men should have enough money to buy a luxury car.
Sebastian Ghiorghiu, 24, from Michigan, says he made $8 million in just six years by starting a Google ad agency and YouTube.
Sebastian’s podcast caused a stir on Twitter after he insisted every young man should be able to afford a sports car.
The video went viral on Twitter with more than 7.7 million views.
Sebastian said in the video: “If you’re a guy in your 20s and you don’t have a Lamborghini, you should really sit down and have a serious discussion with yourself about why you don’t have a Lambo.
“Because now I realize it’s so incredibly easy and there’s so much money.
“$200,000 compared to what’s out there floating around and what you can grab, especially now with AI tools available to you like never before, $200,000 is pocket change.
In another tweet, he added: “Back then, people had to do manual labor to make money.
“Nowadays you can push buttons in bed and earn 10x more, maybe even 100x if you’re smart.”
Users were quick to comment.
“I love that his idea of success is simply owning a Lamborghini.
“Like that’s the baseline of success, a meaningless status symbol.
Another user said: “Buying a Lambo in my 20s would have been the worst mistake of my life.
A third joked: “If anyone agrees with them on the answers you need to DM me and send $100,000 as that’s loose change.
“Otherwise your answer is invalid.”
In response, Sebastian tweeted: “This 18 year old boy I know started dropshipping a few months ago.
“Made 12,000 at 30% margin this afternoon and had to turn ads off because he needs a credit card, and [you’re] still wings because I said you should be able to afford a Lambo in your 20s. Already growing up.”
https://www.thesun.ie/motors/10113732/im-a-millionaire-and-bought-my-first-lambo/ I’m a self-proclaimed millionaire and bought my first luxury car when I was 19 – there’s no excuse for men not to own a luxury car