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After Forbes magazine touted "America's Women Billionaires" with Kylie Jenner on its cover, the backlash was immediate over the reference to the reality TV star as "self-made".

Her wealth is largely derived from the performance of her make-up company Kylie Cosmetics, which has now sold more than 630 million dollars (£475 million) worth of products.

"Another year of growth will make her the youngest self-made billionaire ever, male or female, trumping Mark Zuckerberg, who became a billionaire at age 23", Forbes reported. Jenner is the sole owner, reaping all the profits. The problem lies where the Magazine lists her as a "Self-Made billionaire"... The magazine estimates Jenner's net worth to be roughly $900 million, making her the 27th-richest self-made woman in the United States. So Kylie Jenner made Forbes and there's been so much talk about it, from if she's really "self- made" to doubts and much more.

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"Self-made means having succeeded in life unaided", the online dictionary tweeted. And sure, there's no disputing that the 20-year-old, who launched Kylie Cosmetics in 2016, is a highly successful businesswoman. Netizens are pointing out the fact that Jenner shouldn't be called "self-made" as she was born into an already rich family.

On Wednesday, People published a story claiming that Dictionary.com was "shading" Forbes for its cover story, causing yet another disagreement on the correct use of a word.

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