But on Good Morning Britain today, Morgan took issue with the phrase "self-made", arguing that the only reason Jenner or any of the Kardashian family are famous is because of Kim's leaked sex tape. Forbes estimated that the cosmetics company, which is 100%-owned by Jenner, made $360m (£274m) in sales a year ago. Jenner, who has a one year-old daughter, owns 100 percent of the company.
"Kylie Jenner is a billionaire but everyone is mad at the headline or claiming she's this or that", he tweeted. The collaboration ensured that her products made its way to over a 1,000 stores across America.
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"I see [Kylie Cosmetics] going very far", Jenner said.
"It's the power of social media", Jenner told Forbes, which notes that she has more than 175 million followers across Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook and Twitter. The term self-made has quite obviously riled a few people on social media but Forbes has given an explanation over it. Forbes explained about the whole controversy in an online report. "What I'm trying to say is I did have a platform, but none of my money is inherited". Forbes estimates Jenner's cosmetics company is worth at least $900 million - and she owns all of it.
Jenner began her makeup business by selling lipkits, which included lipsticks and lip liners.
Ranting to his co-host Susanna Reid, he asked: 'When you say self-made billionaire, I just thought she'd got it because her sister made a sex tape and that is why they all became hugely rich.
Her mother Kris would not rule out that she may sell the company in the future.
The business magazine has ranked Kylie as the world's 2,057th richest person. A year ago alone, her brand grew by an estimated whopping $360 million.