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By Dennis Romero
Kim Kardashian announced the name of his fourth child Kanye West on Friday – and the social media is scorned with those who indignant.
Kardashian posted Salita words with a baby infant image born May 9th.
"Upon the arrival of the fourth child .. we were blessed forever," a message in that picture said . "We have everything we need."
The real response the social media smoke seems to be the name of the church with the image (a song is a holy song), laughing faces and shaking head.
Comedian John Fugelsang tweeted a reference to the annual South at the Southwest conference in Austin, Texas: "Kim and Kanye have the right to name the baby Song West but honestly hope they name a South By South. "
Cultural Critic [19459027AIraMadisonIIItweeted "Awit West is like a movie in Errol Flynn in 1941 but ok."
The sides, the Twitter account for comedic social media collectively with the same name, said, "Song West is like the location of a new music desert festival worth $ 1,000 on a ticket."
Baby naming experts are not as easy as possible.
Laura Wattenberg, the founder of namerology.com, who sets up data on the US's most popular baby names, says more parents choose for nontraditional names.
"The baby's name is a personal choice more than ever," she says. "Not only did Kim and Kanye give a baby name after the grandpa."
However, the name is not unique, according to his data. In 2018, 15 newborn boys – seven boys and eight girls are named the Song.
"It's part of a trend towards creativity that sees many and many parents turning words into names," Wattenberg says.
Sherri Suzanne, founder of the consulting name My Name for Life, said by email that the Psalms show the same influences of the Kardashian-West family, which include North sisters, 5, and Chicago, 1, and siblings Saint, 3.
"Kim and Kanye seem to work hard to give siblings names with a similar & # 39; character, & # 39; he is. "It's true for parents working on me, they also value unusual or traditional names. I'm not expecting to find many Psalms in your child's kindergarten class as soon as possible."
Wattenberg said that West boys and girls were divided into themes.
"Men are both tall, religious names and women are of no kind," she says. "You feel that boys and girls are organized."