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Rihanna is now the youngest self-made billionaire in the United States and Kardashian boots.

She shines as bright as a diamond.

Rihanna is currently the youngest woman in the United States to make her own billionaire, knocking Kim Kardashian in second place.

The 34-year-old singer recently madean annual list of Forbes' American wealthiesther homebrew women for the third consecutive year, ranking 21st overall. did. She is the only millionaire under the age of 40 on the list.

The next youngest billionaire on Forbes' list is Kardashian, 41, with a net worth of $ 1.8 billion.

Rihanna's net worth is currently $ 1.4 billion, which is only part of her successful music career. Most of it comes from her entrepreneurial spirit, such as Fenty Beauty, Fenty Skin, andSavage XFenty.

In March,Bloombergreported that Savage X Fenty's lingerie company is working with an advisor on an initial public offering worth more than $ 3 billion. Rihanna owns 30 percent of the company. 

She won nine Grammy Awards, including 50% of Fenty Beauty, which was launched in 2017 and generated $ 550 million in 2020. The French luxury fashion conglomerate LVMH owns the other half. ..

Rihanna poses for a picture as she celebrates her beauty brands fenty beauty and fenty skin at Goya Studios on February 11, 2022 in Los Angeles, California.
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In 2012, the singer of "Love On The Brain" started. According to thewebsite, a charity called the Clara Lionel Foundation (CLF) aimed at "supporting and funding breakthrough education and climate change resilience initiatives." Fund.

A year after the Foundation was founded, Fenty Beauty CEO launched two lipstick campaigns at MAC Cosmetics to benefit women and children affected by HIV / AIDS 6,000 I collected 10,000 dollars. In February 2020, CLF was named one of the world's most innovative non-profit companies by the Fast Company. 

But Rihanna's main focus is not on money. She is all about "work, work, work, work, work, work".

In 2019, she told theThe New York Times, "I didn't expect to make so much money, so I wouldn't stop working as the numbers increase. ".