Stormy Daniels Warns Kylie Jenner About Her Newborn Daughter's Name

Anita Tucker
February 9, 2018

Which still remains one stellar rap name, should she want to follow in her father's footsteps. After all, it's been suspected that things have been on the ropes between Kylie and Travis for a while, but it sure didn't seem like it in the pregnancy footage that she launched after her birth.

Daniels says she thinks it's just a coincidence, but says she better be prepared to "hang on to her heart" because "little girls named Stormy are known to cause trouble".

She later updated her original post to make it clear that baby Stormi will take Travis' surname.

Kylie Jenner already revealed that her child's name is Stormi Webster (with no middle name), but the fan theories about her baby's name continue.

Kylie has remained silent since sharing the snap on Instagram, but sources close to the star have said she's revelling in first-time motherhood. "Tyga also told Kylie that he knew she was going to be an unbelievable mother". Stormi Webster was introduced to Jenner's 103 million followers and has surpassed Beyoncé for the most-liked Instagram post so far.

Adding: 'The relationship has always been there, they're just busy.

Credit Khloé Kardashian
Credit Khloé Kardashian

Jenner announced Stormi's name on February 6th with her first Instagram of the baby.

Kylie is apparently living in her Hidden Hills mansion while Travis has his own house 45-minutes away in the Hollywood Hills.

In any case, Daniels offered some more advice, specifically for the new baby, on having a name associated with a turbulent weather system.

The clip chronicles Jenner's pregnancy, and includes reactions from her friends and family.

On Sunday, Kylie's sister Khloé Kardashian shared a baby bump pic to the world. She's SO lovely already.

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