American media personality, Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott welcomed their second child into the world back on February 2.
Although the baby went through a normal registration procedure, the couple still haven’t given him a name eight months since his birth.
He was given the name “Wolf Webster” early on, but Jenner shared a statement saying that she “didn’t feel it was the right name for him” and decided to stop calling him that.
Today, as his first birthday approaches, uncertainty still reigns over his name.
Blaming the System
The “system” is to blame
The issue is a talking point once again after Jenner confessed to her mother the reason for her hasty decision in ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’.
“We really didn’t have a name decided, we thought it was going to come to us when we saw it and it didn’t,” she said.
“Then we had to sign the birth certificate, or they would register him without a name or Social Security number, so I felt the pressure to choose a name.
As a result, Kylie feels that the “system” put her between a “rock and a hard place”, as she had no choice but to choose quickly.
“We put Wolf Webster at the time and right after I signed the birth certificate I thought, what did I just do?,” she said, clearly unhappy with her choice.
Although both Jenner and Scott say it with laughter, their intention is that their own son choose his name, something that is still far away