Kendall Jenner went on a road trip to Sedona, Arizona with her boyfriend

Kendall Jenner goes for a cruise in her classic convertible Cadillac amid coronavirus outbreak

True story: if I had a beach house right now, I would probably go there during the pandemic. I mean, I would listen to local and state officials and if they said “don’t travel, don’t go to your beach house,” I wouldn’t travel. But I would love to be chilling out with a beach view right now. And isn’t that what California governor Gavin Newsom said? As of this week, Gov. Newsom has talked about the plan to ease some lockdown restrictions gradually, but California is still under an “essential travel only” order. But that didn’t stop Kendall Jenner from going on a road trip to Sedona, Arizona with her latest basketball-player boyfriend. CAN WE NOT.

Kendall Jenner has a special quarantine pal — NBA superstar Devin Booker — and they just social distanced in the back of his Maybach together for a quick road trip to Sedona! TMZ Sports has footage of the two during a quick bathroom break at a rest stop near the Arizona city … and it’s not like they were trying to keep a low profile.

As you can see in the clip, the two rolled up in Devin’s super-fancy Mercedes-Benz Maybach (they usually cost around $200k). Plus, he’s 6’5″ and plays for the Phoenix Suns. And, she’s 5’10” and one of the most famous people in the world! Witnesses tell us they certainly LOOKED like a couple during the stop, but sources close to Devin and Kendall insist they’re just friends.

One source puts it this way … “Kendall and friends have a small social circle amongst the group, who have been following the same social distancing and physical distancing guidelines. Devin is a friend and is part of the small group. They took a road trip for some much-needed air” — but we’re told they made a concentrated effort to minimize interactions with other people.

24-year-old Kendall and 23-year-old Devin have been friends for years — in fact, they went on a double date with their significant others at the time back in 2018. She was with Ben Simmons. He was with Jordyn Woods! Booker is one of the top young players in the NBA — he’s currently in the middle of a 5-year $158 million contract with the Suns.

[From TMZ]

Yeah, the story isn’t “Kendall Jenner has a new boyfriend,” the story is “Kendall Jenner and her rich baller boyfriend decided to do some non-essential travel across state lines, against common sense and state and local orders.” I’m telling you guys, the Seven Week Itch is real. People are really getting itchy to “go back” to pre-pandemic life. And it’s reckless AF.

No masks, SMH. And they used a public rest stop bathroom!!

Kendall Jenner shows off her toned abs as she  leaves Croft Alley

Kendall Jenner makes a quick pit stop for an Alfred Coffee run

Photos courtesy of Backgrid.

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  1. Case says:

    I’m not a beach person at all and I have been fantasizing on the regular about how nice it would be to have a beach house right now! Or just anywhere warmer. I’m in the Northeast and we’ve had some nice days, but most are too chilly to sit outside.

    That said, if I had somewhere else to go, I would’ve gone in early March when things started shutting down, not now! I don’t want to hear about how Kendall needs fresh air. She has a mansion and I’m sure a beautiful backyard.

    • klutz says:

      probably wanted (or made to by PMK aka Pimp Mama Kardashian) do ‘candid’ pap photos of her and her new beard oh my bad typo I mean boyfriend (lol…)

      that family is the worst. kris tho is a special kind of manipulator.

    • My husbands family is from Ireland and their restrictions are so much stricter and they have been in quarantine so much longer-but their numbers are going down while ours are going up! In Ireland you can’t go beyond 2 meters from your home and ESSENTIAL travel only. Grocery, pharmacy, Dr. visits. It’s insanely selfish to go to smaller communities (where most vacation houses are) and put the burden on their smaller grocery stores, and other supplies, much less their hospitals and Drs, if you get sick. And if you are in a car accident or any other accident, you are just taking emergency services away from Corona patients and may even be putting those workers at risk. It’s insanely selfish and I don’t understand why people can’t just follow orders. The selfishness is off the charts. We are ALL bored (and some are starving). Keep your privileged ass at home in your mansion and STFU. I think there is a place for shame and these people should be shamed.

  2. Léna says:

    The Jenner sisters were handling it well and now it’s falling quickly lol one is on a road trip and the other one is hanging out with her best friend

    • Case says:

      The friend coming over seems less problematic to me. If Kylie and her friend have both been adhering to social distancing rules for over a month and are only seeing each other (I assume they’re not the ones doing their own grocery shopping and such), that seems like a very low-risk situation to me. It would be a problem if EVERYONE started doing that, yes, but they’re wealthy and have “people” who interact with the outside world for them, so they’re seemingly not a threat to anyone else.

      Kendall is being a dummy though.

