Should Khloe Kardashian Have Given Her Baby Tristan Thompson’s Last Name?

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Ooops… Should I have posted a photo of Tristan and Khloe? Well, I didn’t.

We all know a few days ago, Khloe delivered Tristan’s baby, a healthy baby girl, which she name True Thompson. Now the name True has some sort of family origin explained below by grandma, Kris Jenner.

“I’m so excited to welcome my precious little granddaughter True!!! FUN FACT… my Grandfather’s name on my Dad’s side was True Otis Houghton….my real Dad’s name was Robert True Houghton…so i am so excited Khloe named her daughter True!!! #lovebug #familytradition #family,” 

Now the last name Thompson, of course, comes from the baby daddy, Tristan ‘The Third Trimester’ Thompson. So here’s my question. Should Khloe had given her baby girl Tristan’s last name? And not just Khloe, what do you think about mother’s giving their children the last name two timing, sucker ass, fathers?

Before anyone brings up my situation, let me explain. My kid’s father and I were not married when I had my first son. In all actuality, his ass was locked up for 3 years on a probation violation. Yes, I did give my son his father’s last name but before he got locked up, he wasn’t a two timing, no good, scum bag. I was the only chick who had secured his d**k. So I have room to talk. If you don’t think I do, then please check me in the comments.

Personally, the way Tristan did Khloe, If I were her, I would have given the baby Lamar’s last name. Shit, I might of even named the baby after the rapper ‘The Game’.

So is giving the baby the last name of the father TECHNICALLY the right thing to do? In the rich community, is it socially acceptable? I don’t quite understand. When it comes down to the come down, the Kardashians are going to be the family that REALLY holds this baby down while Tristan allegedly takes his erectile dysfunction medication to spread his seeds elsewhere.

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