Kylie Jenner his known as the voluptuous youngest Kardashian sister. But now it’s starting to look like Kylie’s amazing body, is all just smoke and mirrors.
Yesterday, pics of Kylie began circulating online – and it shows that her body looks much different in real life than it does on Instagram.
Kylie Jenner has been rumored to be a “catfish” by many of her fans and followers. All of her pictures on Instagram look perfect. Her body and face always look great.
But when the paparazzi catch Kylie in real life, she never lives up to the images we see on social media.
Weeks of lockdown without ready access to stylists, fillers, or their usual revitalization rituals have some of the beautiful people looking not quite themselves lately. But the quarantine has left one frequently photographed Angeleno (er, Calabasian?) practically unrecognizable. Twitter did a collective spit take this week when candid shots surfaced of billionaire cosmetics mogul Kylie Jenner, sans makeup, shoes, and clutching a bag of Lays potato chips, as she eschewed the safer-at-home order to visit a pal in Beverly Hills.
In paparazzi photos shared on Twitter, the youngest Kardashian-Jenner looked more like a high school VSCO girl than a fashion icon during the outing. A post by a virtually unknown Twitter account, @BeyonceLeague, accumulated more than 56,000 retweets and 290,000 likes in two days. The caption? “The way that Quarantine has turned Kylie Jenner back into a white girl.”
But one thing about Kylie that isn’t fake – is her wealth.
Earlier this year, Kylie officially joined the “billionaire” class, when she sold her cosmetics company for $1.6 billion
Kylie has starred in the E! reality television series Keeping Up with the Kardashians since 2007 and is the founder and owner of cosmetic company Kylie Cosmetics.
According to Forbes magazine, Jenner’s net worth is estimated at $1 billion, making her, at age 21, the world’s youngest billionaire as of March 2019.
However, the notion of Jenner being self-made is a subject of controversy, owing to her privileged background. In November 2018, New York Post credited her for being the most influential celebrity in the fashion industry.