Bera Ivanishvili Net Worth:- $4 Million
Bera Ivanishvili Net Worth:- Bera Ivanishvili was born in Paris, France on December 23, 1994. He is 26 years old Georgian singer, rapper, songwriter, record producer, and entrepreneur . Bera Ivanishvili’s net worth is estimated of $4 Million. He began his career in music in Georgia and the United States and is the founder of the Georgian Dream record label and a production facility.
Bera Ivanishvili was born in Paris to Bidzina Ivanishvili and Ekaterine Khvedelidze, both of Georgian descent. Following his birth, his family relocated to Tbilisi. Ivanishvili is the second of four siblings; his brothers are Uta and Tsotne, and his sister is Gvantsa. He was born with albinism, as is his brother Tsotne.
Bera Ivanishvili is the son of Ekaterine Khvedelidze and Bidzina Ivanishvili, founder of the Georgian Dream Party and former Georgian Prime Minister.
Bera Ivanishvili married Georgian model and fashion blogger Nanuka Gudavadze in November 2018 at an Orthodox service at Mtskheta’s Svetitskhoveli Cathedral, following months of dating and an engagement in September. Rather than purchasing gifts, visitors were requested to donate to local foster home groups. They revealed Gudavadze’s pregnancy with their first child in April 2019, which was later confirmed as a boy the following month. Their first child, a son, was born in November 2019.
Bera Ivanishvili was classically trained and began experimenting with music as a child. By the age of four, he was able to play the piano, drums, and violin. Ivanishvili formally launched his music career in 2010, working with producers such as Rodney Jerkins, and then released his debut single “My Favorite Things” in 2011. Ivanishvili later launched the record label and music studio Georgian Dream Studio in 2011, where he collaborated with other Georgian performers, including Nina Sublatti.
Bera Ivanishvili, the son of Georgia’s wealthiest man, was using high-level government officials to stalk and harass anybody who attacked him and his music on social media, including children, according to phone recording leaks. On the illegally recorded tapes, Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, a close confidant of Bera’s father, is heard encouraging the retributions.