Trisha Paytas fans beg her to reconsider after she shares name of unborn second child

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By Asiya Ali

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Trisha Paytas has revealed the name of her unborn second child, but not everyone is a fan of it.

On Tuesday (November 21), the 35-year-old YouTuber excitedly announced that she and her husband Moses Hacmon, 46, are expecting their second baby together.

The couple shared the happy news on Instagram by posting a picture of the father holding their eldest daughter Malibu Barbie, 14 months, who is sporting a cream-colored jumper that says "Big Sister".

"Thankful," Paytas' caption began, nodding to Thanksgiving taking place on Thursday, November 23. The social media influencer - who is seen holding up a series of sonogram photos - added: "Baby #2 coming May 2024."

Check out Paytas' post below:

The expectant mother addressed her pregnancy on Tuesday's episode of her Just Trish podcast - which was titled "Trisha is PREGNANT With Baby Elvis" - where she disclosed that she's 13 weeks along.

Paytas also divulged with her co-host Oscar Gracey that she and her partner already have a name picked out for their new bundle of joy, stating: "Whether it's a boy or girl - it's Elvis."

"I love all names like I think they’re so cute, but I’ve always manifested Malibu and Elvis," she added, per The New York Post.

But it seems like not everyone is a fan of the name as many took to social media to express their disapproval - even pleading that Paytas "reconsiders" her choice.

One user pleaded: "Please Trisha don’t name him ELVIS…", while another interjected: "I truly hope she reconsiders that name."

A third commented that the name is a bad decision because Sofia Coppola recently released the controversial movie Priscilla, which follows the life of the 78-year-old businesswoman (played by Cailee Spaeny) and her relationship with Elvis Presley (portrayed by Jacob Elordi).

"How convenient that Trisha Paytas is naming her child Elvis, right after a huge movie came out literally this month depicting his predatory & abusive behavior. yet as usual, people don’t pick up on this when it comes to Trisha & everyone is sooo happy for her," they penned.

A fourth echoed a similar sentiment, writing: "This on the heels of the Priscilla movie is insane."

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Trisha Paytas is expecting her second child. Credit: SMXRF/Star Max / Getty

This is not the first time Paytas has caused controversy with her baby monikers as last year she made headlines after announcing that her eldest daughter was named Malibu Barbie.

"She has arrived. Malibu Barbie Paytas-Hacmon born 09.14.22 at 8.9 lbs and 21 1/2," Paytas penned on social media at the time, sharing two photos of her holding her newborn.

Many users flooded the comments section with remarks like: "Poor kid will be made fun of when she goes to school," or: "No [f***ing] way you actually named her that".

The expectant mom - who tied the knot with Hacmon in 2020 - defended her decision in an interview with E! News back in May, sharing that her baby has really grown into the persona.

"She’s like a little girl, so I just get to dress her up! Like, I was excited to have a boy or a girl, but now that she’s a girl I just, like, dress her like a mini-me. She’s so much fun... she’s very Malibu Barbie," she said.

Paytas also opened up about motherhood, expressing that despite how much she enjoys it, it still comes with its hardships.

"I don’t think anyone fully prepares you to be a mom, or a parent, and all of it is both easier and harder than I thought," she said. "On one hand, you know, changing diapers, all that stuff, it’s very easy. And then, on the other hand, it’s a lot more difficult."

"I’m like: 'Oh my gosh, you have to entertain this person and what does she like to do?' She likes to look at her hands, she likes to look at [toys] and you’re just, like, you’re figuring it all out. So it’s easier and harder than I thought.

"But it’s so perfect," she continued. "I never thought this would ever happen for me, marriage and a baby."

Featured image credit: SMXRF/Star Max / Getty

Trisha Paytas fans beg her to reconsider after she shares name of unborn second child

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By Asiya Ali

Article saved!Article saved!

Trisha Paytas has revealed the name of her unborn second child, but not everyone is a fan of it.

On Tuesday (November 21), the 35-year-old YouTuber excitedly announced that she and her husband Moses Hacmon, 46, are expecting their second baby together.

The couple shared the happy news on Instagram by posting a picture of the father holding their eldest daughter Malibu Barbie, 14 months, who is sporting a cream-colored jumper that says "Big Sister".

"Thankful," Paytas' caption began, nodding to Thanksgiving taking place on Thursday, November 23. The social media influencer - who is seen holding up a series of sonogram photos - added: "Baby #2 coming May 2024."

Check out Paytas' post below:

The expectant mother addressed her pregnancy on Tuesday's episode of her Just Trish podcast - which was titled "Trisha is PREGNANT With Baby Elvis" - where she disclosed that she's 13 weeks along.

Paytas also divulged with her co-host Oscar Gracey that she and her partner already have a name picked out for their new bundle of joy, stating: "Whether it's a boy or girl - it's Elvis."

"I love all names like I think they’re so cute, but I’ve always manifested Malibu and Elvis," she added, per The New York Post.

But it seems like not everyone is a fan of the name as many took to social media to express their disapproval - even pleading that Paytas "reconsiders" her choice.

One user pleaded: "Please Trisha don’t name him ELVIS…", while another interjected: "I truly hope she reconsiders that name."

A third commented that the name is a bad decision because Sofia Coppola recently released the controversial movie Priscilla, which follows the life of the 78-year-old businesswoman (played by Cailee Spaeny) and her relationship with Elvis Presley (portrayed by Jacob Elordi).

"How convenient that Trisha Paytas is naming her child Elvis, right after a huge movie came out literally this month depicting his predatory & abusive behavior. yet as usual, people don’t pick up on this when it comes to Trisha & everyone is sooo happy for her," they penned.

A fourth echoed a similar sentiment, writing: "This on the heels of the Priscilla movie is insane."

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Trisha Paytas is expecting her second child. Credit: SMXRF/Star Max / Getty

This is not the first time Paytas has caused controversy with her baby monikers as last year she made headlines after announcing that her eldest daughter was named Malibu Barbie.

"She has arrived. Malibu Barbie Paytas-Hacmon born 09.14.22 at 8.9 lbs and 21 1/2," Paytas penned on social media at the time, sharing two photos of her holding her newborn.

Many users flooded the comments section with remarks like: "Poor kid will be made fun of when she goes to school," or: "No [f***ing] way you actually named her that".

The expectant mom - who tied the knot with Hacmon in 2020 - defended her decision in an interview with E! News back in May, sharing that her baby has really grown into the persona.

"She’s like a little girl, so I just get to dress her up! Like, I was excited to have a boy or a girl, but now that she’s a girl I just, like, dress her like a mini-me. She’s so much fun... she’s very Malibu Barbie," she said.

Paytas also opened up about motherhood, expressing that despite how much she enjoys it, it still comes with its hardships.

"I don’t think anyone fully prepares you to be a mom, or a parent, and all of it is both easier and harder than I thought," she said. "On one hand, you know, changing diapers, all that stuff, it’s very easy. And then, on the other hand, it’s a lot more difficult."

"I’m like: 'Oh my gosh, you have to entertain this person and what does she like to do?' She likes to look at her hands, she likes to look at [toys] and you’re just, like, you’re figuring it all out. So it’s easier and harder than I thought.

"But it’s so perfect," she continued. "I never thought this would ever happen for me, marriage and a baby."

Featured image credit: SMXRF/Star Max / Getty