Andrew Tate claims to be world's first ever trillionaire 2 weeks ago

Andrew Tate claims to be world's first ever trillionaire

He's talking again...

Self-proclaimed Alpha dog Andrew Tate has claimed that he is the world's first trillionaire, telling a woman that she'll "never have to work again."

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If you're not familiar with Andrew Tate, then first off, lucky you. The former Big Brother contestant has made a name for himself through his inflammatory misogynistic content that tends to attract like-minded men who also want to be Alphas. Funnily enough, the man who derived the term to describe wolf packs has since said it's rubbish.

In a recent live stream with YouTuber Adin Ross, the 35-year-old Hustlers University creator said: "In general, on average, females are not as good at driving as men."

Tate then brings a woman named Kazumi onto the stream for a virtual "date" that has since been ripped to shreds on TikTok.

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He said: "I'll look after you baby, you'll never have to work again. I don't know if you knew this, I don't want to brag but I'm going to tell you something – I'm a trillionaire… the world's first."

Kazumi then questions whether that's "more than Adin Ross? That's like big boy bucks."

"F**k him, f**k Elon, all them big… pennies, brokies," Tate replied.

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While he allegedly became a trillionaire "quite recently", Tate told Ross that he made his first million at 27 and his first $100 million by the time he was 31.

While there's no way of confirming his exact net worth, The Sun reports the figure to be much lower at just £16.2million.

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Reacting to the statement, one Twitter user wrote: "His little teenage fan boys believe anything."

"I'm the worlds first human velociraptor but dont hear me bragging about it," another said.

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