Internet sensation/walking meme Trisha Paytas has given birth to her and her husband Moses Hacmon’s first baby. It’s a girl! And they named their daughter… wait for it… Malibu Barbie. Yep, 34-year-old Trisha named her daughter after a Barbie doll from the ’70s. Hey, on the plus side, none of little Malibu’s classmates will get the reference, so the bullying could be minimal (but probably not).
Trisha announced the birth of baby Malibu on social media:
Best day ever Meet our daughter – Malibu Barbie Paytas Hacmon 💕 born 09.14.22
Last week, right around the same time THE QUEEN died, rumors began swirling that Trisha had gone into labor. Immediately, social media exploded with the very sane theory that the soul of the Queen would be reincarnated into Trisha’s newborn child:
The soul of Queen Elizabeth flying across the globe to Trisha Paytas’ baby rn pic.twitter.com/qNu7ff4YEE
— rick (@trulyrick) September 8, 2022
Unfortunately, it was all just gossip. Trisha was still with child, and she had to break the bad news to fans:
I texted my boyfriend the exciting news about Trisha, and he rudely responded, “I don’t know who any of these people are.” Ugh! For those of you who are equally ignorant, Trisha Paytas is a YouTuber/social media star/podcaster/singer. Around these parts, you might know her as the girl who once claimed she and Aaron Carter were a thing. In short, she’s an “internet personality” who does a lot of random shit with her money. For example, remaking this stunning duet from The Lizzie McGuire Movie for seemingly no reason:
She’s also given her 7.2 million TikTok followers numerous versions of Steve Martin’s 1978 novelty banger, “King Tut”:
#euphoric will prob delete. Prob offensive
And just so happens to be one of the most meme-able human beings on God’s green Earth:
Get ready, Malibu Barbie, you’re in for the ride of your life! And, this time, it ain’t a pink Corvette.