According to Forbes, Rihanna has surpassed Kylie Jenner as the youngest female self-made millionaire.
The 34-year-old woman deserves this title, as her net worth is estimated at $1.4 billion.
Forbes has published its annual list of successful entrepreneurs with Rihanna take first place third year in a row.
The new mom was ranked 21st on the list and is the only billionaire under the age of 40.
Part of the singer’s fortune stems from her Grammy-winning career with hits like “Umbrella” featuring Jay-Z and “Run This Town,” another collaboration with the rapper and Kanye West.
However, the majority of her earnings came from her many retail brands: Fenty Beauty, Fenty Skin, and Savage X Fenty.
Meanwhile, Kylie, 24, held onto the crown thanks to her many business ventures and impressive bank account.
The mom of two founded the cosmetics company Kylie Cosmetics, founded Kylie Baby and Kylie Skin, and has many other collaborative projects.
In 2019, the makeup mogul was declared the youngest self-made billionaire, dethroning Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who took the title at 23.
Kylie’s billionaire status has since been erased as a year later her net worth was documented to be only $900 million.
Forbes also reported that the reality TV star’s salary was not as high as she claimed.
The publication accused the Hulu personality and her mother, 66-year-old Kris Jenner, of lies about Kylie’s net worth and earnings.
“Kylie’s business is significantly smaller and less profitable than the family has been convincing the cosmetics industry and the media, including Forbes, for years,” the magazine said in a report.
The mother-daughter duo have been accused of submitting fake tax returns with inflated numbers to the magazine to improve Kylie’s chances for the cover.
“While we can’t prove these documents were fake (although it’s likely), it’s clear that Kylie’s supporters were lying,” Forbes said.
At the time, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians alums were unfazed by the claims in a series of tweets.
“What am I even waking up for? I thought it was an authoritative site…,” she wrote.
“All I see is a series of inaccurate statements and unproven assumptions lol. I never asked for a name and tried to lie NEVER. Dot”.
Later, representatives of Kylie and Chris sent a letter to the publication in which they denied the allegations.
The letter said: “Allegations that the Jenners and/or their accountants falsified tax returns and then lied about their 2016 earnings for the past four years are completely false.”
Sources close to the famous family told The Post that their fame is driven by “sibling rivalry” and they strive to outdo each other’s wealth.
“All Kardashian girls need attention. There is always a discussion in the Kardashian-Jenner family about which of the girls will be the most successful and who will have the most talents, ”said the insider.
Kylie’s 41-year-old half-sister Kim Kardashian was featured on the cover of Forbes in 2016, which is said to have fueled the TV star’s drive to perform better.
Kim, however, came forward this year with a whopping $1.8 million fortune, while Kylie reportedly made just $600 million.