Kylie Jenner donates nearly R11 million to a women's empowerment group

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Kylie uses her billionaire status to make a difference
Kylie uses her billionaire status to make a difference

Last week Kylie and her mother aka "momager" Kris Jenner appeared on the popular talk show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

While on the show the young businesswoman and reality TV superstar made a special announcement that she would be gifting a women empowerment organisation dedicated to helping women become future leaders, Nest of Love, a super donation.

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Kylie then donated $150 000 (about 2.2 million rand) to the overall group and then $50 000 (around R735 0000) to each member of the group.

Not only that, but they all also walked away with a special Kylie Kit birthday special.

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