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post #61 of 205
Rich Asian cat with a job and rich parents! we at a Bon fire and he starts counting money, then he throws 2 $10's in the fire talmbout I don't like $10's
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saw some asian college dude driving a maserati...

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How about Chelsea Clinton Manhattan apt taking up a whole block? She didn't eem do nuffin for it lol
post #63 of 205
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Rich Asian cat with a job and rich parents! we at a Bon fire and he starts counting money, then he throws 2 $10's in the fire talmbout I don't like $10's

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post #64 of 205
A family friend of my gf, his backyard kitchen is $400K. His pool house is 2K sq/ft.
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post #65 of 205
One of my best childhood freinds is from one of the nost wealthy families in Pennsylvania

We have taken private jets on day trips

The most grandiose thing ive seen tho is his uncles crib

5k square ft wine cellar. Helipad with retractable roof.... helicopter. Etc etc
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5k square ft wine cellar. Helipad with retractable roof.... helicopter. Etc etc

sick.gif and I thought pool house I mentioned was obnoxious.
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post #67 of 205
I'm in the pool business so o see a ton of crazy dope houses. One day in Beverly Hills I was going to a house and this dude had a helicopter pad and the choppa just parked there. Honestly had me like eek.gifeek.gif
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post #68 of 205
Motivational thread in disguise.
post #69 of 205
The CEO of Legendary Entertainment (300, The Hangover, The Dark Knight trilogy, etc...) went to my high school. He's worth billions.

Dude just built a new baseball field with lights and put lights on the football stadium of my old high school.

My hometown just won the Little League World Series. Same guy paid for hotels, gas, food, etc... any and all expenses the kids families on that team incurred during the tournament. Even paid the parents salaries if they had to miss work and weren't offered paid leave sick.gif He took the whole team and coaches in his private jet to go to Yankees and Mets games. Got Obama on the phone in the lockerroom before the final game. Held a parade and banquet for the team/town once they came back with the title. Paid for all of this.

My dad works with a guy who's son was on that team who sat next to the CEO during the games. Guess he leaned over and whispered not to worry about anything but he had 4 plain clothed body guards with him at all times.
Edited by Hennessy - 10/11/16 at 9:51am
post #70 of 205

Must be nice to have a lot of wealth. 

post #71 of 205

Cashed out big when Legendary was bought by Dalian Wanda for $3.5 billion. 

 

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The CEO of Legendary Entertainment (300, The Hangover, The Dark Knight trilogy, etc...) went to my high school. He's worth billions.

Dude just built a new baseball field with lights and put lights on the football stadium of my old high school.

My hometown just won the Little League World Series. Same guy paid for hotels, gas, food, etc... any and all expenses the kids families on that team incurred during the tournament. He took the whole team and coaches in his private jet to go to Yankees and Mets games. Got Obama on the phone in the lockerroom before the final game. Held a parade and banquet for the team/town once they came back with the title. Paid for all of this.

My dad works with a guy who's son was on that team who sat next to the CEO during the games. Guess he leaned over and whispered not to worry about anything but he had 4 plain clothed body guards with him at all times.
post #72 of 205
...My aunt. My mother's older sister. I love her to death, she had a huge hand in raising me. She's practically my mother as well.

Her second husband died and left her EVERYTHING. She was a nurse for over 25 years Making pretty good money and he was an accountant for the city for over 30 years and built up a huge 401k. He was super cheap as well but very wealthy. The family doesn't like to talk about it too much because there's a lot of jealousy amongst my aunts and uncles with that but my mom and my aunt have always been the closest out of the siblings so she tells her everything. All my mom has told me is that she's getting 10 grand a month for the rest her life off of his retirement alone. That's not even including life insurance and his multiple accounts.

This is where it gets crazy. My aunt is the most humble, nicest lady you'll ever meet. She's never tried to show off the money or make people feel inadequate so if she isn't at her home (the same 4 bedroom home she's been living in for 15 years, driving the same '04 Infiniti G series) she goes to Ghana (where our family is from) to give back. Build schools, take care of people. For my African foreigners, you know when it's time to go back home, that's where you stunt. Her and my mother were going last year and my Aunt went bonkers.

...She took my moms to the Benz dealership and bought a G wagon CASH. AND THEN shipped it to Ghana the next day sick.gif then bought my mom and herself matching Birkin's for the trip sick.gifsick.gifsick.gif

I haven't looked at her the same since
post #73 of 205
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The CEO of Legendary Entertainment (300, The Hangover, The Dark Knight trilogy, etc...) went to my high school. He's worth billions.

Dude just built a new baseball field with lights and put lights on the football stadium of my old high school.

My hometown just won the Little League World Series. Same guy paid for hotels, gas, food, etc... any and all expenses the kids families on that team incurred during the tournament. Even paid the parents salaries if they had to miss work and weren't offered paid leave sick.gif He took the whole team and coaches in his private jet to go to Yankees and Mets games. Got Obama on the phone in the lockerroom before the final game. Held a parade and banquet for the team/town once they came back with the title. Paid for all of this.

My dad works with a guy who's son was on that team who sat next to the CEO during the games. Guess he leaned over and whispered not to worry about anything but he had 4 plain clothed body guards with him at all times.

Most impressive story thus far. Never met Tom Tull before, but have always heard nice things about the guy. You don't see too many guys like him anymore, especially in Hollywood.

I've been around some extremely wealthy people. Unfortunately, their acts of personal wealth emanation isn't nearly as altruistic as @Hennessy story.

