- ‘Jojo Rabbit’ is a sweet, singular movie that loses its grip on satire 2 Years Ago
- Jordan Peterson is in rehab for Klonopin addiction 2 Years Ago
- The cat-worshipping turkey cult video, explained 2 Years Ago
- Despite legal threats and drama, the Area 51 desert event is on 2 Years Ago
- How to stream Yair Rodriguez vs. Jeremy Stephens on UFC Fight Night 2 Years Ago
- Twitter just launched its ‘Hide Replies’ feature Today 1:59 PM
- How to turn off image metadata before it snitches on you Today 1:36 PM
- The ‘Breaking Bad’ movie is coming to theaters—for one weekend only Today 1:04 PM
- Teens recorded, shared videos of mall fight that ended in fatal stabbing Today 12:44 PM
- How to stream Giants vs. Buccaneers in Week 3 Today 12:31 PM
- Report: Ben Carson made transphobic comments at HUD meeting Today 12:30 PM
- Where to buy the Switch Lite and everything else you need to know Today 12:28 PM
- Facebook is experimenting with apps targeting teens Today 12:21 PM
- #LiveFromTheArea51Raid: Memes and highlights from the desert Today 12:06 PM
- Ready for Dark Mode? Here’s how to get it, and everything else in iOS 13 Today 11:41 AM
Kylie Jenner on Monday posted her first selfie since giving birth to daughter Stormi on Feb. 1, the internet’s baby of the moment: The unusual name became an instant meme, and her Instagram announcement became the most-liked post ever, amassing 14 million hearts in 24 hours. Here’s the 20-year-old fashion icon in her Bentley, fresh off a trip to a baby shower for social media icon, boutique owner, and ally Heather Sanders:
For his part, father Travis Scott traveled last weekend to his hometown of Missouri City, Texas, where he received a key to the city. According to TMZ, he spent the whole weekend on FaceTime with Mom and Stormi. He’s apparently all smiles since becoming a dad and plans to tour less going forward to be around more.
On Feb. 4, the parents posted “To Our Daughter,” a YouTube video announcing the birth of Stormi.
H/T Daily Mail
Ramon Ramirez is the news director, and formerly the Dot's entertainment editor and evening editor. His work has appeared in the Washington Post, Grantland, Washington City Paper, Austin American-Statesman, and Austin Monitor.