You probably should report that (using the "report" function (might be a flag icon on your interface/app/whatever), and check the box labeled "My answer should be accepted".
"Ka‘iulani" being the name of the last crown princess of Hawaii, feels strongly feminine to me, but the baby-naming resources on the web claim it can be used as a boy's name. See, for instance, https://www.babynamewizard.com/baby-name/girl/kaiulani
So far I don't see a satisfactory explanation of word order for equational sentences (and I'm not sure what context would make a difference?). Does this explanation work?:
In English "Ka'iulani" is the subject of the sentence, and "her friend" is a predicate nominative. If Hawaiian sentences are typically VSO, then the order would be (implied verb) / subject / object and the predicate nominative is nominally (? I can't think of a different word?) the object ... so this sentence order would follow that rule. (Does that make sense??)