      • ME says:

        Answer me this…who is taking those pics and videos of Kylie and her friend Stassie twerking and acting a mess? It ain’t Travis lol. Kylie went to Palm Springs to her mom’s other house like last week or so. She is NOT quarantining at all. She is full of sh*t just like the rest of the family.

      • Case says:

        @ME Well if Kylie HASNT been quarantining for a month I take it back. As I said, what she’s doing with her buddy only works if they’ve been adhering to the rules.

  3. ME says:

    Idiots !

  4. Mellie says:

    Rumor is that she doesn’t even tip wait staff so why in the hell would she even care about anything…to me, she seems to be the meanest of the K-J’s. Obviously, I don’t know this bitch, but she’s one I just don’t get a good vibe from and this act just proves that point.

  5. C-No says:

    This is a thing I’m seeing, especially in California (I have relatives there), that if you limit your social interactions to a “small group,” that’s fine, that’s safe. Because we aren’t all coming into contact with other people at grocery stores, gas stations, pharmacies, etc. California is a weird place. My CA relatives are so far left they’ve come full circle to the right. It’s wild.

    • Noodle says:

      @cno, I’m in SoCal, and the problem is that most aren’t being exclusive with their small groups. I have plenty of FB friends who go over to one house and hang out with a family one night, then go to another family’s house the next night. They belong to a large group of firefighting families, and you’d think they’d know better. They do; they just don’t care. They reason that they are staying in small groups. But it’s like that old “You’re sleeping with everyone your sex partner has slept with” trope of the 1990’s. I’m just waiting for them all to get sick. That’s not the spirit of the governor’s order.

      • ME says:

        What a bunch of selfish morons.

      • C-No says:

        Right?! My cousin sent her kids off to see their dad and was like it’s ok he’s within the circle and then two days later mentioned how dad had to go to Washington State last week?? That’s not how circles work!

    • leftcoastal says:

      @C-no, how is “California a weird place” compared to a state like Georgia, which opened businesses and restaurants at the same time the state death rate from COVID-19 was rising? California was the first state to issue a shelter-in-place order. Yes, people who are gathering in groups right now, even small ones, are idiots, but every state has more than their fair share of them.

  6. Allz says:

    Kendall Jenner is the worst of the Kardashian/Jenner bunch. There are hundreds of stories about how rude/entitled she is to workers and fans. She bought her career. Every time I see a story about her I realize she’s even more clueless and boring than before.

    • Jules says:

      We could have a drinking game and get seriously drunk in no time at all, debating who is the worst of the klan. I think it’s Kim. No, Kris. Actually, Khloe. No wait, Kylie. See, drunk!

  7. Noki says:

    She is so bland and i dont mean she has to be controversial to be intetesting but zzzzz. Kim really left an impression on all her youngers sisters choices in men.

  8. Some chick says:

    NEWSFLASH: Kendoll Jenner is a moron!

  9. Mina_Esq says:

    Can’t say I expected more from her, as she is an uneducated person with limited intellect. She is only able to be successful because she has a brilliant business manager in her mother. I’m more disappointed with the people around me who SHOULD know better. My best friend and her family decided to quarantine at their lakeside cottage. I lost a bit of respect for them because government officials have specifically told us not to do that, as those communities do not have the capacity to handle an outbreak. Or even the increased demand for groceries. Sigh.

  10. Lightpurple says:

    If I owned a NBA team, I would put a No Kardashian/Jenner clause in contracts. Seriously, what is it with them and NBA players?

    And could they be more self-centered and ridiculous? Let’s drive across state lines, use public rest stops, don’t use masks, and make sure TMZ has pictures.

  11. Snappyfish says:

    We live in VA but have a v v v small cottage on Key West. They have closed The Keys & only those who are residents or own property can go onto The Keys (@ the moment that order the expires on May 31) we alway spend late March & April there. We do the Florida Derby & then head to the keys. This year the FL Derby ran on time but w/o spectators. We made the decision NOT to travel as we felt it would be safer to stay put. I would love to be able to hang at our little hovel but the travel to get there & the impact our selfishness might have made just wasn’t worth it.

    I get doing it because you can or you want too but that isn’t a good enough reason when people are dying all around & still at alarming rates. I actually used to like Kendall. She seemed the least offensive & in WWD I read nice comments about her hard work from the likes of Lagerfeld, Bailey & Versace. She was also “the horse girl” & I have soft spots for those (I’m looking at you Bella) but she has worn me out. Too vapid & too follow the family line. It’s exhausting.

