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Social media queen, Kylie Jenner is ranked as world’s youngest billionaire

Image source: People.com

Sara Al Jandal

Digest Editor

The Pawprint

At 21-years-old, Kylie Jenner he has earned the status for being the world’s youngest billionaire, leaving social media in awe. Amidst her involvement with the pop-culture dynasty, the Kardashian family, Jenner demonstrates her hard work ethic with her famous cosmetic brand worth $360 million USD last year, a clothing brand with her supermodel sister, Kendall, and her association with the popular reality television hit Keeping up with the Kardashians.  

Jenner has the title of being a self-made billionaire, which brought large amounts of criticism, as the majority of the public only know Kylie from her participation in reality TV. Kim Kardashian, Jenner’s step-sister, brought the family into the spotlight after her sex-tape with rap star Ray J went viral. The family used the resulting fame to grow their name into something bigger by producing the first debut of their reality TV show in 2007.

Kylie’s mother, Kris Jenner, manages all of the Kardashian and Jenner sisters, and she is known for creating a social media empire for the rest of the world to follow. The public was angered over the addition of  “self-made” to the title. It is argued that the social media mogul had assistance from her famous family and having a public influence for most of her life. Notably, Kylie Jenner became an entrepreneur at a young age by creating her own brand and making her social media page prominent.

Previously, before the iconic most liked egg Instagram photo, Kylie Jenner had the record for the most liked Instagram photo with her daughter, Stormi Webster. The picture has 18 million likes today, and, on average, Jenner receives $1 million per sponsored picture that she promotes on her Instagram.

Today, Kylie Jenner is the youngest self-made billionaire at the age of 21. She has the motive of continuing to be in the social media spotlight, highlighting her family of Kar-Jenners and Webster successes.

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