Kylie Jenner Makes It To Forbes' List Of Richest 'Self-Made' Women. Twitter Has A Meltdown

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Kylie Jenner, the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner Klan, is all set to become the youngest self-made billionaire ever. A label that is making quite a few choke on their venti mocha frappuccinos. Kylie, who runs her own makeup company by the name of Kylie Cosmetics, is currently worth nearly $800 million. Adding to the earnings from her makeup line is the remuneration for her endorsement deals, taking her to a whooping $900 million. That isn’t the problem that’s bugging the Internet however. It’s the fact that Forbes has listed her as the youngest self-made billionaire.

As per Forbes, the 20-year-old makeup mogul will probably surpass $1 billion by the time she’s 21. Which is a milestone that even Mark Zuckerberg — who became a billionaire by 23 — cannot boast of.

The list is topped by Oprah Winfrey, followed by Kylie, Beyonce and Kim Kardashian West, once the most successful of the sisters.

Twitter however isn’t buying Forbes’ self-made epithet for Kylie, who was just 10 when the world’s most successful reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians starting airing. By the time time the youngest Jenners had grown up, not only were they rich, their names were big enough to be leveraged. With a start like that, one might argue that Kylie’s rise to global domination in the makeup world (or anything else) is hardly surprising. And Twitter, of course, is doing just that: