Kendall Jenner and Bad Bunny knew going in that their romance wasn’t going to last forever, a source told Entertainment Tonight. As news of their breakup broke yesterday, multiple sources spoke out to outlets about what happened in the relationship and what led them to call it quits a few weeks ago. A source confirmed the breakup to People.
A separate insider told Entertainment Tonight that Jenner and Bunny were not ready to settle down. “Kendall and Bad Bunny have been doing their own things lately, and things slowly started to fizzle out between them,” that source said. “They both knew going into this that it likely wouldn’t be a forever type of relationship, and that was mutually understood from the get-go. They have crazy busy schedules and know they’re still young and have a lot more to experience individually before settling down.” The source added that there “isn’t any negativity between them, and they still want the best for one another.”
The Messenger, which broke news of their breakup, got similar intel from its own source. “There’s no bad blood,” a source close to Jenner said. “They are even still in contact. Their relationship had been rocky due to their busy schedules.” With Bunny preparing to go on tour in 2024, Jenner “felt the relationship truly ran its course.”
Neither Bunny nor Jenner has commented on the breakup. Jenner first sparked rumors of a split on November 14 with a vague Instagram caption. “What’s meant for me, will simply find me,” she wrote then.
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