Celeb Youtuber Trisha Paytas has been criticized for naming her newborn daughter Malibu Barbie

soutube and Only Vance star Trisha Baitas She shocked the internet world this week when she announced the name of her new daughter: Malibu Barbie. A clear homage to the famous doll created by the giant toy maker Mattel Corporation In 1959.

“You have arrived. Meet our daughter, Malibu Barbie Paytas Hickmon. She was born on 09.14.22. ’,” Paytas announced via its social media channels.

While some people were supportive, Youtube She received a lot of backlash that criticized the choice of name and considered it a “burden” to carry for the rest of her life. One response with more than 2,000 likes asked: “Please tell me you didn’t curse your child by name Malibu Barbie“.

Malibu Barbie is known as the most popular doll in the Barbie line of toys. according to Mattel official website: “In 1971” Malibu Barbie debuted with a new face sculpt, including the addition of an open smile with pearly white teeth, and thanks to the wave of feminism and women’s empowerment, she directed her bright blue eyes forward for the first time. time. Malibu Barbie was the ultimate surfing girl, tanned with long, sleek hair.

Who is Trisha Paytas and what is she famous for?

Trisha Paytas is an American YouTuber, singer and cheerleader. Paytas’ YouTube channel consists of a variety of content including lifestyle oriented vlogs, music videos, and mukbangs. As of this summer, it has amassed nearly 5.15 million subscribers and 1 billion lifetime views.

in the fall of 2019, Bites She came out as a transgender man online, but denied wanting to change her consciences. She was heavily criticized for this for defining herself previously as a “hard chicken,” “obviously in a funny way. In a 2021 interview, she said that when she came out as transgender in 2019,” she didn’t have the vocabulary to describe it at the time. Two months later, Bytas released a video on her main YouTube channel, in which she discussed her past gender confusion and confirmed her non-binary identity again. She has since changed her pronouns to /they.


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