Rob praises Kim and Kanye West's daughter name, North West, saying that the name 'has a lot of meaning' and telling the couple to do things they like and ignore haters.
Rob Kardashian defended his sister Kim Kardashian's baby unique moniker during a phone call to Ryan Seacrest's KIIS FM radio show. In the Wednesday, June 26, radio interview, Rob told Ryan that he supported Kim and Kanye West's decision to pick an unusual name for their baby daughter.
"I told Kim and Kanye this: I'm like, 'Yo, people are always going to talk whether it's good or bad. There's always going to be the haters, but do what you guys feel. Like, you know everyone's going to say, 'Oh, you're coming up with some weird celebrity, crazy name.' ' You know how it is," Rob explained.
"[But] North West, it sounds cool! [And] North is the highest point, so it has a lot of meaning to it. I'm happy the baby is healthy and my sister is healthy," the sock designer added. He also said that he was planning to get a giant animal stuff for baby Nori. "The baby came a month early. It's so small. She needs a big stuffed animal," the proud uncle explained.
Previously, Nori's grandmother, Kris Jenner, also talked about the unique moniker on "The View". "I love the name North. I'm pro-North, absolutely. The way [Kim] explained it to me, north means highest power, and North is their highest point together. I thought that was really sweet," she replied, after Barbara Walters asked her feeling about the name.
Kris, however, refused to show pictures of Kim and Kanye's bundle of joy to public. "You've taken lots of photos. You want to show me your cellphone, I mean, can you show me some pictures of the baby?" Matt Lauer asked as she stopped by "Today" show on June 25. The 57-year-old TV personality replied jokingly, "I'd have to kill you if I showed you my cellphone. I'm erasing them all right after this."