8 Things To Know About Mark Zuckerberg’s Lifestyle

Mark Zuckerberg was born on May 14, 1984 to Edward Zuckerberg, a dentist, and
Karen, a psychiatrist. Although, he was born into a Jewish family, Zuckerberg describes himself as an atheist. As a junior student, he was busy creating games while his contemporaries were playing them. After creating Synapse which was a music player that could decipher one’s music preferences so as to create a playlist, he was contacted by Microsoft and AOL who wanted to buy it and employ him, he turned down their offers and decided to enroll in Harvard in 2002. Along with his roommates, Dutsin Moskovitz, Chris Hughes, Eduardo Saverin (who provided finance), he launched Facebook on February 4, 2004. It became an instant, and propelled Zuckerberg to becoming one of the world’s youngest Billionaires. Currently, he has a net worth of $56 billion dollars, and was ranked no 4 richest man in the world in 2016. We know you may know a lot about him, buy there are certain facts about his lifestyle you have never heard about. This article will list 8 things about his lifestyle you probably did not know.

8 Things To Know About Mark Zuckerberg’s Lifestyle


1. He is a Vegetarian

 Zuckerberg decided in 2011, that he won’t eat meat of animals he did not kill himself-officially becoming a vegetarian. This is despite the fact that one of the “like” on his Facebook page is McDonald’s and In-N-Out Burger. On May 4 2011, Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook post on his page raised some dust when he wrote: “I just killed a pig and a goat.” According to Jesse Cool, he killed the goat by cutting its throat, which he says was a kind way to kill it. His first slay was reportedly a lobster which he asserts was an “emotional” kill.

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