Andrew Tate Lived This Insane Billionaire Lifestyle

Did you know that Andrew Tate is extremely rich with a net worth of around $355 million dollars and lived one of the most luxurious lives of any man on the planet?

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10 — Bucharest Mega Mansion

Located on the outskirts of Bucharest, Tate’s luxury Romanian compound is thought to have cost him around $724,000 dollars.

Filled with guns, supercars and a chess board dedicated to his father, this luxury bolt-hole was where he lived his lavish lifestyle in his concrete fortress.

The massive home features an impressive security gate that leads into an open courtyard with the inside of the home featuring glass display cases, leather armchairs and a James Bond-themed glass wardrobe.

The home features its own video chat studio, with massive 100 inch TV, surround sound system and a security room thats linked to multiple CCTV cameras.

The front door of the home is surrounded by a giant Red LED and its reported that he moved to the country to have less interference from police on his businesses.

One picture from inside the home is reported to show a gorilla made from US currency.

9 — Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport

One of only 60 Bugatti’s of this tyme made anywhere on earth, Andrew Tate owns the Pur Sport version of the car, one of the fastest and most expensive on the planet.

It costs a staggering £3.8 million dollars, will sprint from 0–62 mph in a mind-bending 2.3 seconds and can go 249 mph, but is entirely road legal.

Featuring the iconic Bugatti W16 engine, this car can achieve 0–60 in 2.3 seconds and hits the quarter mile in 9.3 seconds.

Lateral dynamics are literally tested in this car with engineers at Bugatti spending more than a year developing it.

Made of staggering technology and unparalleled performance, this is by far the greatest car in the Tate collection of 22.

8 — Ferrari 812 Superfast

While Tate is thought to own 33 different supercars, his Ferrari 812 Superfast features one of the finest engines ever produced.

The cars 6.3-litre V12 engine is pure indulgence and produces 800hp while featuring a 211 MPH top speed and a 62mph sprint time of between 2.8 and 3 seconds.

The car is thought to have cost Tate, who regularly splashes out on cars every month, around $360,000 dollars.

Described as one of the more aggressive Ferrari cars to drive, the car made its debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.

A 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox manufactured for Ferrari by Getrag is also included and features 20-inch wheels at the front and the rear.

Equipped with Electronic Power Steering, it can be ordered with specially-designed, model name-tagged, multi-piece luggage set which fit into the vehicle’s rear trunk, we think Tate probably got this!

7 — Lamborghini Huracan Spyder

When it comes to owning Lamborghini’s every supercar fan like Andrew Tate must have one being the creme de la creme of supercar dreams.

The Lamborghini Huracan’s V10 engine produces one of the most unforgettable sounds in the world and you can even enjoy this car with the roof down.

Costing Tate around £200,000 to buy the Huracan Spyder can go more than 200mph and features a 0–62mph speed of between 3.1 to 3.5 seconds.

Tate’s version of the car is currently black but was originally grey before getting it custom wrapped.

6–18K Rose Gold Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon Watch

By far the most expensive watch in the Andrew Tate watch collection, his Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon Watch retails for a crazy $380,000 dollars.

The watch has 578 parts, complements his limited-edition Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport and took Jacob & Co around 10 months to create.

With the case design inspired by the flowing movement of the Chiron, the watch features its own engine block with a massive sapphire crystal sitting on top.

The crowns for the watch are at the bottom of the case and the flying part of the tourbillon means that the regulating organ is only supported on one side.

The watch features 60 hours of power reserve and looks absolutely incredible.

5 — McLaren 720S

While this car still looks and feels like it was released just yesterday, you actually still need to cough up around £215,000 pounds to buy one.

Powered by a twin-turbo V8 that produces 710hp and allows a 211 mph top speed and can go from 0–60 in just 2.9 seconds.

Marketed as a stronger, lighter and faster in every way, the 720S features apex predator responses and can cover a quarter of a mile in 10.4 seconds.

With a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, carbon-fiber body, vertically oriented 7.0-inch touchscreen, bluetooth, four-speaker audio system, and two USB ports, Tate is cruising in 720 degrees of luxury.

4 — Iced-Out” Hublot Classic Fusion Chronograph

When it comes to Hublot watches, they say when you have bought one you have made it, and Andrew Tate’s iced out version of the watch defiantly screams I have made it.

Powered by a Hublot Caliber HUB1143, this watch features a rubber strap, titanium case and bezel.

Tate had a jeweler engrave many diamonds into the watch using the iced out method.

Hublot’s “Art of Fusion” philosophy is perfectly embodied by the Classic Fusion Chronograph and is thought to have cost Tate somewhere in the region of $15,000 dollars.

3 — Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

Featuring a 715bhp V12 5.2 litre twin-turbo engine, the £250,000 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera is both stylish and sounds incredible.

With its top speed of 211mph and 0–62 mph speed of 3.4 seconds, the DBS Superleggera combines cutting edge aerodynamics with a muscular performance that even Tate can be proud of.

Stronger, broader and more muscular than other cars produced before it, Tates Superleggera features a leather upholstered interior and diamond-turned 21-inch wheels.

Released to celebrate 50 years of the James Bond film On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, the 007 version of this car is limited to only 25 units.

2 — Webcam & Casino Business

While working for the Romanian UFC organization, Tate learned about the massive casino business that was running in Romania.

Like any good businessman, Tate explored further and once he understood the profitability side of the business, he had to get right in on the action.

One of his most profitable companies, his casino empire rakes in more than $1 million dollars per month in profit!

Many of the casino’s were shut down between 2020 and 2022 due to restrictions on movement and gathering in Romania but today you will find them back up and running.

Owning over 15 casino’s in the country, Tate opened his first casino in his early 30’s and the business makes up a decent chunk of his yearly net worth.

He also owns a webcam business that operates mainly through Only-fans with over 70 models initially working for him.

The webcam business later moved into OnlyFans full time due to management issues and currently generates more than $200,000 per month

1 — “Iced-Out” Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore

One of the most expensive watches in the ” Audemars range, the Andrew Tate Royal Oak Offshore is considered to be the creme de la creme of Offshores.

One of many offshore watches in his collection, this beauty is valued at almost $100,000 and sits on a factory rose gold bracelet.

Having the watch iced out meant adding baguette diamonds around the face and in the strap and made the watch worth even more money.

Weighing a cool 334 grams, this watch is nicknamed “The Brick” due to the sheer amount of 18K rose gold used by Audemars in its construction.

Before we go, its interesting to note that Tate also owns a Patek Phillipe Nautilus, with Turquoise diamonds but there is currently no price, have a guess in the comments section if you know how much this watch is worth.

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