    Be well everyone & stay safe

    • Nana says:

      “I would love to be able to hang at our little hovel but the travel to get there & the impact our selfishness might have made just wasn’t worth it. ”
      Snappy, if only more people thought things through a bit more, like you…
      I live in an area of Australia that normally has alot of tourists at this time of year (it’s autumn here). Restrictions were just slightly eased as we’ve kept the COVID-19 growth rate relatively low, but it’s not at zero cases yet – we still do have a small number of cases per day.
      Our state conservative government has taken a really confusing path; as of today, they’ve allowed two adults (and unlimited dependent children) to visit the household of a friend or relative for the purpose of providing care, or to help with social isolation or mental health.
      We have a huge state geographically and there’s no limit on the distance people may travel to provide this “care”. Today for the first time since the lockdown, there was a long line of traffic heading through my town, like it normally looks on the Friday before a long weekend, tourists were on the street taking pictures of the autumn leaves.
      I can’t blame people wanting to get out of the city but I can blame them for not thinking about their impact on others. And what I don’t understand, is why our government didn’t ease the foot off the brake much more gently… ie: allow the above but just within say 25kms of home in city/large towns and further for people in rural, regional and remote areas.
      My plan is to lock down even harder over the next few weeks – very concerned for our essential workers; worried there’ll be some big new spikes and all our hard work will go straight out the window 🙁

  12. Stef says:

    The 7 week itch is real! Seems a lot of people are starting to get a little stir crazy after being locked down for almost 2 months, I know I am.

    I’ve been quarantine on the mainland in BC with my boyfriend and have only had contact with one other friend, who is also on strict lockdown. I travel to the states 2-3X a month for work, so it’s been very odd not to be travelling at all since the beginning of March.

    The man and I took a one night road trip to Whistler via Cache Creek a few days ago. We stayed in the car and took the risk of spending a night in the Westin in Whistler. We were 1 of 2 guests there. Place was a total ghost town, which is never the case for Whistler. It was eerie.

    We did our best to be responsible and social distance. Was it necessary travel? No. Was it necessary for us to go for an 8 hour drive and change if scenery? Also yes

  13. Ali says:

    I am very much over staying home. It would be really hard to not go to a vacation home if I had one. I’m fantasizing about renting an Airbnb for a month just to be shut in somewhere else. We’ve been really good about staying home. I go to the grocery store once a week and my kids haven’t seen friends in person since this all started but I’m feeling more and more like we are in the minority and most everyone else is going on with their lives.

    • Case says:

      It’s frustrating. Now that it has been a while, it seems like people are like “well that’s enough” and are just going back to normal with social visits. Just in my neighborhood someone had balloons on their mailbox for a birthday party on Sunday. I realize many of us have been fortunate to remain healthy, but it won’t stay that way if we suddenly go back to having house parties. But I foresee this being an issue. I have friends who are much more keen to get back to socializing than I am, and I can see people getting annoyed if their friends and family don’t think it’s safe to hang out. Ugh.

      Personally, I’ve been in my home for 49 days and have made very infrequent trips out to drop off or collect grocery orders from my parents, which we’ve had delivered to our homes. I haven’t minded it because I’m an introvert and a homebody anyway, but god. I don’t want all this to be for nothing. Let’s not blow it now because the weather is getting nicer!

      • lucy2 says:

        40 days here, though the week before I worked mostly from home. Only been to 1 store very quickly, and a few local places for takout, and that’s it. The only people I’ve seen are my parents. We’re finally seeing lower numbers here in NJ, but I feel like it’s going to be bad if they start opening things.

        Also, EVERYONE came to their beach house here. I totally get the impulse, especially if you live in NYC, but the hospital here is small.

      • Case says:

        @lucy2 I’m also in NJ (South Jersey, thankfully, where cases haven’t been so bad). I think Gov. Murphy has a sensible plan to reopen things carefully once cases are consistently down, and I’m incredibly appreciative that he’s in no rush to open everything like some southern states are doing (though I’m not really sure why he’s still considering opening schools before the end of the year — surely it would be less disruptive to students and teachers to just let them continue virtual learning for the rest of the semester).

        Still, I can help but feel scared. These plans to reopen only work if people continue to adhere to social distancing measures pretty much until we find better treatments/a vaccine, and they already aren’t doing so in the middle of this crisis. I know this is hard on small businesses and so many industries and I’m very sympathetic, but if it were up to me, we’d be on semi-lockdown all summer to truly eliminate this virus as much as possible before flu season kicks it into high gear again. To me this is a time for innovation and building a new normal, not rushing back to how it was before when it’s not even safe.

    • Joan says:

      I have been in isolation since January…I was recovering from surgery when the lockdown was issued. This past weekend I left my home in Arizona (101 degrees) and drove to my home in Newport Beach, CA (85 degrees). I never stopped just a straight 7-hour drive. Just seeing something different has been pure joy. Did I infect anyone – no but I still received a bunch of crap from people that I could have intentionally who infected someone….this is totally b.s.

      • sassafras says:

        I’m sorry someone made you feel bad about going to your second home in Newport Beach.

