HAVE MERCY! CELEB KIDS WITH INTERESTING NAMES

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A name is the first thing that employers see on a resume and the last thing that people see on gravestones. Although a name is an important factor that gives each person their own identity, some celeb parents take the business of naming their kids to another level of creativity and individualism. Check out these celebrity kids who have the most unique names around.

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Cymphonique, Mercy, Vercy, Hercy…

Master P let creativity take full effect when naming all of his kids. There’s Romeo Miller, Vercy Miller, Intylyana Miller, Tytyana Miller, Itali Miller, Hercy Miller, Mercy Miller, Veno Miller and Cymphonique Miller.  Master P must have been letting the creative juices run wild when he was thinking of names.

Ocean Whitaker

Forest was thinking of the water when he named his son Ocean. The award winning actor also has three other kids who go by the names of Sonnet, True, and Autumn. Interesting.

Jermajesty Jackson

Royalty was on Jermaine’s mind when he named his youngest son Jermajesty. The musician has two kids with the tween’s mom, Alejandra Oaziaza, and eight kids in all.

Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa

Actress Lisa Bonet and Jason Moma put a lot of time and effort into naming their little prince. Nakoa, whose first name means “warrior”, will need all the strength he can summon up to live up to his name.


Mars Merkaba Thedford

Erykah Badu was thinking of the universe when she named her daughter Mars four years ago. Badu and rapper Jay Electronica, a.k.a. Timothy Elpadaro Thedford, welcomed their little one into the world on February 1, 2009.

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Which celeb kids do you think have the most unique names in Hollywood? Let us know in the comments section below!

 

 

Sarie

Sarie

Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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