According to Forbes, Kylie Jenner got bank – $900 million dollars to be exact – but since the cosmetics CEO got a head start by being born into a millionaire family, does that mean she qualifies as a “self-made” almost billionaire?

That’s the hot topic that took the internet by storm on Wednesday, reports the Daily Mail.

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After Forbes posted the cover of their latest magazine with the Kylie Cosmetics CEO on it, praising her as “self-made”, many took issue with the term—including Dictionary.com which shot off a tweet and trolled the magazine.

Dictionary.com tweeted the definition: “Self-made means having succeeded in life unaided. Used in a sentence: Forbes says that Kylie Jenner is a self-made woman,” it added along with a link to the Forbes article.

Many agreed that nepotism and mom Kris Jenner’s gave Kylie built-in wealth, helping the 21-year-old climb the ladder to success and top the financial list.

“For the love of God, I seriously want to break something when I see the very epitome of privilege described as “self-made”. For f*** sake, if you start the 40-yard dash on the 39-yard line, you are NOT self-made,’ a commenter said.

“Self-made”? Really? It’s easy to become a billionaire when you’re parents are millionaires…It’s called generational wealth + nepotism. Try Oprah Winfrey, who was raised on a small Mississippi farm by her grandmother, for self-made *whispers Kylie also isn’t a billionaire yet*” another tweeted.

Writer and culture critic Roxane Gay also chimed in:

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Forbes calculated her wealth this way:

“Even using a conservative multiple, and applying our standard 20% discount, Forbes values her company, which has since added other cosmetics like eye shadow and concealer, at nearly $800 million. Jenner owns 100% of it.

“Add to that the millions she’s earned from TV programs and endorsing products like Puma shoes and PacSun clothing, and $60 million in estimated after-tax dividends she’s taken from her company, and she’s conservatively worth $900 million, which along with her age makes her the youngest person on the fourth annual ranking of America’s Richest Self-Made Women,” the article reads.

Must be nice.