Kendall Jenner Rumors

Blake Griffin recently participated in Comedy Central’s roast of Alec Baldwin, but the NBA star also didn’t hold back when it came to making a few jokes aimed at ex-girlfriend Kendall Jenner’s parent Caitlyn Jenner. “I know we’re all here making fun of Caitlyn, but honestly I want to take this moment to publicly thank you. As an athlete, I want to thank you for bravery. And as a human, I want to thank you for the doors you’ve opened,” the 30-year-old basketball player said in a preview of the upcoming segment. “And on behalf of the entire NBA and half of the rappers on the Billboard charts, I want to thank you for giving your daughters their daddy issues,” he jokingly added.
Kendall Jenner was seen over Labor Day weekend enjoying attention from two NBA stars — an ex as well as a rumored suitor. Sources said that the supermodel was at Soho Beach House in Malibu “playing [party game] Cards Against Humanity with Blake Griffin,” her ex-boyfriend and former LA Clippers star. That’s when current LA Lakers player “Kyle Kuzma showed up, and both athletes were jockeying for attention,” our spy said.
Kendall Jenner and Ben Simmons did what lots of couples do when the holiday season rolls around — hit up an ice skating rink so the guy can watch his GF twirl like she’s Kristi Yamaguchi … but she isn’t. Kendall and Ben hit up Philadelphia’s Rothman Institute Ice Rink on Monday — although Kendall was the only one brave enough to slip on a pair of skates.
There were a reported 1,481 fans at Drexel’s Daskalakis Athletic Center on Saturday. Incredibly, the Philadelphia 76ers’ Ben Simmons and Kendall Jenner — who have been reported to be dating for some time — were among those who took in the Dragons’ game against Robert Morris. Their attendance in the bleachers at the Philadelphia university gym was spotted by cameras during Drexel’s 82-69 win. That came one night after Jenner was spotted courtside at the 76ers’ game against the Washington Wizards sitting next to Ben Simmons’ mother. It was also reported that T.J. McConnell was in attendance at the game. The Pittsburgh native’s brother, Matty McConnell, plays for Robert Morris, located near the Steel City.
Kevin Durant’s 30th birthday is right around the corner (Sept. 29), and the Warriors’ superstar celebrated in a way fitting NBA royalty. Guests included Warriors teammate Draymond Green, NBA stars Kyrie Irving and Carmelo Anthony, and celebrities like Chris Rock, Kendall Jenner, and Swizz Beats, Cam’ron, Jim Jones and Jus Ske provided some entertainment. But what really set the event apart from your run of the mill star party, according to Page Six, was a video toast delivered by none other than former president Barack Obama.
NBA star Kevin Durant celebrated his upcoming 30th birthday on Saturday night in New York at trendy seafood eatery the Pool — with pals including Chris Rock, Kendall Jenner, Karlie Kloss, Kyrie Irving, Carmelo Anthony and Swizz Beatz. An insider told us, “Kevin’s friend and business partner Rich Kleiman gave a speech, and Virgil [Abloh] gave him a specially designed bottle of Moët. A video also played in which Barack Obama made a toast.”