Kendall Jenner’s pals aren’t surprised she and Bad Bunny have called time on their short-lived romance, according to a report.
The pair have called it quits after dating for less than a year — but the supermodel’s friends reportedly saw the breakup coming from miles away.
“Friends aren’t surprised that Kendall and Bad Bunny have broken up,” a source told Us Weekly. “They never really saw their relationship going the distance anyway.”
According to the insider, some of Jenner’s pals weren’t convinced that the pair’s romance was all that deep.
“Of course, they want the best for their friend, but they really didn’t feel like Kendall was as compatible with Bad Bunny as she was in past relationships with other people,” the insider went on.
“At the same time, Kendall has had a few on-off relationships in the past, so they wouldn’t be totally surprised if she got back together with him at some point.”
Earlier this week, an insider told “Entertainment Tonight” that the two “have been doing their own things lately and things slowly started to fizzle out between them.
The news came after the “Kardashians” star was spotted in Aspen, Colo., on Saturday sans the Puerto Rican rapper — whose real name is Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio — by her side.
Jenner was spotted smiling alongside pals Lauren Perez and David Waltzer as she bundled up for the winter weather in an oversized fur coat that boasts a price tag upwards of $6,000.
The duo, who sparked dating rumors in February, had been notoriously private about their relationship.
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In fact, the “Dakiti” rapper told Vanity Fair in October that he doesn’t owe the public any explanation about his personal life.
“They don’t know how you feel, they don’t know how you live, they don’t know anything, and I really don’t want them to know,” he said at the time.
“I’m not really interested in clarifying anything because I have no commitment to clarify anything to anyone.”
Jenner first fueled split rumors in mid-November after sharing a cryptic message on Instagram that read, “What’s meant for me, will simply find me.”
Page Six has reached out to reps for Jenner and Bad Bunny for comment.