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She's a make-up mogul and a mum-of-one, and now Kylie Jenner has been named the highest paid celebrity of 2020 according to Forbes.
The youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner siblings, who was slammed by critics for 'almost poking Stormi's eye out' in a baking video, has beaten sister Kim Kardashian and her husband Kanye West for the top spot.
Kylie, 23, earned a mind-blowing $540 million dollars before taxes, thanks to selling 51 per cent of her Kylie Cosmetics brand to company Coty, Inc. for $600 million dollars towards the end of 2019.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star's earnings blew the rest of the competition out of the water and she racked in an incredible amount more than any other celebrity in 2020.
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In the second spot is Kylie's brother-in-law Kanye West who earned $170 million dollars thanks to his Yeezy fashion range and his deal with Adidas and Yeezy sneakers.
Kylie's achievement comes after she debuted a brand new look for winter after ditching her hair extensions and going for a shorter hair do.
The businesswoman enjoyed some quality time with nephew Psalm West and took to Instagram to show off her shoulder length hairstyle.
In the snaps, the reality star, who showed off her Christmas decorations, can be seen holding Psalm while her shorter red hair blows in the wind.
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She captioned it: "the cool aunt," while Psalm's mum Kim Kardashian wrote: "My babies!!!," alongside red heart emojis.
Kylie's famous family members were embroiled in a controversy recently after Kim and Kourtney Kardashian's children performed a traditional war dance from New Zealand.
In a clip which Scott Disick uploaded on Instagram, his daughter Penelope, is joined by cousins North and Saint West and some friends.
However, fans accused Kim, Kourtney and Scott of cultural appropriation and lashed out at them on social media.
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One person commented: "They aren't "trying." They could've easily googled the significance of the haka to Māori but they chose not to.
"That is ignorance and ignorance is problematic. The Kardashians are normalising picking parts of cultures, doing them half-assed and inappropriately to benefit of it."
While a second said: "kardashians are notorious for gross cultural appropriation… and to do the haka with that reputation… does not sit right with me."
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