Man, talk about a couple of days for the Philadelphia 76ers.
Just hours after general manager Bryan Colangelo was allegedly caught trolling his players with burner Twitter accounts, now it’s the turn of star rookie Ben Simmons to catch some heat.
Simmons had recently been dating R&B singer Tinashe, but reportedly broke up with the pint-sized songstress for doing ‘Kardashian shit’.
Ironically enough, he’s now dating one of their sisters in Kendall Jenner. But that’s not even the juiciest part of the story. No, that comes courtesy of Tinashe’s brother who says Ben Simmons cheated on her with Kendall Jenner.
Via MTO News:
According to a person close to Ben, Tinashe was “doing Kardashian sh*t.”
One of Ben’s homies explained why Ben had to CUT his R&B songstress girlfriend loose. The insider explained, “She is way to public with everything. They just started dating and this girl is calling up paparazzi and sh*t like that.”
And then Page Six weighs in:
Kendall Jenner is dating Philadelphia 76er Ben Simmons, multiple sources tell Page Six exclusively.
An insider familiar with the duo said the romance has been going on “for a few weeks.”
Another source told us the pair was spotted this week on a lunch date at the Beverly Hills Hotel. And a third source said that Jenner, 22, and Simmons, 21, were seen last week in Manhattan with a group of friends at the clubby Bowery restaurant Vandal.
Security measures seemed to have been taken to ensure Kendall and Ben enjoyed their night hassle free,” said a witness. “They were smiling the night away with their friends.”
Here is Tinashe’s brother putting Ben Simmons on blast:
Never met you before in my life. days after u break my sis heart u do this… ppl all lied on her talking fake news about my sis *doing kardashian shit * u cheat on her w a Jenner 😂 DONOVAN MITCHELL ROY fuck nigga https://t.co/xjmm2E2mRq
— kudi (@kudikaching) May 30, 2018
this my grandma man… twitter is such a mean place sadly. love u grandma https://t.co/mNC3PCaApA
— kudi (@kudikaching) May 29, 2018
Guess somebody didn’t want to trust the process.