Hello, all. Here's something that just came to mind... (and forgive me if my reasoning is naive) When a star collapses to become a neutron star, its angular momentum is conserved, so neutron stars can rotate very quickly. Now, if it collapses further to a singularity, won't its angular momentum approach infinity (no matter how slowly it was spinning before)? How can there be a black hole with a finite angular momentum? By that same logic, wouldn't any infinitely-rotating black hole automatically become a naked singularity?