Kylie Jenner, who became the youngest billionaire, achieved success in a short time.



Kylie Jenner has become the youngest billionaire in the world on her own. Information about this is given in the list of Forbes Magazine. It has been mentioned that 21-year-old Kylie is the owner of the cosmetic company. Kylie Jenner is the Saudi sister of reality TV star Kim, Cole and Courtney Kardashian.



He started the company named 'Chilicomics' almost three years ago and the company has managed to sell $ 36 million. Kylie started her company in 2015. Then his company started the cosmetics business by making lipsticks and lip liner matching kits for $ 29.



At present, the company's value is estimated to be $ 90 million. This increase in their net worth has also resulted from TV stunts and endorsements. Kylie has a 100 percent stake in the company. Before them, these titles were with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who became the youngest billionaire at the age of 23.



Kylie Company's products are very much like a billionaire and Hollywood stars. Kylie has 1163 stores in the US Some time ago Kylie was included in the list of the world's youngest rich women. Then Kylie found the place on the cover page of Forbes Magazine. Kylie married Travis Scott in 2017. These two have a daughter of a year.


Forbes said that with Kylie being the youngest billionaire woman, she is also a billionaire woman on her own. The list of billionaires has been prepared by Forbes in two parts, in which people who have been billionaires on their own have been given a different place and those who have received ancestral property have found a separate place. If Kaly is ranked in combination with both the lists, then she will be at 2057.



According to Forbes, still, the richest person in this list, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos remains the same. His total assets are $ 131 billion, while his property was $ 112 in 2018. Microsoft Corp co-founder Bill Gates is second in the list. Their property is $ 96.5 billion.

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg are at the eighth position in the list with a loss of $ 8.7 billion and $ 62.3 billion. At the same time, Mukesh Ambani topped the list with a jump of 13 places to 13th position.

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