Rob Kardashian Defends North West As A “Cool” Name, Convinces No One

Rob Kardashian and his mother promote 'Arthur George by Robert Kardashian' socks at Kardashian Khaos inside The Mirage Resort and Casino

Rob Kardashian and his mother promote ‘Arthur George by Robert Kardashian’ socks at Kardashian Khaos inside The Mirage Resort and Casino

First of all, good god. Who ARE these people? Why does Rob Kardashian even exist? We realize we’re complicit, but still.

Anyway, the big entertainment stories this week were mainly the revelation that Paula Deen considered slavery as a cute wedding theme and Kanye West and Kim Kardashian named the Adversary their new baby North West. Pop culture and those who love it responded to this news with a collective jaw dropping, baby snarking.

But that didn’t stop another member of the Kardashians from imposing himself on us. Rob Kardashian, sock couturier and possible Rita Ora cuckold, would like you to know he thinks it’s pretty cool (and that he knows Kanye personally):

“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,’” he revealed to Seacrest, who produces the family’s reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians. “Like, you know everyone’s going to say, ‘Oh, you’re coming up with some weird celebrity, crazy name.’ You know how it is.”

“[But] North West, it sounds cool!” he added. “And North is the highest point, so it has a lot of meaning to it.”

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand we’re done. Everybody sit down; we’re not going to find a better oblivious, idiotic insight from the mouth of a marginally famous person than “And North is the highest point, so it has a lot of meaning to it.”

(Us Weekly, photo via Wenn)

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    • Sean

      Why couldn’t they just name the baby Southby South West and be done with it?

      • anna

        I don’t want that baby associated with my town!

      • Sean

        But…it would be subtle! Southby would be pronounced Southbee. :)

    • Nancy

      I read that somewhere else, that they named her/him that because it’s ‘up’ or ‘high.’ If they wanted a highest point I think Everest would’ve been better. I wouldn’t call north ‘high’ except maybe on a map.