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Calling The Shots! Kris Jenner Consults Lawyers To Protect Kylie's Billion-Dollar Fortune

Kris Jenner Consults Lawyers To Protect Kylie's Billion-Dollar Fortune
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Apr. 19 2019, Published 8:20 p.m. ET

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Kris Jenner isn't taking any chances when it comes to her daughter Kylie Jenner's billion-dollar fortune!

As a possible engagement between Kylie and baby daddy rapper Travis Scott looms, has exclusively learned Kris has consulted lawyers to protect Kylie's money from the rapper.

"Kris wants Travis to be fully aware that what he is coming into this marriage with is exactly what he will be leaving the marriage with!"

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Kris, 64, is eager to get Travis' John Hancock — and fast! "She is insisting that Travis sign paperwork now so that there is no room for error or question in the future," the insider added.

As fans know, Kylie, 21, and Travis, 27 — who is a successful musician in his own respect — celebrated their daughter Stormi's 1st birthday in February.

"Sure Travis has his own money, but Kylie is worth a billion dollars now and that is a whole new ballgame," the source revealed. "Kris loves the fact that she has bragging rights to go around and tell people her family is worth billions, because now it is true."

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And the momager's goal was coming from a good place. "She just wants her daughter to be extra careful in this relationship and wants to make sure that she is not out a couple hundred million if something goes wrong."



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