Of all the draggings that Kylie Jenner has endured over the years (for lip enhancements, cultural appropriation, and makeup quality to name a few), it seems the one that bothers her most is the recent backlash she received for being labeled the "youngest self-made billionaire" by Forbes magazine.

Almost immediately after the magazine published its first article about Jenner being on her way to being the first self-made billionaire (she's since made it there, obviously), people began calling out Forbes on what they believe is an inaccuracy. Few are questioning that Jenner has collected the coins to reach billionaire status, largely thanks to her Kylie Cosmetics brand. What critics are refuting is Jenner being classified as "self-made." You know, because coming from a ridiculously famous family full of millionaires would make any reasonable person question how Jenner "made" herself. 

Even one of Jenner's famous enemies, beauty influencer Jeffree Star, threw a little shade at the "self-made" descriptor via Twitter. Star claimed that Forbes approached him first about the self-made feature, and Star turning it down was the reason Jenner got the honor. 

Jenner spoke on the issue briefly for Paper magazine. She confirmed that "the self-made thing is true," and revealed that her parents, Kris and Caitlyn Jenner, "cut her off at the age of 15." 

Now Jenner is clapping back at her critics even harder in her most recent Interview magazine cover feature interview. Apparently, Jenner acknowledges that her famous family and Keeping Up With the Kardashians television platform were a big help, but she still believes that since her riches were not inherited, no one can dispute that she is self-made. 

Check out exactly what she had to say to Interview magazine in the video ahead.