According To A New Report It Takes The Average American Worker 10 Years To Earn What Kylie Jenner Makes Daily!
Kylie Jenner is not your average American 20-year-old. Not by a long shot.
America's richest self made woman
After Forbes ran a profile on her, predicting that her $900 million makeup company was poised to make her the youngest on the list of America's richest self-made women, people went to town calling out the magazine.
She’s not self made....not at all. Why is this narrative so important to Forbes? Blatant click bait haha. She was groomed by the Kardashian brand to diversify and expand their business footprint.— LazloHollyfeld (@Jake_Lamb_VT) August 4, 2018
Online, opinions were divided on the origin of Kylie's fortune. Most people felt that she did not qualify as self made since she'd gotten a lot of help from the family's reality TV/business fortune.
But, if people were ticked off by the young mum of one - she had a daughter Stormi earlier this year - being called self-made, they are bound to have a meltdown thanks to a recent report on Business Insider.
The website claimed that, with Kylie earning $19,007 per hour, she makes in just 2.38 hours what the average American worker makes in an entire year. Let that sink in!
To further make it clear, an interactive tool created by 'I Saw It First' determined that average American workers earning the minimum wage would have to work for 10 years to make what Kylie makes in a day. What do people think about this obscene wealth divide?
Thanks for glorifying nepotism and uselessness— Farman P (@farmanp) August 7, 2018
Just your average wealth disparity... nothing to see here https://t.co/ulpWTHowdq— Jess Natale (@jessnatale) August 8, 2018
Me: If Kylie Jenner can do it, why can't I?— Baby Hair & Afros (@ItMeansFaith) August 6, 2018
Me to me: Well, generational wealth and systemic racism are a thing
Me back to me: Why can't you ever support me?
Me again: Don't ask questions you don't want the answers to
Well, they are either radically inspired by the 20-year-old, or still mad at Forbes for calling her self-made.