Kylie Jenner has been named the youngest self-made billionaire by Forbes, and that title certainly came with some internet drama. Not everyone agrees with it, saying that her platform on social media and her family's fame warrant more exposure than most business owners ever get.
Forbes stands by its title of the mogul; it clarified that its definition of "self-made" is purely based on a lack of inheritance, and Jenner maintains she was cut off by her parents at 15. Ever since, though, she's had to fend for herself financially speaking. She even told Interview magazine that "self-made" is the only word that fits her situation.
But now she's backtracking. In an interview with The New York Times, Jenner said that she "had a lot of help" in addition to her massive social platform. She doesn't specify what exact kind of help she got, but she stood by the fact that none of it was financial.