Kylie Jenner Fires Back After 'Forbes' Claims She Lied About Being A Billionaire

Obviously, when your family has a reality show made about them, you can expect a lot of drama. Nobody wants to watch a show about an average family doing mundane things, after all. Keeping Up With The Kardashians, however, only scratches the surface of all the drama with the Kardashian-Jenner family, which Kylie Jenner has just learned in the backlash of an exposé written by Forbes magazine.

In 2018, Kylie appeared on the cover of Forbes magazine for an issue surrounding "America's Women Billionaires."

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At the time, the magazine projected that Kylie was worth $900 million, and would soon become the world's youngest billionaire.

However, a new article by Forbes calls that amount into question, claiming that Kylie and her family lied about her worth in order to secure the title.

Forbes alleges that the family either forged a tax return for Kylie's business, Kylie Cosmetics, or that the business had lost more than half it's revenue in a single year.

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"There’s virtually no way the numbers the Jenners were peddling in earlier years could be true either. If Kylie Cosmetics did $125 million in sales in 2018, how could it have done $307 million in 2016 (as the company’s supposed tax returns state) or $330 million in 2017?" The article asks.

The article summarizes: "Taking all this new information into account and factoring in the pandemic, Forbes has recalculated Kylie’s net worth and concluded that she is not a billionaire."

Kylie immediately fired back on Twitter.

Asking "What am I even waking up to?" Kylie claims that the statements are inaccurate and that her family nor herself ever asked for the youngest billionaire title or lied in order to achieve it. She wasn't done there.

Kylie brought up the instance of what Forbes alleges might be forged tax returns.

After pointing out that they have no proof that the documents were forged, Kylie asked, "What am I even reading?" and then added, "this is literally the LAST thing i’m worried about right now."

She did not come to play!

Kylie also insisted the whole thing wasn't important anyway.

"I can name a list of 100 things more important right now than fixating on how much money I have," Kylie tweeted.

That much is definitely true!

What do you think about Kylie's worth? Do you think she lied, or do you think Forbes is speculating too much? Let us know in the comments!