The relationship is “not anything very serious,” a source told E! News. Kendall Jenner and the Los Angeles Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson spent the Fourth of July weekend together at an Airbnb house in Malibu, reports said.
Are trips to San Antonio with rumored beau, Jordan Clarkson, in the busy, star-studded itinerary of Kendall Jenner?
If the summer continues to fan the flames between the two, perhaps their Los Angeles love story will feature a “meet the parents” chapter when the California starlet visits the Wagner High School graduate’s Alamo City hometown.
But for now, friends are saying the young millionaires are keeping things casual despite being seen frolicking through the Golden State glamour scene.
Insiders told E! News Clarkson and Jenner are “casually dating” in a “super laid back” relationship.
Another person told the site neither Jenner, 20, or Clarkson, 24, are looking for a serious commitment, but instead “are simply hanging out when they are both in town.”
The holiday weekend proved to be one of those instances when they were spotted at a few haute hot spots. First, at the Beverly Hills Hotel and then at Bootsy Bellows’ “Red White and Bootsy” party, E! News reported. A source told the site the Fourth of July fun continued for the two at a Malibu home rented by Jenner.
According to one of People’s sources, the two are keeping public canoodling on the back burner, but Clarkson is undoubtedly “into” the Kardashians’ little sister.
“He’s become really close friends with her group any they’re still seeing each other, but it’s not a serious situation,” according to People’s source. “They keep things low-key when they’re in public, but in private they’re very much together and affectionate. He’s really into her.”
Dating gossip was fueled earlier this year when they were spotted enjoying each other’s company at The Nice Guy, a West Hollywood bar and lounge in April. Later that month, a video surfaced of the athlete jumping over the 5-foot-10 model at Coachella, SB Nation reported.
Clarkson’s reported deal to stay with the Lakers for another four years in a $50 million contract puts the budding L.A. romance in an optimal position.