Forbes shares its annual list of the highest paid celebrities from all avenues of entertainment in 2020.
Forbes recently released a scathing and rather surprising expose on the wealth of Kylie Jenner, reneging on their claim that she's the youngest self-made billionaire after apparently going through her finances in detail and finding inconsistencies. Nonetheless, that hasn't stopped the wealth-tracking publication to include her as the highest-paid celebrity of 2020-- her wealth is still staggering regardless.
Today, the publication shared their annual rankings of the highest paid celebrities, which includes celebs from different avenues of the entertainment industry and pop culture at large-- from sports celebrities to musicians and more.
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Kylie Jenner comes in at #1 with a reported income of $590 million, while her brother-in-law, Kanye West, claims the #2 spot with $170 million. Thus, Jenner takes the lead by quite a bit.
Further down, at #6, we find Tyler Perry, with $97 million, while The Rock rakes in at $87.5 million at #9, Lebron James nabs the spot right under him at $88.2 million at #10.
Stephen Curry makes an appearance at #16 ($74.4 million), and Ariana Grande at #17 ($72 million).
Kevin Durant enters the list at #24 with an annual payday of $63.9 million, and Post Malone hits #28 with $60 million. Diddy finds himself at #37 with $55 million, and a few other rappers join below him-- Jay-Z appears at #42 with $53.3 million, Drake at #49 with an appropriately-matching amount of $49 million, andKim Kardashian-West nabs the spot right above Drizzy for her $49.5 million.
Elsewhere on the list:
James Harden appears at #54 with $47.8 million.
Jennifer Lopez appears at #56 with $47.5 million.
Rihanna appears at #60 with $46 million.
Will Smith appears at #69 with $44.5 million.
Kyrie Irving appears at #74 with $41.9 million.
Travis Scott appears at #82 with $39.5 million.
Kevin Hart appears at #84 with $39 million.
DJ Khaled appears at #95 with $36.5 million.
Serena Williams appears at #98 with 36 million.