Kylie Jenner Is Officially the Youngest Self-Made Billionaire Ever

Kylie Jenner Is Officially the Youngest Self-Made Billionaire Ever

At 21, she is both the youngest self-made billionaire and the youngest billionaire on Forbes" "young billionaires' list.

Her success can mainly be credited to her sensational make-up line Kylie cosmetics which has enjoyed unbelievable success.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg reached the billionaire spot at 23 years old, according to BBC News.

Microsoft Corp co-founder Bill Gates remained in the No. 2 position with an estimated fortune of $96.5 billion, up from $90 billion previous year.

A source tells ET that, following Thompson's cheating scandal with Kylie Jenner's best friend, Jordyn Woods, Kardashian is focused exclusively on co-parenting with the National Basketball Association player, and not a romantic relationship. Jenner, who has a one year-old daughter, owns 100 percent of the company.

'That's a nice pat on the back, ' Jenner told Forbes.

Bloomberg on Tuesday also named Jenner the world's youngest self-made billionaire. "I did not foresee the future", Jenner told the magazine.

Social media users seemed split on the meaning behind Astroworld rapper's tweet.

"It's the power of social media", she added. The money she's made from the business has helped push her into billionaire status.

"I had such a strong reach before I was able to start anything", Jenner said.

The two still claim to be just friends, but insiders say that Travis has been interested in Kourtney for a long time and now she is finally ready to see where things go. She mostly runs the company using her iPhone, and if you follow her on Instagram, you will notice that she regularly promote new products from the company.

Although Khloe initially said "lying" Woods was "the reason [her] family broke up", over the weekend, Kardashian reversed her position and said Tristan is "to be blamed".

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