Kylie Jenner says sisters pick on her over her 'billionaire' status
"Kylie, are you going to pay for it?"
She's the world's youngest self-made billionaire, but beauty mogul Kylie Jenner doesn't get a free ride from her sisters.
In a clip from of the season premiere of the Ellen DeGeneres Show, the 22-year-old mother-of-one says her Keeping Up With The Kardashian siblings, which includes Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and Rob Kardashian and Kendall Jenner, pick on her over her "billionaire" status.
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Kylie confessed: "It's only when we're in a group chat talking about we should go on a trip. [And they ask] 'Kylie, are you going to pay for it?' But they're all really proud of me, for sure."
Ellen asked: "Do they really expect you to pay for all of the stuff?"
Kylie and Kris Jenner on the Ellen Degeneres Show
Momager Kris Jenner, who joined her for the interview, said: "No, they don't really … Just my stuff."
The trout pout queen also spoke about her one-year-old daughter Stormi with rapper Travis Scott.
“She is the perfect mixture of both of us. She’s definitely like a little rager. She loves music,” Kylie said.
Kylie and Kris added that Stormi was “dancing in the dressing room” backstage as she watched all of Ellen's audience members dancing.
Kris added: “She is like a little Kylie. It’s really wild. It’s like sometimes she looks at you and you think, ‘I have to remind myself that’s my granddaughter, not Kylie'. You know for two seconds, like it catches you off-guard."