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Fans Suspect This Is The Real Reason Why Kylie Changed Her Son’s Name

Ever since fans learned of Kylie Jenner’s baby name change, they have wondered what could have prompted such a change. Now, some social media users are convinced that the answer lies in Kylie’s ongoing quarrel with her ex-girlfriend, the influential Tammy Hembrow.

As fans know, Kylie welcomed her second child with partner Travis Scott on February 2, 2022. The couple is already the parents of daughter Stormi Webster, who was born in 2018. In an Instagram Story post, Kylie initially shared that she and Travis decided to name their son Wolf.

Public records obtained by many media at the time also showed that she chose the middle name “Jacques” for her little boy in honor of his father. His birth name is Jacques Berman Webster II.

However, a month after the birth of her son, Kylie updated fans with the news that she and Travis felt differently about their son’s name. She has not yet confirmed what her son’s new name will be.

Following her announcement, social media users were dying to know why Kylie would change her son’s name just weeks after his birth. After some serious revelations online, some fans now believe the reason has to do with Kylie’s former friend and former Kardashian-Jenner district member Tammy Hembrow.

 Coincidentally, the Australian influencer happens to have a 6-year-old son, who is also called Wolf. Tammy is the mother of a 5-year-old girl Saskia, whom she shares with her ex-fiancé Reece Hawkins, writes StyleCaster.

After Kylie posted the name of her son as Wolf on Instagram, Tammy, who is currently pregnant with her third child, logged into her account to pinch the new mother. “My Wolf,” she wrote, attaching a photo of her son.

Many fans interpreted Story on Instagram as a peg to Kylie, as Tammy was the first person to use the name for her son. The fitness model welcomed her son in 2015 when she was still friends with Kylie and her family.

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