Started with a Toyota and moved to a $450,000 Lamborghini – 14-year-old Bitcoin millionaire flaunts his insane collection of cars, even though he’s not old enough to drive.

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The trillion-dollar crypto market has taken an unprecedented beating this year, which has only worsened this week with the collapse of FTX, one of the world’s major crypto exchanges. While most investors have been left sitting on huge losses caused by the crypto crash, a 14-year-old Bitcoin millionaire has gained a massive following on various social media platforms by flaunting his insane car collection. Haziq Nasri from Malaysia has more than 40,000 followers on TikTok where he recently posted a video showing off his collection of supercars. The teenager claims that he got started in the crypto game a few years ago and has built an entire business empire worth millions of dollars by trading in Bitcoin.

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In the video posted earlier this year, the 14-year-old can be heard saying: “Here is my full car collection as a 14-year-old Bitcoin millionaire in 2022, let’s go.” His collection includes a tiny Toyota IQ hatchback, which Nasri says is the first car he bought in 2018 at the age of 10. The most humble car in his collection apparently cost him “half a Bitcoin” four years ago. His collection also includes a Range Rover Sport Autobiography in black which he claims was purchased in 2020 when he was 12. The very same year, Nasri says he bought himself a blue Ferrari FF which hides a massive V12 engine underneath its hood.

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If that’s not impressive enough, Nasri also apparently owns a $450,000 Lamborghini Aventador. “All of these cars were bought within four years and a Camaro is going to come so stay tuned,” the crypto investor says in the video. However, not everyone is convinced and many of his followers are calling him out for selling lies. One person commented on the video: “Imagine owning so many cars but can’t drive it.” Another one wrote: “Millionaire living in terrace housing area? Interesting.” A third said: “No hate to you, but why buy such an expensive car collection if you can’t even drive legally by age?” Well, we won’t really be surprised if this turns out to be total BS as we’ve seen similar stunts being pulled by rich kids.

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