Kylie Jenner displaces Mark Zuckerberg from billionaire list

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Reality TV star, Kylie Jenner has displaced Mark Zuckerberg off the position of youngest billionaire ever.

Forbes made this known as they released the annual list on Tuesday, March 5, 2019. At 21, she is both the youngest self-made billionaire and the youngest billionaire on Forbes’ ‘young billionaires’ list.

Kylie Jenner is not only the youngest billionaire but also the youngest self-made billionaire. This is all thanks to her make-up line, Kylie Cosmetics; her reality TV checks, endorsement deals, and clothing lines.

Jenner has amassed a personal net worth of $1billion through her wildly successful range of make-up, Kylie Cosmetics. She has now overtaken Facebook’s founder, Mark Zuckerberg who became a billionaire at 23.


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Reacting to the news, she wrote:

“I didn’t expect anything. I did not foresee the future. But [the recognition] feels really good. That’s a nice pat on the back.”

“It’s the power of social media. I had such a strong reach before I was able to start anything…I see [Kylie Cosmetics] going very far. I work really hard.”

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Kylie Jenner displaces Mark Zuckerberg from billionaire list Kylie Jenner displaces Mark Zuckerberg from billionaire listKylie Jenner displaces Mark Zuckerberg from billionaire list

In another news, kylie’s baby daddy, travis scott, deactivated his instagram account amidst cheating allegations from his babymama.

He however has continued to maintain that he never cheated on the “now billionaire”.

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