Kylie Jenner Deletes All Pictures Of Stormi Webster From Instagram

Kylie Jenner Deletes All Pictures Of Stormi Webster From Instagram

Kylie Jenner Deletes All Pictures Of Stormi Webster From Instagram

The make-up mogul didn't provide a reason as to why she has decided no to share pics of her baby girl however, it may have something to do with the recent fan conspiracy theory that Kylie's bodyguard, Tim Chung, is Stormi's father.

It's not yet known why Kylie has made a decision to limit what she shares online regarding her daughter, but this isn't the first time she has opted to restrict what's posted on Instagram.

In addition, if you go through Kylie's Instagram, you'll notice she seemingly deleted all photos that included Stormi's face. Now, only three photos of Stormi remain on her mother's profile: the very first picture fans were treated to, which announced her name as "Stormi Webster", and two others where the infant's face is obscured.

This has led fans to notice that the 20-year-old has deleted nearly all pictures of Stormi from her Instagram page, which is followed by 109 million people.


While we're hoping that this is just another temporary social media hiatus for Stormi, her mum gave no indication as to if and when she'd start posting pictures of her again. She captioned the image, "i spy with my little eye..." which is fitting since in the corner of the pic, you can see the teeniest slither of her daughter Stormi Webster's head. But apparently the choice to hide her daughter's face was deliberate.

"I cut my baby out", Kylie wrote online.

The young entrepreneur took herself out of the limelight while she was pregnant with Stormi because she wanted to focus on the "next chapter" of her life and, although people were speculating that she was expecting her first child, Kylie didn't confirm the news until she had given birth to the tiny tot and shared a cute montage of the past nine months.

However, it seems like the social media Stormi is over ... for now.

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