On Thursday, April 12, Khloé Kardashian gave birth to a healthy baby girl in Cleveland, alongside her family. Even though the 33-year-old is in the middle of some drama with Tristan Thompson, her baby daddy was at the hospital, too. After videos surfaced of the NBA player cheating on the reality star, fans are curious if Khloé’s baby will take Tristan’s last name. Koko has often referred to her little one as “Baby Thompson,” and the Kardashians even took group pics in front of a “Baby Thompson” sign at her baby shower. At this point, it’s merely speculation since the baby’s first and last name are still unknown, but that isn’t stopping people on Twitter from sharing their opinions!
“I hope the baby’s last name is Kardashian now,” one user wrote. “I hope Khloé doesn’t give the baby Tristan’s last name he doesn’t deserve that privilege!” another said. “Damn.. all I know is @khloekardashian better give that baby her last name and cut homeboy out. He’s already a sh-t father to treat the mother of his child with such disrespect,” a third commented.
Fans also took the time to offer Khloé first name suggestions for her baby girl. Many believed “Karma” was appropriate, since Tristan broke up with his first baby mama, Jordan Craig, when she was pregnant and started dating Khloé soon after. “Sooo Khloé got cheated on while pregnant… by the guy who also cheated on his pregnant ex, with Khloé… I really hope they name the baby Karma,” one Twitter user said. “Khloé and TT should name their baby Karma,” another shared.
But other fans came up with more realistic names for the baby. After the Revenge Body host seemingly had an elephant-themed baby shower, many thought she’d name her baby “Elle” or “Ella.” However, Khloé took to Twitter to debunk that theory. “Lol no babe. It’s just an elephant,” she wrote, to which the user wrote back, “Ella Thompson sounds lovely.” Koko added, “Beautiful but I’m going with a babe that starts with a T.”
It’s unclear if Khloé still wants to give her daughter a “T” name to honor Tristan, so we’ll have to wait and see if she goes with a “K” name instead. We’re wishing you and your baby the best, Koko!