Kylie Jenner in row with Forbes
Forbes has challenged Kylie Jenner’s billionaire status in a story that also raises questions about the magazine’s ability to accurately assess celebrity finances.
Forbes, known for his billionaire rankings, said he was no longer considered the youngest member of the Kardashian Jenner billionaire family, a situation he first awarded in March 2019.
On Friday, the magazine published the results of a survey Kylie Jenner ‘s money, claiming that she and her family had provided misleading information about her wealth. His net worth is now estimated to be just under $ 900 million.
In its investigation on Friday, Forbes said that Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner s spent years fighting for higher places in their annual income and celebrity listings.
An argument has broken out between one of the world’s largest trade magazines and the youngest member of the most well-known family in fact over the value of his cosmetic business.
Forbes has accused Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian West’s younger sister, of launching “a network of lies” to increase her business volume and success. He claimed that her family made extraordinary efforts to present their youngest adult family as richer than they were.
Kylie Jenner, 22, was removed from the magazine’s desired billionaire billionaire after becoming its youngest “self-taught” member in March 2019. She angrily responded to social media and said the allegations were questioned by Forbes reputation.
Kylie Jenner ‘s son-in-law and rapper Kanye West were added to Forbes’ list in April.
USA USA today contacted Jenner representatives to comment on the report. Kylie Jenner went on Twitter, tweeting on Friday that Forbes’ article contained “a number of inaccuracies and unproven assumptions” and that she “never asked for a title or tried to find it. Point.”
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Last November, Kylie Jenner sold $ 600 million in her cosmetic company Kylie Cosmetics to Coty Inc, a beauty company that owns CoverGirl and Tiffany & Co. And Balenciaga, among other notable brands of fashion and beauty. A press release at the time said that Koti will own 51% of Kylie Jenner.