Kendall Jenner, 27, stepped out to help her beau Dangerous Bunny, 29, after he hosted and served as musical visitor on Saturday Evening Stay over the weekend. The mannequin was photographed attending the afterparty at Le’Avenue in NYC with the rapper in addition to different celebrities. She wore a tan jacket over a black high and black pants with a belt and black flat sneakers. She additionally had her lengthy hair down and rocked flattering make-up as she flashed a smile to onlookers.
Dangerous Bunny wore a brown sweater and dishevelled black pants with boots. He additionally added a blue baseball cap and was seen strolling behind Kendall at one level. Different stars that confirmed as much as the occasion included Mick Jagger, Woman Gaga, who was hand in hand with ex Michael Polansky, and Pedro Pascal.
The SNL afterparty comes after Dangerous Bunny made headlines for giving a nod to Kendall throughout one of many promos for the present. Within the promo, he was standing and speaking with solid member Heidi Gardner when he hilariously swatted a mosquito away from her face. He additionally instructed her, “Watch out, Heidi! The mosquitoes” earlier than she flirtatiously laughed in response to the “heroic” act.
The joke appeared to reference a video from a trip with Kendall by which the 2 of them have been out having fun with nature in a viral clip. Within the video, they got here throughout a chipmunk and the lady who’s believed to be Kendall mentioned, “the cutest factor ever” and tried to lure it nearer. “Mami, watch out,” Dangerous Bunny mentioned. She then requested, “Rabies?” to which he replied, “The mosquitos.”
Kendall and Dangerous Bunny first sparked courting rumors in February, however have been fairly non-public about their romance. They have been seen getting cozy at Coachella, and have additionally been on varied outings and holidays collectively. In June 2023, Dangerous Bunny revealed how vital it was to maintain his love life as non-public as attainable. “Folks know every little thing about me, so what’s left for me to guard? My non-public life, my private life,” he instructed Rolling Stone on the time.