Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott changed his son’s name from Wolf: ‘I did not feel it was him’

Kylie Jenner has shared that she and Travis Scott changed the name of their newborn baby after they first named him Wolf. Kylie and Travis Scott, who are also parents of a four-year-old girl Stormi Webster, welcome a son on February 2, 2022. Kylie recently shared a note on her Instagram account announcing the name change, noting that Wolf did not feel like the name of her son. Read also | Kylie Jenner reveals the name of her second child with Travis Scott: ‘Wolf Webster’

With Instagram Stories on Monday, Kylie wrote, “FYI, our son’s name is no longer Wolf,” adding a grinning face with sweat emoji. She further wrote, “We just did not feel it was him. I just wanted to share because I see Wolf everywhere,” and ended the note with a hand-filled emoji. She did not change her baby’s new name.

Kylie Jenner reveals that her son is no longer called Wolf.
Kylie Jenner reveals that her son is no longer called Wolf.

The clarification came when Kylie shared an up-and-coming video montage of her pregnancy with her second-born. The video, shared on her YouTube channel titled To Our Son, provided an insight into her doctor visits, her baby shower, maternity photo shoots and the delivery room. It also included messages for the baby from Kylie’s family members, including her mother Kris Jenner. Kylie had shared a similar video, titled To Our Daughter, after Stormi’s birth.

In the recently uploaded video, Kylie is seen telling Stormi that the due date of her soon-to-be-born sibling is the same as hers. Kylie says, “So you and the baby can have the same birthday.” An upset Stormi replies, “Okay, February 1st.” Kylie further asks her daughter, “Are you okay with that?” and the latter answers “yes.”

Kylie welcomed her second child on February 2, a day after Stormi’s fourth birthday. She had announced the pregnancy with a home video posted on Instagram in September 2021, which she captioned “@traviscott.”