      • Nana says:

        ‘Did I infect anyone? No?’
        Firstly, have you been tested and know you don’t have it for sure. Otherwise how do you know you’re not asymptomatic?

        It’s great that you didn’t stop along the way, but unless your fridge at Newport is completely stocked or you have a completely self sufficient garden there, it’s the people at Newport you will be interacting with that are the issue. The essential workers in grocery stores or drug stores.
        This is what the people who have second homes just don’t seem to be thinking about – pick a place and stay there…. I live in area where alot of people have second homes (or holiday homes). We’ve still had people travelling between the city and here because they want to ‘escape’ to their second home, which I get, but the sense of entitlement about it is just breathtaking. Are they thinking about the grocery store workers or the cafe workers serving their takeaway coffee (very often young people, who could easily become either sick, or infected and asymptomatic, in which case they could so easily be a source of a local outbreak)? No.
        We’re all in the same boat – everyone wants the lockdown over. But by their actions they show they could care less for others. And by calling it BS, really you’re saying that too.

  14. Bobafelty says:

    I thought she was a lesbian? And now she’s dating pro sports men just like her sisters.

    • KL says:

      She’s always denied that, saying she doesn’t have “a gay or bisexual bone in [her] body.” Which is a shame, because if she did it would actually make her a little interesting.

  15. Emma says:

    I’m no fan of the kardashian-jenners but I’ve seen and heard of a lot of people doing these long road trips or hanging out with friends, especially very recently

    • ME says:

      Then they are all stupid. Is it really asking too much for people to just stay home? They aren’t being asked to go to war. Just sit your ass down on your sofa motherf*ckers. This will never end if people don’t quarantine properly.

    • Who ARE These People? says:

      The deal with these road trips is that if your car breaks down or you get into an accident, the state troopers or provincial police have to come to your rescue and you don’t know how they are and they don’t know how you are. You might need to rent a new car, another set of hassles and contacts. An insurance underwriter might be called in. Exposure.

      First responders are needed by other people right now – let’s give them a break.

  16. sassafras says:

    They suck. For the umpteenth time, the stay at home order isn’t just about spreading the virus, it’s also about preserving the resources of our first responders. If your rich ass starts racing down the highway in Arizona in your freaking Maybach and drives it upside down into a cactus, an ambulance, a fire truck and a police car all have to come out and check it out. Meanwhile, a grandpa in a nursing home needs transportation to a hospital before his lungs give out. “Where’s the ambulance?” The people say. “Oh checking to make sure a billionaire Kardashian is okay.” “Cool. Let us know when THEIR needs are met.” Rich spoiled irresponsible kids.

    • Who ARE These People? says:

      You said it first and you said it better.

    • pawneegoddess says:

      This is a great point. I live in a state with a national park and the park has been closed. Not because it’s impossible to social distance while hiking/camping but because it puts park employees at unnecessary risk. I had not thought about the first responders needed for the inevitable accidents on the highway. I know risk also increases as people who are not familiar with our roads come in from out of state.

  17. Lisabella says:

    Kendall has a BOYFRIEND?!?

  18. Abby says:

    Her hair in the plaid shirt pic is so stripey from faded dye. Jenners: they’re just like us.

    It’s interesting to me that they decided to pull over knowing paparazzi were following them. She either couldn’t wait to pee or just DGAF.

  19. pawneegoddess says:

    I have an ex friend turned wannabe influencer in LA who just posted pictures of herself “taking advantage of quarantine” by roadtripping through Arizona and Utah with her boyfriend. While I am doubtful that everyone trying to get out of hotspots like LA and NYC are actually taking necessary precautions I accept that people are doing what they feel is right for themselves and their families (like that one influencer who rented an RV to get out of NY) and that those outside the situation don’t always have all the information. Unlike that family, my now acquaintance does not have a vehicle large enough to store a weeks+ worth of food (thus avoiding unnecessary contact with people by not having grocery shop or use the bathroom), nor does it appear they are planning on staying put wherever they are going. I’m sure everyone in a city would love to leave right now and I’m just astounded by the people who really do not seem to understand that this is not a time for casual travel. Those of us living in larger cities need to be especially conscientious of the fact that we are more likely to bring the virus with us if we travel. It’s truly upsetting to see how many people just don’t think the rules do not apply to them.

  20. L says:

    Her plastic surgery looks good. That’s all I got.

  21. Juniper says:

    The mayor of Sedona has been on the local news begging people from out of town to stay home. The Sedona hospital is tiny. It’s ICU has only like three beds or something like that. They can’t handle an influx of rich people and bored less rich people from Phoenix driving up to hike. and check their auras.

  22. serena says:

    A****les. But then, I don’t expect anything less from her, seeing how she behaved in the past.