Kylie Jenner Says She’s A Feminist Who Doesn’t Need Her Family’s Money

Kylie Jenner opens up about being a feminist and attaining her own money for the June issue of Glamour UK.

“I do consider myself a feminist, ” Jenner told. “I’m a young lady, for one thing, and I don’t depend on a human or anybody else. I construct my own money and start my own business, and I feel like I’m an inspiration for a lot of young girls who want to stand on their own.”

The 18 -year-old reality star and businesswomen, was regarded as “digital royalty” by the magazine, has already carved out a name for herself in the beauty and way world.

Along with routinely selling out of her Kylie Cosmetics lines, Jenner already has a few garment lines under her belt with sister Kendall. Because of her success and tactical business ventures, Jenner doesn’t need to borrow from any family trust.

“I haven’t had a dollar of my[ mom’s] money for five years, ” Kylie insisted. “Ever since I started earning my own fund, I’ve paid for everything: all my vehicles, houses, clothes, everything. I like to know exactly what’s going on and I’m actually quite careful with what I spend. We all are as a family.”

In a previous interview with Interview magazine, Jenner said that she wasn’t good with fund , but it looks like she’s changed her tune( or hired a few good accountants to manage all that dough ).

A more stripped-down look for Jenner on the June cover.

Jenner also spoke about the end of the uber-successful “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” demonstrate on E !, which is set to premiere its 12 th season soon. The reality star insists she’ll continue on the indicate until it’s over.

But as Kylie has revealed in previous interviews, she wants to be out of the public eye in about a decade.

“I’ll go off the map, ” Jenner said to Interview magazine in 2015. “When I’m, like, 30, I want to go off the map, found a family, and live in Malibu with a farm, and merely create my own chickens.”

To read the rest of Jenner’s interview with Glamour, head here.

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