Wolf Van Halen breathes calmly in the middle of Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott’s decision to change their newborn son’s name.
The 31-year-old musician and son of the late Eddie Van Halen expressed his relief over the announcement on Twitter Monday night. retweet and article about it and write, “THANK YOU F —.”
Fans responded to Wolf with a series of funny references to other celebrities by the name, including Wolf Blitzer.
“You forget the best 🍕,” Wolf wrote in response to a fan who shares a GIF of the famous chef Wolfgang Puck.
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Jenner, 24, announced the arrival of his second child with Scott, 30, on February 6 – four days after his birth on February 2. The two also share their 4-year-old daughter Stormi.
The Kylie Cosmetics mogul revealed her baby’s name as Wolf less than a week later. His birth certificate stated his middle name as Jacques, apparently a nod to his father, whose birth name is Jacques Webster.
kyliejenner / Instagram Kylie Jenner’s Instagram story
But on Monday, Jenner wrote on his Instagram story: “To know, our sons [sic] the name is no longer a wolf. “
“We just really did not feel like it was him. Just wanted to share because I keep seeing Wolf everywhere,” she added along with a praying hand emoji.
The mother of two has not announced her baby’s new name, or whether his middle name will also be changed.
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Although Wolf (Van Halen) certainly has a unique name, he recently admitted in an interview with PEOPLE that he sometimes finds himself making similar moves as his late father Eddie when he’s on stage.
“I just go up there and be myself. However, there have been a handful of moments where I’ve done something and then I realize, ‘Oh s —, Dad used to do it all the time on stage,'” he said. In December. “And I realized that the way he moved, or the way he smiled when he played something, might be like, ‘Oh, f —, he wanted to do that all the time.’ “
Wolf added, “And it’s like, I could not even control it. It’s just happening. It’s pretty funny.”
Wolf (via his band Mammoth WVH)’s debut single “Distance” has been nominated for best rock song at the 2022 Grammy Awards, and he is currently on the road with the rock band Dirty honey to the massive Young Guns Tour.