The Forbes article said she was poised to be the youngest ever self-made billionaire.
Self-made starting with silver spoons lying all around her — all she needed to do was pick one of them up and start scooping from the family soup. She was a baby Kardashian or a Jenner — one and the same. Forbes didn’t mention that.
Funny what the world thinks is great. Funny what the world will buy. Funny how Forbes does their equations.
Do billionaires give alms? Perhaps if they do, no one will know unless they go against the bible and announce it instead of keeping it secret.
That thine alms may be in secret: and. thy Father which seeth in secret. himself shall reward thee openly ~ Matthew 6:4
Funds and foundations aren’t necessarily secret nor is being philanthropic — and aren’t they all good ways to secure tax breaks?
What does anyone need with one thousand million dollars? Yachts. Dancing men and women with cocaine on yachts. Yachts that float in the tropics. Being able to own an island in the tropics where the yacht or yachts can dock?
It takes money to make money and once you make it, it costs a lot to keep it all going.
From what the baby billionaire says, she needed it to build her confidence — that love of all things makeup that turned into a thousand million dollars — she was insecure.
You too can have pouty lips if you use her special lip liner and she denied while raking in the bucks that she had any injections — now she’s telling the truth — which is probably to keep the action ongoing since relying on her own popularity, she is now being told, is not a very sustainable business model. Millions upon millions of likes on insta translate into millions and millions of purchases for whatever she’s selling but it might go away without something more concrete.
Everyone must want to look like Kylie because they buy it the minute she posts it — better be on the ready or it will all be sold out — “What’s in my purse” is a profitable YouTube post and it might be even more profitable if there is some of Kylie’s product in it.
Sure seems like an awful lot of trouble to live all one’s life behind a makeup mask behind a selfie stick.
Might be more fun being a beggar waiting on a billionaire’s alms.