Dustin Sternmeyer’s claims of wealth have led some of his followers to wonder if the TikToker might secretly be a young billionaire. Read on to find out if the content creator is an actual billionaire.
Who is Dustin Sternmeyer?
Dustin Sternmeyer is a 26-year-old TikToker and YouTuber who claims to be a billionaire.
According to his Youtube profile, Sternmeyer is an “entrepreneur, businessman, real estate agent, author, and icon”.
In his almost daily videos, Sternmeyer flexes his rich lifestyle and wealth, always in impeccable tuxedos and suits.
According to Marifimines, Steinmeyer has spoken about going to a top-level university in America.
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Sternmeyer posted his first video on TikTok on 22 July 2020, where he spoke about being excited to be joining the video-sharing app.
In his most popular video, captioned “#duet with obrinvesting this guy is right on the money, absolute champ right here”, Steinmeyer comments on the other TikToker’s routine to become a billionaire.
Sternmeyer has garnered over 62K followers and 1M likes in his TikTok profile.
Is Dustin Sternmeyer a real billionaire?
Sternmeyer’s claims of wealth have led some of his followers to wonder if the TikToker might secretly be a young billionaire.
Although Sternmeyer’s net worth is yet to be revealed, it’s unlikely that the TikToker is an actual billionaire.
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In his videos, Sternmeyer uses hashtags such as “#comedy” and “#politicalhumor” – hence indicating that the content creator is using TikTok as a platform for his comedic skits.
And for the time being, Sternmeyer has yet to reach Forbes’ Billionaires List.
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This doesn’t necessarily mean that Sternmeyer doesn’t come from wealth – but let’s just say that it’s very improbable that he is Scrooge-McDuck rich.
What do his followers have to say?
In Sternmeyer’s latest YouTube video, titled “Visited Tony Sopranos house”, one of the comments read: “The things people do to appear wealthy is extremely sad yet hilarious.”
Whilst another comment stated: “help me learn!! I would be honoured! We can make it a YouTube EVENT!! LET’S DO THIS!!!”
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Down at his TikTok profile, comments don’t vary much, with one user writing “I want this mans life but how do I get there,” to which Sternmeyer replied, “Follow your passion boss, the world is yours to take.”
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