How Billionaires ACTUALLY Spend Their Money
Video Channel: Pablito's Way
How do Billionaires ACTUALLY live? Is it more than just flying around in private jets and living in huge homes? From Richard Branson to Larry Ellison, find out how these Billionaires like to throw their money around in this video!
Subscribe to Pablito’s Way!
New videos Monday through Friday!
New to Pablito's Way? Start here!
Watch some of my favorite vids below…..
Most Insane Mayweather Moments!
WEIRDEST Things Ever Found in Animals!
9 of the WORST diseases EVER!
The Hottest Female Athletes!
11 Most Ridiculous Purchases by Floyd "Money" Mayweather!
Here are Billionaires with the most RIDICULOUS lifestyles!!
9 - Larry Ellison
As the co-founder of Oracle Corporation, Larry Ellison is worth an astounding $56.2 billion. With that kind of money he can afford things such as military jets, yachts and a collection of homes worth close to a half billion dollars. He’s definitely no stranger to the real estate market — he’s been called “the nation’s most avid trophy-home buyer”. He spent $1 million for a sound system in one of his houses, complete with a concert grade projection screen. He also owns a historic garden villa in Kyoto, Japan, which was reportedly listed for $86 million, although the price he paid is unknown. Oh yeah, I almost forgot, Ellison also purchased 98 percent the Hawaiian Island, Lanai for reportedly $500 million. Still not impressed? Check this out, his Yacht, the Rising Sun, is the eighth biggest yacht in the world. He also owns several beach side properties, including a mansion once owned by the Astor family. Looking to get in on some the action? One of his Malibu homes, a 2,800-square-foot oceanfront cottage, is available to rent for $65,000 a month. Just round up a few friends and split that AirBNB! So I’m guessing you’re gonna assume he flies on a PJ all the time right? Nope! This man has a pilot’s license, and he prefers to do the flying himself in his military grade jets. Perhaps not coincidentally, Ellison made a cameo in Iron Man 2, because with his jets, cars, and a touch of arrogance, he isn’t all that different from Tony Stark.
8 - Jeff Greene
This isn’t Larry David’s sidekick, but rather a billionaire real estate mogul who once got involved with politics. This has become pretty normal here in America, and a dude named Jeff Greene has been a part of that trend. He began saving money while in business school to invest in real estate. Obviously he was pretty good at it as he’s amassed a huge fortune over the years, ultimately landing him on the Forbes 400 list. Aside from his unsuccessful senate bid in 2010, Greene has been known for his lavish lifestyle and affinity for boxing. In 2005, his luxury yacht allegedly caused some damage to the Belize Coral Reef. Though he wasn’t even on the ship at the time, he still faced a fine of over $1 million. That’s pretty much pocket change for a dude worth around $3 billion. Apparently, his aforementioned love of boxing sparked a friendship with Mike Tyson. Tyson was the best man of Greene’s wedding in 2007, and would later tell stories of an epic adventure aboard Greene’s yacht. Whether or not the story is true...who knows? But this IS Mike Tyson we’re talking about here, and he doesn’t seem like the type to lie, so it’s not beyond the realm of possibility.
7 - Bidzina Ivanishvili
People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw rocks. You’ve probably heard that your whole life and maybe thought to yourself...who the beep would live in a glass house? Well, meet Bidzina Ivanishvili. The Georgian Billionaire made his fortune in Russia from buying companies in the metals and banking industry in the 90’s. He would then sell off the companies and reinvest them in gold and American equities. He eventually moved back to his home country of Georgia, where he became Prime Minister in 2012. But we don’t care about his politics….check out this glass house we were just talking about. It’s a 108,000 square foot glass mansion with an amazing view. For a hefty sum of $50 million, Ivanishvili had this thing built, complete with a petting zoo and art collection featuring the works of Picasso, and obviously much more art worth how much you ask………just oh, around $1 billion. I guess his most prized piece is Picasso's 'Dora Maar With Cat' painting, which he paid $95.2million for at Sotheby’s in 2006. Don’t worry. He can afford it.