NewsKylie Jenner: 'Our son's name isn't wolf anymore'

Kylie Jenner: 'Our son's name isn't wolf anymore'

Suddenly it didn't seem right anymore. Little Wolf Webster has a new name.

Los Angeles – Reality star and entrepreneur Kylie Jenner has caused confusion with a post about her son's name.

"FYI, our son's name is no longer Wolf," the 24-year-old wrote in an Instagram story. "We just didn't feel like it really was him. I just wanted to share that with you because I still read wolves everywhere.” She did not say what she and her boyfriend, US rapper Travis Scott (30), now want to call their son.

Jenner announced the birth of the child on Instagram in early February. She gave February 2 as her date of birth. A week later, she announced the name "Wolf Webster" for her son. The reality star and Scott, who was born Jacques Berman Webster, already have daughter Stormi, 4. dpa

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