Mom the Backbone of Youngest Self-Billionaire in USA
What if we talked about the youngest self-billionaire in world history? Would the achievement of someone else motivate our actions to become more creative and productive? Working hard or working smart is the key to get into the world of the wealthy people?
However, she did it, but not all by herself, her mother's help was the backbone of earnings growth for the Reality TV star Kylie Jenner. In less than three years Kylie became a millionaire and now she's moving to become the first youngest self-made billionaire beating the Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg who crossed the threshold at the age of 23.
Forbes magazine reported on Wednesday that the 20-years-old Jenner, Kardashian’s half-sister, “conservatively” worth $900 million. Another year of growth would make her the youngest-self-made billionaire ever, male or female.
All started two years ago with $29 lip kits containing matching lipstick and lip liner, that boosted Kylie's worth up to more than $630 million.
Forbes valued Kylie Jenner cosmetics company at nearly $800 million and that she owns 100 percent of it.
The reality TV show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” was Jenner’s first spotlight along with her mother and siblings. Forbes estimated that Kylie’s half-sister Kim Kardashian, thanks to her own cosmetics, clothing and mobile games lines, is worth $350 million.
“Social media is an amazing platform,” Jenner said in an interview with Forbes. “I have such easy access to my fans and my customers.” She added crediting her success to the social media.
Kardashians family with their mom’s help, a brilliant manager, is the living proofs that United We Can Make It.
By the way, if you want to help the 20-years-old Kylie crossing the threshold into the billionaires club visit the Twitter page GoFundMe to raise the $100 million she needs.