FANS on the Internet are happily taking credit for Kylie Jenner's change of mind when it came to naming her new son.
The newborn, who mamma Kylie and pappa Travis Scott originally gave the controversial name "Wolf," is getting a new moniker, and Twitter users are celebrating.
"We really bullied Kylie and Travis into changing baby Wolf's name? I'm dead!" one person tweeted.
Another echoed: "Did the internet just bully Kylie Jenner & Travis Scott into changing their sons name from Wolf?"
Others expressed their specific disapproval with the name.
"Kylie Jenner renamed her son because Wolf doesn't fit him. Shocker," one fan tweeted. "It's a child, not a dog. Did she need her followers to tell her that?"
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Another sarcastically noted: "I’m guessing Kylie Jenner got tired of the Twilight memes."
And one person questioned: "Kylie Jenner really renamed her child, ‘Wolf,’ because they thought the name didn’t fit?
"I wanna know what they expected a child named ‘Wolf’ to be like."
On Monday, Kylie revealed their decision to change the newborn's name from Wolf to something else, claiming it "wasn't him."
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The couple welcomed their second child just weeks earlier, in February.
The Kylie Cosmetics mogul, 24, shared the news on her Instagram Story after posting several videos and photos dedicated to the baby.
She wrote: "FYI our sons name isn't Wolf anymore
"We just really didn't feel like it was him.
Kylie continued: "Just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere."
Neither Kylie nor Travis have revealed their son's new name.
The baby’s full legal name at birth was Wolf Jacques Webster.
He took his middle name and surname from his dad, 30-year-old Travis Scott, whose legal name is actually Jacques Berman Webster II.
It’s possible that Kylie and Travis may simply switch the middle and first names around, or lose the name Wolf altogether.
The decision to switch up their son's moniker comes amid drama surrounding the name.
Kylie has been accused of stealing the name from former friend Tammy Hembrow.
The fitness model's son – born four years prior to the Keeping Up With the Kardashian's alums – has the same unique name.
It's not the first time Kylie has had a change of heart about a name.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum, 24, had intended to call her first child "Stormie" (with an "e") and even bought toys and clothes inscribed with that spelling.
However, after a week of calling her daughter "Stormie," she decided to knock off the "e" on the end and just call her "Stormi."
Kylie revealed she had been looking at weather-themed names like "Storm," while chatting to makeup vlogger James Charles in 2018.
However, the star wanted the name to end with "ie" like her name does.
She explained: "It was always Stormie with an 'ie.' I bought custom things for her that said her name, 'ie'.
"I bought her the blocks, 'ie.' I didn't fully choose her name, I wanted to have a week of just me and her to see if I wanted to change it."
The beauty mogul went on: "I had one other name in mind, but Stormi always felt like her name from when she was in the womb. It's almost like she chose her name."
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Kylie decided to make the jump to "Stormi" – who is now four years old – when she went to finalize the tot's birth certificate.
"I hung up the phone and I was like 'damn, guess that's her name,'" she recalled.
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