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Kendall Jenner Got Called Out for Cropping Rumored Boyfriend Bad Bunny Out of Her Instagram Post

Kendall Jenner posted a photo dump on Instagram of what she’s been up to lately, and fans noticed one key omission from her photos. Despite attending an NBA game where she sat courtside next to rumored boyfriend Bad Bunny, Jenner cropped him out of her Instagram photo from the game. Fans flooded her comments to ask where he was.

“Where are the pictures with Beniittooo,” one fan commented. “Post him,” another added.

Here’s the photo Jenner posted from the game:

kendall jenner's photo from the nba game without bad bunny


And here’s what her seating situation actually looked like, with Bunny next to her.

kendall jenner and bad bunny at the los angeles lakers game

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Bunny and Jenner have attended other events together before, including a Met Gala after-party. They notably did not walk the Met Gala red carpet together though.

Despite this, a source told People on May 1 that Jenner and Bunny were becoming “more serious” as a couple.

“They are very cute together. Kendall is happy,” the source said. “He is a fun guy. Very much a gentleman and charming. She likes his vibe. He is very chill. It was a slow start, but they spend almost every day together now.”

The source added that their friend groups are mixing: “He hangs out with her friends and she hangs out with his. It’s more of a relationship now. Kendall is not seeing anyone else. She really likes him.”

Jenner’s choice to not go Instagram official with Bunny just yet isn’t too surprising given her history with dating in the public eye.

Jenner has been purposely very private about her relationships compared to other members of her family throughout her time in the spotlight.

In April 2017, she spoke to Harper’s Bazaar about her reasoning: I’m not marrying anyone. I’m not engaged. There’s nothing long-term or serious like that in my life. If I’m not fully, fully in it with someone, why would I make it public to everyone else? If I don’t even know what it is, why would I let the world know?”

“I think it’s something sacred,” she added. “It’s something between two people, and nobody else’s opinion needs to be involved in it. People want to start drama. If I had a boyfriend, people are going to say all this stuff that’s probably going to cause us to break up.”

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Alyssa Bailey is the senior news and strategy editor at ELLE.com, where she oversees coverage of celebrities and royals (particularly Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton). She previously held positions at InStyle and Cosmopolitan. When she’s not working, she loves running around Central Park, making people take #ootd pics of her, and exploring New York City.

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