Usain Bolt is a legend both in the race track and not-surprisingly in bed and partying too.
The cheetah-human has been turning up almost every night since the end of the Olympics and it doesn’t look like he intends to stop anytime soon.
Guess that’s what you do when you’re worth as much as he is.
According to unilad.co.uk, Usain Bolt’s most lucrative sponsorship deal with Puma is worth $10 million (£7.6 million or N3,155,000,000) each year until 2025.
Quoting Business Insider as a source, Ben Hayward for unilad.co.uk, said that in 2015, prior to the 2016 Olympics, the nine-time Olympic champion earned a whopping $32.5 million (£25 million or N10,253,750,000).
Bolt popped into London on Monday, August 22 where he chose to stay at the Cirque Le Soir for a £500-a-night room and has been partying back to back.
Regarding the numerous women he has been reportedly spending the night with, The Sun UK confirmed that on Monday night, the world fastest man gave out medals to several women who had followed him to his hotel room after telling them to show him their boobs.
Emma Brankin from the Sun said, “Bolt made them stand as if on a podium, took his 100m, 200m and relay golds from a bag and laid them on a table. Finally, he “awarded” each of them a medal. When one girl asked who had come first, he joked: “It’s all gold. There are no losers.”
Bolt is worth a lot which means the £9,000 or N3,719,887 he spent on alcohol at Libertine in London on Wednesday, August 24, was just a penny compared to his massive fortune.
On Sunday, August 28, Bolt told The Sun UK, “I am here to sleep in the day, party in the night. London is the best city for me right now.”
Despite being a very loud party popper, Bolt is adored in his hometown of Jamaica as he gives out to charity a lot.
Ben Hayward for unilad.co.uk reported that, “he regularly donates sports equipment to his old high school in Jamaica and last year gave them a cheeky bonus of $1.3 million (£1 million) as a gift. The star also gives to other community projects. In 2013 he gave $4 million (£3 million) to renovate a health centre in Jamaica.”
No wonder tales of his philandering doesn’t stain his reputation one bit, seeing as he gives back more than he parties.
Hopefully, he’ll keep himself safe from STD’s.