Chris Jenner worried about Kylie Jenner ‘losing millions’ during the Astroworld incident
Kris Jenner is reportedly worried about her 24-year-old daughter, Kylie Jenner ‘losing millions’.
Keeping up with the Kardashians star Kris Jenner is reportedly worried about his 24-year-old daughter, Kylie Jenner ‘losing millions’.
According to The Sun, the beauty may lose her business relationship during Travis Scott’s Astroworld incident.
Citing its source, the store has revealed that a stampede between concerts could have a negative impact on Jenner’s product.
“Kylie feels the weight of this and more than anything else she wants to do well is a victim,” the source said.
“I know people don’t think he cares but he really does. At the same time, she is a businesswoman who cares about the lives of many people, ”adds the book.
“He feels lost because he wants to give himself time to honor the victims of Astroworld but at the same time he hires more people.”
brand is keeping their promotions low
The source revealed that the brand is keeping their promotions low for now to honor the victims of the tragic incident however ‘where his companies go for a long time without promotion, that’s when their sales go down.’
“We’re talking about possible millions of dollars in losses,” the insider said.
The newspaper reported that the mother of one child ‘works closely with her mother, as both her boss but also relies on her for emotional support.’
“Chris Jenner is in a state of crisis and is still thinking about how to handle this best deal,” the source said.
However, Kylie’s attorney has denied the allegations that the store’s information is incorrect.
Chris Jenner, formerly Kardashian; born November 5, 1955) is an American journalist, socialite, and businessman. She gained fame starring in the reality television series Keeping Up with the Kardashians (2007-2021).
first marriage to attorney Robert Kardashian
She has four children from her first marriage to attorney Robert Kardashian: Kourtney, Kim, Khloé and Robert, as well as two children from her second marriage and television personality and retired Olympic Games medalist Bruce Jenner (now Caitlyn): Kendall and Kylie.
Chris Jenner was born in San Diego, California, on November 5, 1955, the first of two children by Mary Jo “MJ” Shannon (born 193bell), who owned a children’s clothing store, and Robert True “Bob” Houghton (1931-1975). ), engineer. At the age of seven, M. J. and Bob divorced, and she and her younger sister, Karen Casey (née Houghton; born 1958), were raised by her mother. Finally M. J. was to remarry, and businessman Harry Shannon (1926-2003), who helped raise Karen and Karen. By his mother’s marriage to Harry, he found his brother, Steven “Steve” Shannon.
moving to Oxnard
Three months after moving to Oxnard, California, Shannon’s business partner reportedly traveled with the rest of the company’s capital, so the family returned to San Diego. In San Diego, Jenner worked for Shannon & Company, a mother-in-law clothing store. Chris Jenner attended Clairemont High School and graduated in 1973. She worked for American Airlines as a flight attendant for a year in 1976.
Jenner owns her own production company, Jenner Communications, based in Los Angeles. Ever since the start of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, she has been in charge of her daughters Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie. She is also involved in the business management of some of her daughters and son.
Jenner opened a children’s store in 2004 with her eldest daughter, Kourtney. The retail store was called “Smooch” and was open for about six years before closing in 2009. In 2011, Chris Jenner introduced the clothing line, Kris Jenner Kollection with QVC. Chris Jenner had previously sold QTC fitness equipment in the 1990s.
Jenner’s autobiography, Kris Jenner … and All Things Kardashian, were released in November 2011. She later wrote a cookbook entitled In the Kitchen with Kris: A Collection of Kardashian-Jenner Family Favorites, released in October 2014.