Review on how Saudi’s Prince Salman spent his $2 trillion fortune (Video)


Review on how Saudi’s Prince Salman spent his $2 trillion fortune (Video)



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Mohammed Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud sits at the top of ARAMCO, the biggest oil and gas company ever. It’s the third most valuable company behind only Apple and Microsoft and ahead of Alpabet, Meta, Berkshire Hathaway, Amazon, and Tesla.


Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS) has control over what he can spend millions on from his own wealth and that of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. On top of ARAMCO, MBS also controls the South and West funds of Saudi Arabia called the Private Investment Fund and with assets of $500 billion dollars.


You begin to wonder what sort of gift you would buy for someone who is obviously filthy rich, but some of these items on this list will leave you amazed:


The painting called Salvator Mundi.


This is the most expensive painting in our history. The magnificent piece was done in the 15th to 16th century by artist leonardo da vinci, who, just like MBS, didn’t know where to draw the line with the gifts he was born with.


The Salvator Mundi did a tour in 2017 where it was displayed in exhibitions in Hong-Kong, San Francisco and New York. During its exhibitions in New York by the Action House called Christie’s, it was purchased by Saudi Arabian minister of Culture Prince Badr bin Farhan Al-Saud for $450,300,000 about half a billion the claim is it was for display in Louvre Abu Dhabi. But reports have it that Prince Badr bin was actually standing in for MBS who’s in possession of the masterpiece.


Salvator Mundi, meaning the saviour of the world, is a beautiful painting by Da vinci. The features are portrait of Jesus Christ holding a crystal globe on his left hand. This painting of Jesus Christ is on Prince Mohammed Bin Salman’s mega yatch where it’s hanging on the wall.


You can see that MBS likes putting extra layer of things on all his possessions. It may be a half billion dollar paintings of one of the history’s influential people on his wall or just extra gold coating on already expensive fleet of cars. Like his gold blended Bugatti Veyron Grandsport.


The car cost a whopping sum of $12.5 million, and it has been recognised as one of the fastest street legal vehicles in the world with the speed of 431 kilometres per hour and 0 to 100 kilometres per hour acceleration in 2.5 seconds. That acceleration, just like the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ which goes from 0 to 100 kilometres per hour in 2.8 seconds and spending on luxury vehicles goes to 0 to 100 in a blink of an eye because he splashed almost $8 million to buy this Lamborghini and of course, covered it in gold.


In fact, he owns a Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe, a Bentley Continental Flying Spur, a Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe, a Range Rover and Mercedes 6×6 Truck for grand total of $36 million and of course, he covered them all in gold. He ornamented the chairs with gold like embroidery.


At this point, maybe his cars run on gold instead of gas, and if that doesn’t fill your desire to get rich, maybe his magnificent french Chateau called the Chateau Louis XIV. Back in 2015, when Prince Salman purchased this mansion for $300 million, it became the world record purchase for a residential property, but MBS didn’t stop there. No, instead, he got to work and employed Saudi born French developer to rebuild and redesign the mansion.


The developer made high tech installations and and controls with 17th century craft traditions and employed them in the rebuilding of the 57 other buildings.


Watch the video below to learn more about Prince Salman’s wealthy possessions:

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