Another strong independent women that don't need no man.
I'd smash regardless of her bank balance
@InsaneAnimeCleavage, so you're into women that look like the joker?
@ThePandaPool , I like women who can make me laugh.
@InsaneAnimeCleavage, you can watch the world burn together.
@InsaneAnimeCleavage, just make sure not to wear a condom!
@InsaneAnimeCleavage, her face looks like when there’s a character creator and you adjust the mouth too high
@ThePandaPool , I’m just happy he’s into an actual woman and not a Japanese cartoon of a young boy with breasts wearing a maid outfit. (Like 90% of the other people on this app lately)
The gum to teeth ratio is making me uncomfortable
@Coach Jones, what about the gum/teeth to bank account ratio?
@Coach Jones, it’s the yellow teeth that get me. They sell tooth whitening kits on Amazon
Considering she was one of the founders, responsible for most of the early stage freight contract negotiations, and is an author, one could argue that 25% of profit and 4% stock is the minimum she earned.
@gdubsg, she was a millionaire in her own right b4 the divorce
@gdubsg, yea I heard she was with him b4 he was rich and helped him get to where he is so there’s nothing wrong with that she should get that money but I hate those women that marry a billionaire knowing how much he has they do absolutely nothing to make him more money then get divorced and act like they deserve more of his money then he does
“Aaaaaaand it’s gone.”
In all seriousness, when people get divorced, why can't the man keep his money? I mean if the woman had more money, does the man get it too?
@hasher2288, they were married before Amazon. Since they didn’t have a prenup to anticipate founding one of the biggest retail companies in human existence, the conventional wisdom is that she is entitled to half of the marital assets upon the ending of the marriage. Aside from that, she was a significant part of the early building of Amazon, so she is entitled to a significant portion of the company in her own right.
@JDPhi, thanks. But what if he or she was rich before? Let's say I met someone and I had 10 billion in my account, we get married and we live off the 10 billion. She wants a divorce, so she gets half?
@hasher2288, by default, marital assets are 50/50. If a partner enters the marriage with any significant asset (money, real estate, a business, whatever) then they should protect themselves with a prenuptial agreement. Without the prenup, then any assets become communal, and therefore 50/50 upon divorce. That’s the default.
It’s not greedy to want the prenup, it’s greedy to be offended by a prenup.
@JDPhi, I 110% agree with u “it’s not greedy to want a prenup it’s greedy to be offended by one”
Kdogzzs- net worth: 20B, source: banged miss amazon
Student quote: “hit it then quit it”
I thought Jeff bezos was worth $160 billion and I assumed she’d get half but still 1/4 of that fortune is still more money then entire countries have
Didn't she donate a good portion of that money too, I seem to recall hearing that somewhere but I could be wrong
$35 Billion and third riches but ok.