It's mostly rich hedge fund/PE guys buying massive real estate out on Long Island and CT.
post #74 of 205
^It's nice. I just wonder if he still would have been as generous had our football team not went on a 62 game winning streak winning the state title four years in a row and now the local little league team winning the world series. He obviously enjoys sports and it's nice he gave back to youth sports in his hometown. He was behind the production of the ESPN 30 for 30 film "62" about my highschool football team and I've heard he plans on producing a movie about this little league team as well.
post #75 of 205

The holy trinity of NT display of wealth

 

Ninjahood's 400+ sneakers worth the value of a porsche and his 100 authentic jerseys

 

HBW in the S500 benz throwing people some bape hoodies for free

 

Goldenarmz having both the benz and the bmw in the driveway when his poker game at the house was held up by 4 ski masked men armed with an AK, an Uzi, a revolver and semi

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i have a few friends that are in their 20s that can afford to live on their own, and two even own their own homes...i know that most of the majority of millennials can't do that because of the loan debt...

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post #77 of 205
My first job, I worked for Wayne Huisenga's daughter (Use to own the dolphins, founded Blockbuster and Some garbage company) and she lives on a HUGE mansion on the Fort Lauderdale intercostal. Las Olas area.

Went to her house to get furniture one day, mind was blown. She was one of the sweetest women I've ever met.
post #78 of 205
When I was young I spent Half my childhood living in DR...in my same block lived an associate of Quirino ...one of the top Narcos of DR.
She owned a house that was built on top of 3 houses that she bought just for the space..she would renovate the place EVERY year bangin pool...basketball court...had all her fam from her old neighborhood come live with her all paid for(about 25-30 people) she built like a small villa for all of them within the house. Brand new Cars for all her nephews cuz she had no kids...house furniture was all versace...it was one of those examples of having so much money that you dont know what to do with it. She's on the run now for the past 5-8 years btw.
post #79 of 205
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^It's nice. I just wonder if he still would have been as generous had our football team not went on a 62 game winning streak winning the state title four years in a row and now the local little league team winning the world series. He obviously enjoys sports and it's nice he gave back to youth sports in his hometown. He was behind the production of the ESPN 30 for 30 film "62" about my highschool football team and I've heard he plans on producing a movie about this little league team as well.
Dude is a one man Booster club. Seems genuine enough. Just hope he doesn't turn heel one day and ask the team to tank or something if they still want funding.
post #80 of 205
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^It's nice. I just wonder if he still would have been as generous had our football team not went on a 62 game winning streak winning the state title four years in a row and now the local little league team winning the world series. He obviously enjoys sports and it's nice he gave back to youth sports in his hometown. He was behind the production of the ESPN 30 for 30 film "62" about my highschool football team and I've heard he plans on producing a movie about this little league team as well.

From what I've heard around the Street--he's very involved in sports. He played Baseball and Football in HS I believe.

Don't quote me on this, but someone I had dinner with at a charity ball in NYC is an owner of two professional sports teams and he mentioned Tommy Tull looking to purchase a sports franchise. Preferably baseball.
post #81 of 205
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When I was young I spent Half my childhood living in DR...in my same block lived an associate of Quirino ...one of the top Narcos of DR.
She owned a house that was built on top of 3 houses that she bought just for the space..she would renovate the place EVERY year bangin pool...basketball court...had all her fam from her old neighborhood come live with her all paid for(about 25-30 people) she built like a small villa for all of them within the house. Brand new Cars for all her nephews cuz she had no kids...house furniture was all versace...it was one of those examples of having so much money that you dont know what to do with it. She's on the run now for the past 5-8 years btw.



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post #82 of 205
low key want to return to school and find me a little chinese student with deep pockets laugh.gif
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low key want to return to school and find me a little chinese student with deep pockets laugh.gif

Had one when I was broke she paid all of my expenses for 3 months. Her mom used to take us out clubbing and pay for VIP and bottle service too laugh.gif
post #84 of 205

Chico's dog house :lol


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low key want to return to school and find me a little chinese student with deep pockets laugh.gif

Had one when I was broke she paid all of my expenses for 3 months. Her mom used to take us out clubbing and pay for VIP and bottle service too laugh.gif

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Growing up my parents used to take my sister and I to open houses to show us what life could be like if you worked hard. Those homes were all beautiful and to know that people could afford them was always pretty awesome to me. One of the houses had an elevator and it blew my mind.

Same here... one of my main goals in life is buying land and building houses for my families so we can be in the same community.
post #87 of 205
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Originally Posted by NazDrowie View Post

i have a few friends that are in their 20s that can afford to live on their own, and two even own their own homes...i know that most of the majority of millennials can't do that because of the loan debt...

I bought my first house at 22 years old just to say I did and to impress friends & family...

Brand new 2650 sqft. for $271k.... worse investment ever! laugh.gif Glad I sold that ****!
post #88 of 205
Thread got me furious
post #89 of 205
I got to ball out in the club with UAE royalty in Europe once. laugh.gif

It was two young dudes in their 20's who were part of the counties many extended royal families. One of them had actually went to Boston College and maybe even boarding school in the U.S.

It wasn't even nothing crazy except for their personal assistant. I'd never seen that male servant type of domestic service before.

Dude handled all the cc bills, had club staff completely rearrange our section of the club to his employers liking, but the funniest thing to me was this guy kept working and had a job to do while we ****** around.

Primary function of his job was to repeatedly perform recon on the dance floor and bring back young girls to our VIP section that he though were suitable. laugh.gif

Bruh actually got scolded because he brought a girl back that one of the two dudes didn't approve of.

Funniest part - all that service and wingman support and these two royal family members still weren't really able to get things poppin with ANY of the girls dude brought back. roll.gif
post #90 of 205
^^^thats a damn shame
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