The Kardashian-Jenner-West family can't afford to give lip to one of its youngest members.
Kylie Jenner has become the youngest person on Forbes' annual list of America's richest self-made women, which was released Wednesday. The 20-year-old's net worth of roughly $900 million puts her in the No. 27 spot overall — and on track to become the youngest self-made billionaire ever.
Forbes values Kylie Cosmetics, Jenner's makeup company, at nearly $800 million, and Jenner owns it all. That fortune, along with her clothing line, TV show income, and endorsements, puts her 27 spots above older half-sister Kim Kardashian West.
And Jenner beats out more than just Kardashian West's $350 million net worth. She's richer than Beyonce and Jay-Z, and richer than every other Kardashian, Jenner, and West combined — yes, including Kanye. Haters may say Jenner's famous family means she wasn't "self-made," but the Kardashian name didn't launch everyone else into similar megawealth. Their combined net worths of around $758 million still can't touch Jenner's fortune.
Jenner has another three years to beat out Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to become the youngest person to earn $1 billion, per Forbes. With $330 million in cosmetics sales last year, there's a high chance Jenner will crack a billion this year — even if she herself has opted for newly natural lips.