Khloe Kardashian now running out of money, fans said

Khloe Kardashian now running out of money, fans said

Is Khloe Kardashian in dire need of money?

Khloe Kardashian is the youngest of the three Kardashian sisters. But, in terms of wealth, she stands next to Kim, who has increased her net worth recently to AU$1.2 billion.

To date, True’s mother has a net worth of approximately $40 to $50 million, according to Harper’s Bazaar. While she is undeniably rich, reports said that she might be running out of money in recent months.

How Khloe Kardashian earns money

All of the Kardashian sisters, alongside their mother, reportedly make money from their reality series, Keeping Up With The Kardashians. As of this year, they are now on the 18th installment, which equates to 18 years of filming.

Alongside her salary from the show, the mother-of-one also has other successful businesses. One of them is her denim line, Good American, according to Cheat Sheet.

Khloe also earns money from doing “sponsored ads” on her social media platforms. Although the amounts have remained undisclosed, she reportedly makes a “sizable chunk” out of it.

Why fans believe she is running out of money

It is no longer a new thing to learn that the Kardashian-Jenner members are living a lavish and extravagant life. From all the designer clothes and accessories to every lifestyle choice that they make, it all bleeds money.

They can, indeed, sustain this kind of lifestyle. However, fans reportedly believe that Khloe Kardashian may be now running low on her wealth. The speculations seemingly started when the Good American founder has done several “acts” on social media to earn good money.

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Her “out of character” acts to earn money

In the same report, fans noted that Khloe Kardashian has become a lot more active in posting sponsored ads on her Instagram. Although this is not new for the reality star, the recent ads are way “out of her character,” one fan said.

She recently posted an ad for migraine treatment. Aside from this, fans also reportedly pointed out that she is using her daughter, True, in these sponsorships, as well. As explained, she once posted a photo of her daughter with a box of Pampers to help sell the product.

Reports then said that she has recently caught up in a controversy because of the pre-loved dress she posted on the Kardashian Kloset resale site. The designer of the dress, Christian Cowan, “called out” Khloe Kardashian for selling the dress he “loaned” to her, according to Page Six.

The designer also reportedly revealed that his camp tried to reach out to the celebrity’s team three times. Her camp later on, responded and said that the dress was a gift to her.

Amid all this, fans have reportedly deemed Khloe Kardashian “desperate.” Not to mention, they also believe that she is, indeed, in need of cash these days.


Featured image courtesy of Keeping Up With The Kardashians/YouTube

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