Kylie Jenner. The girl is a mogul and she’s not even legally able to drink yet. That’s right guys, she’s only 20. Her company, Kylie Cosmetics, is reportedly worth $420 million, according to her mom Kris Jenner. Kylie is rolling in money; she’s got that lip kit money. Let’s take a look inside her fabulous, luxurious life. The envy is real!
She Has A Freaking Ferrari
We can all spot that iconic pony logo from a mile away. Kylie Jenner owns a Ferrari. Specifically, a 458 Spider. Tyga, her boyfriend at the time, bought this drool worthy car for her for a sum of $320,000. Ok cool. This cost more than the house most people live in. No big deal to be driving a car worth that much, especially when you’ve only just turned 18, right?
US Law restricts Ferrari from manufacturing more than 10,000 cars a year. Pair that with their obscene price tags, and the reality is most people have no hopes of ever affording one, unless they want to sell their house and live out of a fabulous car!
Her House Cost A Casual $6 Million Dollars
Back in 2016, Kylie upgraded from her $2.7 million dollar Mediterranean style home in Calabasas. What the heck could you possibly upgrade to from that? Why, a $6 million dollar, six bedroom mansion in Hidden Hills near her Mom, Kris Jenner, and sister, Kim Kardashian of course!
Just consider what kind of life you could live if you had $6 million dollars to blow on whatever you want. That sum alone is like winning the lottery and being able to live a more than comfortable life for the rest of your life.
She Travels By Private Jet
Talk about jet set life! Kylie pretty much exclusively travels by private jet when she doesn’t have to just get around town. She’s got to be the most well traveled person under 21 ever. Traveling via private jet is pretty much the biggest status symbol. It doesn’t get more extravagant than this.
To put this all into perspective for you, it costs $38,000 to fly from New York City, to LA, and back via LearJet. It costs $160,000 to fly from LA, to London, and back via a Gulfstream. Crazy money.