She replied to the fan and said, "yeah i cut my baby out".
After the 20-year-old shared a new selfie in which she appeared to have cropped Stormi out of the shot, fans began speculating about the reasoning behind the move, prompting Jenner to explain her decision.
Kylie has also deleted any previously uploaded pictures that showed Stormi's face, meaning only a few now remain that only give a glimpse at the baby girl, including the name reveal and the beauty mogul pushing a designer Fendi buggy.
The reality star didn't elaborate on the reason for the change but, for all you Stormi fans out there, her response to the commenter does seem only temporary. 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.
Another photo of Jenner celebrating Stormi's first month is still on the platform too.
Kylie Jenner is no stranger to a social media hiatus after she went silent online as rumours circulated that she was expecting her first child.
Of course, we can't say for sure why Kylie would do this, but it's not completely surprising. Jenner responded by saying, "Yeah I cut my baby out".
"My pregnancy was one I chose not to do in front of the world", she wrote on Instagram following Stormi's birth.
Kylie seems happier than ever since her daughter way born.
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