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Kris Jenner Reveals How Much her Daughters Make on Social Media Advertising

Kris Jenner Reveals How Much her Daughters Make on Social Media Advertising

Kris Jenner is opening up about her powerful role as the matriarch of her billionaire family and their finances.

The 63-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star made an appearance for an interview on CBS Sunday Morning, which airs on Sunday (April 14) at 9 a.m. ET.

“My daughters are constantly getting offers to post something for a company, or a brand, on social media. So they’re – they have a fee for a post, or a fee for a story, a fee for Facebook, a fee for – you know – they have a fee schedule,” she said.

“I mean, it’s definitely six figures. And sometimes, if it’s Kim [Kardashian], or if it’s Kylie [Jenner], it depends on what it really is,” she added.

She said that the price goes up if it’s “a pharmaceutical product, if it’s something that you’re going to drink, or ingest, or put on your body.”

She also explained that she trademarked the term “momager.”

“I do that from time to time because I feel like something’s important. And I want to protect it.”

She also revealed she doesn’t keep in touch with Caitlyn Jenner.

“I don’t, no, I don’t. The kids do. Yeah, the kids are good.”

The full interview airs on Sunday (April 14) on CBS.

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  • la petite bonnieux

    Why Why is this family relevant

  • mahbelle

    i hate all of them and they have contributed NOTHING positive to society.

  • Robyn Jones Sapp

    They sure like to flaunt their wealth, we get it, you all are SUPER RICH! Can you stop shoving it in everyones face! Just shut. up. already!

  • Robyn Jones Sapp

    They sure like to flaunt their wealth, we get it, you all are SUPER RICH! Can you stop shoving it in everyones face! Just shut. up. already!

  • DeadP001

    So she’s admitting that her family are grifters

  • DeadP001

    So she’s admitting that her family are grifters

  • Casey C

    so you’ll shill shit tea (literally) so long as they’ll pay six figures…such a disgusting family

  • MyName

    Because some people eat them up. I don’t seek them out but I purposely avoid everything that is associated with them good or bad. I boycott the E channel and I wouldn’t go near a product bearing their name or if they’ve posted about any others. If the money stops by more and more then and only then will they go away.

  • Hattie McDish

    🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮

  • Riley

    The good thing is you can see they have lost their grip. They are losing followers on all the sites they post, the show is dropping viewers by the bucket load and not as many people are buying the BS they try to get attention with any more and publicly calling them out on it.

  • Wendy

    Don’t forget that they don’t give a shit if it’s harmful to your health, as long as they’re making money! Fucking disgusting people. Why don’t interviewers grow some balls and ask them why they advertise stuff that is harmful to young people?

  • Wendy

    Exactly what I thought! Where is Jameela Jamil when we need her?!

  • MyName

    She’s around using it to make a name for herself. The Ks need to go away but we don’t need others using social media just like them. Young people already know it’s all a gimmick. Many want in on it but they’re aware how it works more than many adults. Jameela Jamil is no more needed than the Ks when it comes to social media platforms.

  • MyName

    Admitting it is just another ploy. They know the word is out that it’s all advertisements and want to spin it. It’s why people, the Ks and others, want to increase their following, for the deals it brings. It’s like advertising on television and billboards. People are paid to hock those things. This is nothing new. Consumers need to be more responsible when deciding how to spend money.