Tamera Mowry made it clear on The Real that if her children become billionaires young, it’ll have to be with their own money! The co-host doesn’t agree with Kylie Jenner being named the youngest “self-made” billionaire by Forbes and says her kids won’t be trust-fund babies.
Tamera said she stands by Dictionary.com definition of self-made on The Real on March 6. According to the website it is defined as, “having succeeded in life unaided.”
The co-host then said the dictionary never lies. On March 5, Forbes claimed the beauty retailer beat out Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg as the “youngest self-made billionaire ever,” which stirred up controversy due to her upbringing on Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Tamera shaded Kylie and revealed she isn’t giving her kids access to her fortune until they reach 35. The actress is a mom to 6-year-old Aden and 3-year-old Ariah.
As fans of The Real co-host know, Tamera rose to fame after she starred in the 1994 sitcom Sister, Sister with her twin Tia. She revealed on Instagram on March 2, her favorite role she acted in was Grandma Kat from Seventeen Again.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Tamera’s net worth is estimated at $4 million.
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