Forbes gets roasted for naming Kylie Jenner its youngest 'self-made billionaire'

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was knocked to eighth place on Forbes' 33rd annual 2019 list of billionaires following a year of scandals over United Kingdom political consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica, which revealed that over 87m Facebook users had their data compromised by the shadowy organisation.

Kylie achieved the feat on Tuesday, March 5 after being handed the title by Forbes after the richlist magazine unveiled its annual billionaires list. thereby surpassing Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. But (the recognition) feels really good. Khloe's strong, but she is really leaning on her family and friends during this time.

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Its success is also down to a new deal with American beauty chain Ulta, which sells Jenner's products throughout its 1,163 stores.

She has attributed her rise up the rich list to her vast and dedicated following, telling Forbes: "It's the power of social media". Kylie is now a mere 21 and is already a self-made billionaire.

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It's also estimated her business racked in about US$360m in sales just previous year.

She has since reversed course, however, and now says that the reason her family is no longer together is because of Thompson.

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"My parents told me I needed to make my own money, it's time to learn how to save and spend your own money, stuff like that", she said. Packaging and manufacturing is outsourced, sales are handled by Shopify, her momager handles finance and PR for a 10% fee, and marketing is mostly done through social media where the Jenner sister has more than 175 million followers across Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. She started her business with Kylie Cosmetics in the year 2015 and still happens to be the soul owner of the cosmetics range. "But we can show them better than we could ever tell them I love you".

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