Kourtney Kardashian has no idea who Jeff Bezos is after seeing picture of him
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Kourtney Kardashian has just proved that just because you're one of the richest people in the world it doesn't mean you're instantly recognisable.
To promote Lemme - her new line of vitamins and supplements - the reality TV star and wellness brand founder alongside her sister Khloé Kardashian were tasked with completing Vanity Fair's Lie Detector Test series.
The eldest Kardashian sibling was given pictures of three entrepreneurs and asked whether she would take business advice from any of them.
The Barbadian icon has a net worth of $1.7 Billion as of October 2022, according to Forbes estimates, making her the richest musician in the world and second only to Oprah when it comes to female entertainers.
Jeff Bezos, the executive chair of Amazon, was up next however Kourtney quickly confessed she had no idea who he is based on his picture.
"I don't even know who this is," she confesses while analysing the picture in a moment which may remind you of Keke Palmer's iconic "sorry to this man" meme from another one of Vanity Fair's Lie Detector interviews.
After Khloé comes to Kourtney's rescue and clarifies that man in the picture is Jeff Bezos, Kourtney defends herself. "Oh, well I don't know what he looks like," she says innocently.
The Kardashians have often said the mum-of-three lives in her own world, which she confirms next. "I don't watch the news," she claims.
Despite the awkward moment, Kourtney reveals she would 'listen' his business advice which isn't a bad decision at all. Bezos ranks number two on Forbes' 2022 World's Billionaires list with a net worth of $171 billion.
Tesla founder and 'chief twit' Elon Musk is in the top position with a huge net worth of $219 billion.
Speaking of the controversial Twitter owner, the final picture Khloé gives Kourtney is of Musk and in a surprising turn of events, Kourtney knows exactly who he is - but only because he attended a Kardashian Christmas party.
"I don't know about his business advice," Kourtney says sheepishly, which is fair considering the state of Twitter right now with mass walkouts by staff over work conditions and threats of bankruptcy.
"But I would listen to his business advice," she adds.
Now that would definitely be an interesting Christmas party conversation.