Khloe Kardashian Gives Birth to a Ton of Infidelity Jokes With Her Baby Name Reveal

Irony, thy name is True Thompson, Twitter wags declare

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What’s in a name? If you’re Khloe Kardashian’s newborn daughter, a lot of jokes about your father’s level of faithfulness.

“Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star Kardashian took to social media on Monday to reveal the name of her daughter with basketball player Tristan Thompson, born last week.

“Our little girl, True Thompson, has completely stolen our hearts and we are overwhelmed with LOVE,” Kardashian wrote. “Such a blessing to welcome this angel into the family! Mommy and Daddy loooooove you True!”

Which might have just one more addition to the list of unusual baby names from the Kardhasian family, if not for recent reports from People, among others, that the NBA player has been accused of cheating on Kardashian while she was pregnant.

The name and the circumstances surrounding it sent a wave of wags rushing to social media to weigh in.

“How Khloé gonna name her baby True Thompson when her daddy didn’t stay to True to her momma???” asked one Twitter user.

“True Thompson sounds like Khloé Kardashian got sick of answering questions about Tristan Thompson’s cheating and just decided, ‘My daughter’s name is the answer. It’s True,’” mused another.

Meanwhile, Perez Hilton offered, “‘True’ Thompson. Clearly not named after Daddy.”

“Isn’t True Thompson an Oxymoron?” asked another joker.

“The irony of Khloe Kardashian’s baby’s name is too much. TRUE THOMPSON,” observed yet another Twitter user.

And so on.

As the Twit-wits had a chuckle over the name of the new arrival, Kardashian’s mother, Kris Jenner, explained on Instagram that the name True is not unprecedented in the family.

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

Read on for more reactions.