Kim Kardashian lets her hair down with Serena Williams in Florida after shading her exes with 'right person' post
MIAMI, FLORIDA: Thanks to her exes, the past couple of days must have been anything but easy for reality star/ beauty mogul Kim Kardashian. While her ex Pete Davidson seems to have moved on with supermodel Emily Ratajkowski, Kim's ex-husband Kanye West's controversial statements and social media meltdowns must be taking a toll on her.
It looks like Kim decided to take a break from all the drama by flying down to the famous Art Basel festival in Miami, Florida. 'The Kardashians' star took to her Instagram to post a series of pictures of herself having the time of her life in Miami while partying it up with tennis legend Serena Williams, her best friend Jonathan Cheban aka Foodgod, and sister Khloe Kardashian.
Kim was snapped wearing a custom tiny black bandeau by Vex Latex paired with blue and white printed pants that showed off her famous curves. She completed her look with knee-high black boots and square sunglasses. Prior to letting her hair down and having some fun, Kim managed to throw a subtle jab at her exes by liking an Instagram post.
According to Page Six, Kim liked a post from Third Eye Thought's account which featured a quote saying, "The right person will show you that you weren’t even asking for much." Kim's ex Kanye recently made headlines when he claimed that he "caught" Kim cheating on him with NBA star Chris Paul. Sources close to Kim have immediately denied the allegations and accused Kanye of fabricating these rumors to divert the attention from his shocking anti-Semitic comments.
A source told the outlet, "This is not true, and sadly it’s an ongoing pattern with Kanye — attacking Kim to redirect everyone’s attention after a day of crazy antics where he has said every hateful and offensive thing he can possibly dream of." the source also added that Kim just "wants to be left alone so she can focus on the well-being” of their four children — North, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3.