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Forbes magazine is walking back their report that socialite and reality personality Kylie Jenner is a self-made billionaire.

Forbes claims they were hoodwinked and bamboozled by the makeup entrepreneur and Instagram model who "spun a web of lies" and "inflated" her net worth.

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In an earlier report, Forbes claimed Jenner was a "self-made" makeup mogul who somehow managed to take her company Kylie Cosmetics to the top of the cosmetics industry with just a high school diploma and not much business experience.

Social media users and bloggers scoffed at Forbes' claim that the 22-year-old was worth over a billion dollars. But Forbes stood by its reporting.

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Now the publisher claims Jenner and her mother, Kris Jenner "went to great lengths to convince people of their wealth."

Many believe Jenner is worth a few million, if that.

Forbes reports the family invited them into their mansions and CPA's offices, and even "created tax returns that were likely forged."

No word on whether the IRS is investigating those claims.

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Drake apologized to Kylie Jenner for disrespecting her on an unreleased track that was played during a live set on OVO Instagram Live on Wednesday.

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The song's lyrics suggest Drake had a fling with Kylie, and that she was just another "side piece".

Drake raps: "Yeah, I'm a hater to society / Real sh*t, Kylie Jenner that's a side piece / Yeah, I got 20 motherf---- Kylies."

The red-faced rapper apologized in a post on his Instagram Story on Thursday.

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"A song that mark ran last night on night owl sound live set shouldn't have been played. It's a song that leaked 3 years ago and got scrapped shortly after. He was just going too deep in the Drake/Future catalogue. Last thing I'd want to do is wake up having any friends of mine feeling disrespected so I just had to say that to start the day."

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Kourtney Kardashian deleted her 10-year-old son Mason Disick's Instagram account after he debunked reports that his Auntie Kylie Jenner and her ex-boyfriend, Travis Scott, were back together.

Her official reason for deleting Mason's account is because she was worried about trolls making "mean" comments to the child.

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Mason, the eldest child of Kourtney and her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick, responded to an Instagram Live viewer who asked if his Aunt Kylie and her baby daddy Travis were back together. "No, Kylie and Travis are not back together," he confirmed.

Mason is too young to understand why Kylie and her sisters manipulate social media for relevancy.

Shortly after Mason's video went viral, Kourtney dropped the axe on Mason's brief career as an Instagram influencer.

In an Instagram Live with her website Poosh on Wednesday, Kourtney explained that she'd made the decision to delete Mason's account after Kylie threw a hissy fit because she knows how tough it can be to deal with horrid remarks from followers.

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"I did delete (Instagram) because Scott and I just felt like he isn't... he’s 10. I think there’s an age limit," she said. "The thing that really worries me with kids is just comments, people can be so mean."

But her followers pointed out that she knew people can be mean when she allowed her 10-year-old to create his Instagram account.

Many believe Kylie has been lying all along about the nature of her arranged relationship with the mumble rapper.

According to Instagram's official policies, the age limit for having an account on the social media site is 13.
 

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America's top doctor has asked socialite Kylie Jenner to help get the word out about COVID-19 to young people who are still partying on Spring break.

Surgeon General Jerome Adams vented his frustration over the lack of compliance by young people who are determined to enjoy their break from studies.

Miami residents expressed outrage when photos surfaced of kids partying on South Beach last week, despite the warnings about the COVID-19 virus.

When the governor closed the beach, the kids moved the party to another beach.

During an appearance on Good Morning America on Thursday, Adams expressed his concern that some of the youth, who are asymptomatic, may spread the virus to their elders.

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"What I really think we need to do [is] get out influencers," said Adams, referring to Kylie Jenner, 22, of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" fame.

"We need to get Kylie Jenner and social media influencers out there, in helping folks understand that look, this is serous. This is absolutely serious. People are dying," Adams said.

He said he hoped Jenner would get the message across to youngsters who don't watch the news or trust the government.

Adams said he knows from his own experience with his kids - ages 14 and 15 - that "the more I tell them not to do something, the more they want to do it."

He said the younger generation are more likely to ignore the quarantine because they feel fine and they don't personally know anyone who is sick from the virus.

Adams said young people are more at risk of both getting sick and spreading COVID-19 to those most vulnerable.

"We are seeing new data from Italy that suggests that young people may be at higher risk than what we previously thought," he said, referring to socialized healthcare in Europe.

"Think about your grandfather, think about your grandmother, think about the fact you're spreading disease that could ultimately be what kills them," he said.

But critics say Adams and the news media are "sensationalizing" the virus, which causes mild, flu-like symptoms in most healthy people.

They point to the fact that most college kids don't live with their grandparents, and they believe vulnerable populations should self-isolate rather than inconvenience millions of young, healthy people who just want to have fun.

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Cardi B says she is happy that her daughter Kulture met "rich friends" at Kylie Jenner's daughter's birthday party.

Kulture, 18 months, was one of the moneyed guests at the lavish bash held in honor of Stormi's second birthday.

While the "Money" rapper and her husband, Offset, attended the Super Bowl in Miami on Sunday, Cardi's sister, Hennessy Carolina and Kulture attended Stormi's birthday.

Cardi took to social media to share her daughter's experience spending time with the rich and famous.

"Kulture making some rich friends and eating all the food at #stormiworld," she said alongside videos of Kulture and Hennessy Carolina at the party.

"Im so happy my baby enjoyed herself!" Cardi continued, before adding a special message to the party girl: "Happy Birthday beautiful Stormi !Keep glowing and growing."
 


 

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Travis Scott's new track "Highest in the Room" debuted at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, ending hip-hop singer Lizzo's reign at the top of the chart.

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Lizzo's best-selling single "Truth Hurts" spent six weeks at No. 1. Lizzo now drops to No. 2 on the Hot 100 chart.

"Highest" is the 28-year-old mumble rapper's second #1 hit in his short career. The track was released as a standalone single.

"Highest" was featured in Kylie Jenner's Kybrow's makeup commercial in April. Fans accused Scott and Jenner of breaking up to boost interest in Scott's single. Apparently the stunt worked.

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Scott and Jenner share 20-month-old daughter Stormi.

In a recent interview Scott said he's taking his time recording his new album.

"I'm taking my time to come up with the next album," Scott told Billboard. "I'm always down to drop music and serve some packs to the fans. It's time for the fans to eat."

Lizzo, a 31-year-old Pisces, teamed up with pop singer Justin Timberlake to record a new tune.

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In August, the 38-year-old Aquarius shared a video that showed him and Lizzo in the studio making music together.

"I think she thought I was lying, but we got in and we got a couple of ideas," Timberlake told ET.

"I'm not going to tell you too much about what we did together in the studio. If she wants to tell you she can, but it's flames. It is so good. I am so excited about it."
 

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