Forbes announced its annual billionaires list and Tyler Perry manufacturing powerhouse along with Kim Kardashian and husband Kanye West, who are currently in the middle of a divorce.
There are 493 more additions to the Forbes list, adding up to 2,755 billionaires, 660 more than a year ago. Musician and entrepreneur Kanye West, who signed a multi-year contract to design sneaker brand Yeezy for Adidas, is the No. 1,750 billionaire with $ 1.8 billion. Kim Kardashian West made a fortune of reality TV star # 2,674 with $ 1 billion.
At the top of the list was Amazon’s Jeff Bezos for the fourth year in a row. Number 2 is Tesla’s Elon Musk with $ 151 billion.
At the top of the list are Bernard Arnault, CEO of LVMH Moët Hennessy – Louis Vuitton; Microsoft founder Bill Gates; Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook; Warren Buffett, founder of Berkshire Hathaway; Oracle founder Larry Ellison; Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin; and Mukesh Ambani, chairman of India’s Reliance Group.
A list of those in the media and entertainment who would like to get a place on the list is:
Michael Bloomberg, No. 20 ($ 59 billion)
Rupert Murdoch and Family, No. 71 ($ 23.5 billion)
Donald Newhouse, No. 109 ($ 17.6 billion)
Jack Dorsey, No. 173 ($ 12.5 billion)
Charlie Ergen, No. 241 ($ 9.6 billion)
David Geffen, No. 245 ($ 9.5 billion)
John Malone, No. 316 ($ 7.8 billion)
George Lucas, No. 339 ($ 7.4 billion)
Charles Dolan and Family, No. 440 ($ 6.1 billion)
Clive Calder, No. 502 ($ 5.5 billion)
Reed Hastings, # 550 ($ 5.1 billion)
Barry Diller, No. 680 ($ 4.2 billion)
Steven Spielberg, No. 807 ($ 3.7 billion)
Arnon Milchan, No. 891 ($ 3.4 billion)
Haim Saban, No. 1.008 ($ 3 billion)
Oprah Winfrey, No. 1,174 ($ 2.7 billion)
Ted Turner, No. 1,362 ($ 2.3 billion)
Brian Roberts, # 1,664 ($ 1.9 billion)
Jay-Z, # 2,141 ($ 1.4 billion)
Thomas Tull, No. 2,378 ($ 1.2 billion)