Kylie Jenner's Forbes Cover Calling Her A 'Self-Made' Billionaire Receives Backlash

Kylie Jenner Debuts Stormi's Pierced Ears During Sweet Mother Daughter Moment

Kylie Jenner Debuts Stormi's Pierced Ears During Sweet Mother Daughter Moment

Forbes predicts that Jenner, who turns 21 on August 10, will be the "youngest self-made billionaire ever, male or female" thanks to the success of her $900 million makeup empire, Kylie Cosmetics.

Instagram star The Fat Jewish posted the photo, adding that he is so upset that we live in a world where Kylie is not YET a billionaire, so he started an ironic Go Fund Me page to raise the extra $100 Million.

According to Forbes one more year and she will be the youngest billionaire in the history.

At the time of publication, the fundraiser had a single donation of $5.

Toke Makinwa is out with a new episode of her "Toke Moments" vlog and in this episode, she's talking about the Kylie Jenner Forbes magazine cover that was released this week.

Her wealth is largely derived from the performance of her make-up company Kylie Cosmetics, which has now sold more than 630 million dollars (£475 million) worth of products.

But that's not even all of her earnings. "Social media is an awesome platform", she says in the Forbes cover story. Whatever Jenner's worth may be, many on social media took exception to her being called "self-made" since she is a member of the wealthy and famous Kardashian/Jenner clan. In a cover story about the 20-year-old multi-millionaire, Forbes conservatively values the company at $800 million, with an estimated $330 million in sales last year. "I have such easy access to my fans and my customers.It's really my only passion".

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