Judging by the model’s appearance at Simmons's game on Tuesday, she clearly doesn’t believe in the so-called “curse” and isn’t going to let some petition keep her from standing by her man.
According to People, the pair first became an item over the summer, but their relationship fizzled out in the fall. However, things appear to be back on for the lovebirds given all of Jenner’s recent spottings at the Wells Fargo Center, as well as Simmons's appearance on her social feeds.
While the team’s fans may not be so fond of the supermodel, she seems to have left quite an impression on 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin, who called the petition “ridiculous” during an interview with Business Insider last month.
“I think Kendall’s awesome. I’ve spent a bunch of time with her," he said. “I was with Kendall a few day ago and Kendall insisted on going home and getting a good night’s sleep when Ben wanted to stay out for a late dinner. So, Kendall’s been a great influence on him, and we’ve won every game she’s been at but one so far.”
Well, there you have it.
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