Kim Kardashian finally gave birth to Kanye’s wunderkind

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OMG, OMG you guys. It happened. It finally happened. On Saturday, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s super spawn officially entered the world, thus setting the bar for every future baby to be born, ever. In fact, we might as well just close the book on having babies right now, because it’s doubtful anyone could ever top this reproductive miracle. No, seriously, this was some cutting edge, next-level baby-making.

It’s a girl (as was revealed in the season premiere of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” earlier this month, which you’d know if you watched that show. Which we definitely do not). Both Kim and the baby are reportedly healthy and doing just fine. As of now, they’ve yet to reveal her name but we’d be surprised if it didn’t start with a “K” (over/under odds on some variation of the word king, anyone?).

We’d also be surprised if it wasn’t something totally wack. We find it very hard to imagine these two naming their firstborn daughter something reasonable and not designed to illicit WTFs from the mouths of everyone not crazy, everywhere. Plus, the Kim K/Yeezy progeny has got a lot to live up to, namewise, in best bro forever Jay Z’s kid Blue Ivy. (We are still not over the fact Jay and B named a child Blue Ivy, by the way. It’s a human being, not a supervillain from ‘X-Men,’ for Pete’s sake.) Also, if you haven’t seen this awesome tweet (since deleted) from Taylor Swift, you need to. Definitely the best thing Taylor Swift has ever (and likely will ever) tweet. Props.

We’re not sure if we’re more excited to find out what they’ve named this celebaby (has anyone coined that yet? If not — dibs) or to find out how much money these two collect for the first baby photos. On a side note, we’d like to offer our condolences to every other celebrity kiddo out there, who nobody cares about anymore. Except for maybe the Beckham brood because, damn, those are some attractive kids.

But what are we all supposed to speculate about on Twitter now that both Ye’s baby and Ye’s album have leaked? Ew, sorry.

 


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