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Jay Z and Beyonce are officially parents to a set of twins. Word on the street is that the siblings, who arrived last month, are named Rumi and Sir. But some people around the world now think otherwise, all thanks to late night talk show host, Jimmy Kimmel.

During a segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live, folks on the streets of Hollywood were asked to congratulate the famous couple on the birth of their bundles of joy. In doing so, people were led to believe that the twins names were things such as Cucumber and Ukula.

We can’t make this sup.

While agreeing to give a shout out to the Jay and the Queen Bey, one man was told the twins names was Bong and Blunt. Other absurd combinations believed by a few naive viewers was Gonorrhea and Amoxicillin and Beebop and Rocksteady.

Listen, we know celebrities often times name their children wild outside the box monikers … and sure, Jay and Bey’s first child together is Blue Ivy .. but … Beebop and Rocksteady?! Folks, we gotta be better.

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Eniko Hart Slays On First Red Carpet Since Giving Birth; Hear What Kevin Hart Had To Say!

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Kevin Hart may be the star in the family, but it’s his wife Eniko Hart who stole the show during the premiere for his flick “Jumani: Welcome To The Jungle”.

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It was Mrs. Hart’s first red carpet since giving birth to the couple’s first child, Kenzo Kash, just three weeks ago. To say it was a snapback is an understatement. The 30-year-old, who worked out during her entire pregnancy, look sexy and svelt in a elegant black number while her superstar hubby hit the carpet in a black suit with white trim.

Although the couple faced some bumps in the road earlier this year with Kev being extorted over a video showing him cheating on his wife, the couple has bounced back. And on Tuesday night’s jungle-themed red carpet Hart told HipHollywood, “My wife is just an amazing woman … I would not be me right now without that woman in my life.”

You can see Kev, alongside Dewayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jack Black and more, when “Jumani: Welcome To The Jungle” hits theaters on December 20th.

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