Andrew Tate is a well-known British-American influencer known for his lavish lifestyle and controversial comments. The 36-year-old social media star has gained more eyeballs than ever, massively due to a recent investigation. Romanian authorities arrested ‘Top G‘ along with his brother Tristan on charges of human trafficking, and more in December of last year.
After fighting through several rejected release appeals, the court eventually put the brothers under house arrest in March end. Even during his time in prison, Andrew has been very vocal about his innocence in the ongoing case. From time to time, the allegedly misogynistic influencer updates his fans on Twitter about subjects ranging from house arrest extension to boxing sessions.
Recently, a Twitter user named Wifi Money Plant seemed to speak about Tate’s business origins. The post continued to accuse the former 4-time kickboxing champion to lie about his net worth. “You don’t live that life without have at least $100M, and anyone worth that much liquid cash runs a well known company,” they said.
AT LEAST 100M. Far more, Infact.
Very disappointed you massively underestimated my net worth.
Please do more research and hate responsibly. https://t.co/DVDSmdlVWo
— Andrew Tate (@Cobratate) May 10, 2023
Andrew being Andrew, seemingly took great offense to the tweet and retorted with a fierce response. The 36-year-old emphasized the “$100M” part before expressing disappointment over them underestimating his wealth. Andrew said, “You’re right. AT LEAST 100M. Far more, Infact. Very disappointed you massively underestimated my net worth. Please do more research and hate responsibly.”
It is worth mentioning that this isn’t the first time Andrew has rubbished people’s claims before declaring how much higher it allegedly is. ‘Top G’ has gone on numerous podcasts before his December arrest where he hinted toward his earnings at the time. One such revelation he made was during his conversation with Barstool Sports founder, Dave Portnoy.
How much is Andrew Tate worth in 2023?
Since his infamous arrest, Romanian officials have seized several of Tate’s assets including his luxury cars, credit cards, bank accounts, and so forth. This has made people presume that Andrew’s businesses have suffered a lot in recent times. However, before his arrest, Andrew Tate has gone on record saying his net worth is close to $335 million, with many claiming it is higher than the said number.
Andrew Tate made his first million during his kickboxing days. But he didn’t earn those figures as a fighter, rather he started an online webcam business to bag that amount. In a conversation with Anthony Pompliano, Tate said that he initially approached his “girlfriends” to work for a webcam business that he’d set up. Soon it would flourish into what he refers to as “a webcam empire” with 4 locations and 75 girls.
Andrew garnered more notoriety through his ‘Hustler’s University,’ where he teaches the youth how to get rich. According to ‘Top G,’ the platform had over 100,000 active subscribers at one point. Reports claim Tate was making around $5 million per month from the platform alone.
Andrew is also the brains behind War Room – a community with a $5,000 entry fee for men over 18. This particular project has gained a lot of traction with around 1,800 members joining since early 2021. Through his multiple revenues of income streams, most of which aren’t known to many, Andrew has earned quite a luxurious lifestyle for himself.
Aside from owning high-end mansions spanning Romania, Andrew’s love for supercars is also common knowledge. However, officials recently seized his collection as part of the investigation. Outside his online investments, Tate also owns 15 casinos in Romania along with his brother Tristan. He is said to have partnered with a mafia family before setting on this venture.