For babies around a year old, the typical solid-food diet might consist mainly of pureed fruits and veggies. But Stormi Webster is not the typical one-year-old baby. No, the daughter of billionaire beauty mogul Kylie Jenner and "husband" Travis Scott has rather more elevated tastes. (What else did you expect?)
Stormi's favorite food is — wait for it — sushi. And not just ordinary sushi... but fancy L.A. restaurant sushi. Because of course.
This according to mom Kylie, who revealed the fun fact on friend Heather Sanders' YouTube account, with video clips from the girlfriends' date at Katsuya restaurant over the holiday weekend. Wouldn't you know, the clip revealed, it was Sanders' first time trying sushi. But Kylie's been enjoying the stuff since she was in middle school (even though she says her famous family didn't really eat it back then). And she's passed down her appreciation for the good stuff to her daughter. Her baby daughter.
"Stormi loves sushi," she told Sanders. And — shooting down the trolls before they could weigh in on the matter — she added, "I don't feed her anything raw."
Kylie explained that Stormi, "just loves edamame" when they dine at Nobu. "They'll bring the whole thing of edamame. She will not stop until they're all gone. She'll eat a whole bowl of soy sauce rice."
Stormi celebrated her first birthday with a truly jaw-dropping birthday party in February — but it was actually a month earlier that Stormi tried sushi for the first time at Nobu Malibu.
Just for scale, at Nobu Malibu, a single Wagyu taco will set you back $15 (with a minimum order of two), and 16-ounce prime New York strip with mushrooms is $92. And that's why you don't want to get stuck with the bill there when dining with Stormi's Uncle Kanye West.
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