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Kim Kardashian's baby: Crazy conspiracy theories about her birth

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The birth of Kim Kardashian's baby girl has sparked a few conspiracy theories about her early arrival. A June 15 report by Celebitchy mentions the rumors that Kim's baby arrived five weeks early before asking readers to be kind in the comments. Unfortunately, this didn't stop some from accusing Kim of crazy birth shenanigans like having labor induced early in an effort to get back to her pre-pregnancy weight ASAP.

Other readers think that it's more likely that Kim just lied about her due date because she was embarrassed by how quickly she got pregnant after hooking up with Kanye West or because she wanted to keep the press from hounding her too much. Some also speculate that Kim is faking this early birth to get sympathy or that she fibbed about her due date so that it would associated with Kate Middleton's July due date.

However, others think that Kim really did give birth early -- there are some who believe that Kim's body reacted badly to all the travel she's been doing or the stress caused by Leyla Ghobadi's allegations that Kanye cheated on Kim with her. Then there are comments like this one by Deb: "Gotta wonder if Kim conveniently 'felt ill' (got induced) while ‘Ye was still in LA to force him to 'be there' at the birth? I put nothing past the famewhoring Kuntrashian Klan and Lucifer’s Homegirl." A reader going by the name "m" wrote something similar: "Im willing to bet that she was planning on being induced early the whole time because pregnancy does the most damage to your body in the last few weeks, and it makes it almost impossible to go back to how you looked before. Kim is vapid and vain, I wouldnt put that past her even for a second."

Kim might be addicted to fame, but it's to be hoped that she wouldn't put her baby at risk to try to save her body. Unfortunately, a lot of her haters will probably point to the throwback Thursday photo she recently posted that features her old bikini body. She posted it along with the message, "Can't wait to go back."

One of the craziest conspiracy theories is that Kim Kardashian wanted to give birth on 6/15/2013 because the date can be broke down like this: 6/1+5=6/2+0+1+3=6. If you do this math, you get 6/6/6. Since 666 is the Number of the Beast, Kimye's poor child is probably going to get labeled as the Antichrist or connected to the Illuminati. It's kind of similar to the conspiracy involving Blue Ivy -- remember how the letter's in her name were claimed to stand for Born Living Under Evil Illuminati's Very Youngest?

At least some commenters were a little kinder to Kim -- they speculated that her baby's early birth might have something to do with Kim suffering from a health condition like preeclampsia or high blood pressure.

According to USA Today, the baby weighed under five pounds, and Kim has told friends that her little girl will have a K name. Some name suggestions in the Celebitchy comments include Krist (which fits with Kanye West's Yeezus theme), Knorth, Khaos, Konsequence Kouture, and Kalabasas Vividienne Dorothy-Riccye. However, with all of the crazy speculation about the poor kid, perhaps she should simply be dubbed "Konspiracy."

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