AceShowbiz - Kendall Jenner is known for being private when it comes to her dating life. The model, however, offered more insights into her romantic relationship with NBA star Devin Booker and addressed rumors that she only dates basketball players during part two of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" reunion, which aired on Sunday, June 20.
"No, I don't actually only date basketball players, if anyone's ever done their research," Kendall explained. "I'm not ashamed that I have a type, and I'm also a genuine basketball fan." In the episode, the reality TV star also officially confirmed for the first time that she and the Phoenix Suns player are an item. "He's my boyfriend," Kendall announced with a smile.
She also elaborated why she purposedly opted to not feature her relationship with Devin on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians". "I feel like it's always worked better for me that way," Kendall said of not capturing that part of her private life on camera. "No offense to my older sisters at all, but I think that [Kylie Jenner] and I specifically have had the opportunity to watch our older sisters go through marriages and relationships and break-ups and do them pretty publicly. It was personal preference from a really young age."
She went on to say, "I think it makes my life a lot easier and our relationship a lot better, to be honest...I just feel like it's a private matter and not for anybody else to judge or know."
Prior to this, "KUWTK" executive producer Farnaz Farjam revealed that Kendall always had one rule while filming. "Kendall's always had this rule, which she felt like she had to be with someone for at least a year before she lets them be a part of the show and in the show," Farnaz told Bravo TV's "The Daily Dish" podcast in June. "Because she doesn't always know what people's intentions are. So that's why we kind of kept her personal life out of it, just because she had a rule."
Back to the reunion, Kendall also shut down rumors that the Kardashian-Jenner women ruined men post-break-up. "What I don't like about the narrative is that the blame is on us," Kendall said. "The men need to take that responsibility…It's almost, like, offensive."