Whether you're a Kylie Jenner fan or not, you can't deny that her recent Forbes cover as a self-made billionaire is a pretty damn good accomplishment. She is ready to break the records previously held by the CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg, who became a billionaire at the age of 23.
Discussion around whether Jenner, whose upbringing in ritzy Calabasas was documented on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians", is truly "self-made" quickly exploded.
Jenner (20) featured on the list at number 27 and is the youngest woman on the list. And, Dictionary.com made a decision to drop the definition of "self-made" at an expertly shady moment. Kylie alone owns all these dollars.
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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.
According to Forbes, the businesswoman has in less than three years amassed a fortune of 900 million U.S. dollars (£680 million). "Self-made means having succeeded in life unaided", its post stated yesterday, July 11.
Thanks to her makeup line, Kylie Cosmetics, Kylie Jenner is on track to be the youngest self-made billionaire by the time she turns 21 in August.
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After all, she grew up in one of America's richest and most-followed celebrity families. Kylie is one of half a dozen women on the list because of make-up.
The online dictionary's Twitter account even went as far as to give the link for the online definition of the word "self-made".
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