People with money don't just take their birthdays for granted but take it very seriously and treat themselves to the best gifts money can buy.
World superstar Cristiano Ronaldo treated himself with a very expensive car for his 36th Birthday this month. For his birthday he got himself a rare Bugatti make which set him back R140 Million.
The Juventus forward shared the purchase of the car with his followers on Instagram where he is the most followed person in the world on the account. It is no longer surprising to see Cr7 buy such expensive gifts.
He makes $105 million per year which is approximately R15 Billion in South Africa. So you can imagine what you could buy with that kind of money.
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