Following their separation at the beginning of the year, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West took a long break from one another during which they were almost totally incommunicado. But now, after that time apart, the pair are reportedly finally “ready” to co-parent again, taking their four kids on a trip to San Francisco over the weekend.
The whole family paid a visit to the city’s Asian Art Museum on Saturday before public visiting hours began. According to an Us Weekly source, “They came in as a normal family who was there to have fun. They had light security with them and didn’t even have nannies.” Apparently, someone on West’s team reached out to the museum ahead of time to request a “discrete, private opportunity to come in before opening to the public.” The museum originally expected just the rapper to show up, but were pleasantly surprised when “it turned out to be the whole family.”
The estranged couple brought 8-year-old North, 5-year-old Saint, 3-year-old Chicago, and 2-year-old Psalm to see the museum’s new exhibition by teamLab, a Tokyo-based digital art collective that creates immersive experiences and whose work they previously visited as a family in Japan in 2019. “It was a treat for the little ones and everyone enjoyed the entire experience,” the source added. “They were incredibly gracious and very appreciative. They had a really great time with the kids and everyone looked really happy and in a good mood. The kids were running around and laughing.”
It’s taken Kardashian and West a few months to be able to get to this point in their post-marriage relationship. Right after the reality star filed for separation from her husband of six years, the pair “didn’t have a lot of contact,” another insider told E! News. But now, they’re “talking and getting along well,” and figuring out how to navigate the future of their family. “Kim has always been open to co-parenting together and being able to do things as a family. Kanye needed some time, but he now seems more open to it,” they added. “She knows how important family time is and wants the kids to have a great relationship with Kanye, so she’s willing to do whatever it takes to see that happen.”
Which is also why the Skims founder has been so supportive of West’s budding relationship with supermodel Irina Shayk. Despite Us Weekly‘s report last week that their new connection was already “cooling off,” yet another source told People that West and Shayk are “very much still dating.” That E! News insider also claims, “They are still in touch and he has seen her a few times. He is very interested in dating her and seeing her more.” As for West’s recently-estranged wife, “Kim is fine with Kanye dating,” another People source says. “She just wants him to be happy.”
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Tennessee Titans star Julio Jones (right) and former NFL wide receiver Roddy White (left) are among the defendants in a lawsuit filed by a cannabis company.
The former Atlanta Falcons teammates and their co-defendants are accused of alleged fraud and money laundering allegations, according to court papers obtained by the Tennessean.
Genetixs cannabis company claims that Jones, White and others sold around $3 million per month in cannabis since March and kept all the profits for themselves.
The lawsuit alleges the defendants illegally managed and operated Genetixs’ cannabis facility, and failed to report weed sales since March 2021.
Genetixs estimates about $3 million in cannabis was sold illegally by the defendants who then kept the profits for themselves.
According to the Tennessean newspaper:
“Jones and White, who were teammates with the Falcons from 2011 to 2015, are accused of colluding with John Van Beek and his son, Shaun Van Beek, to run a black-market cannabis operation through the Genetixs facility. Jones and White had invested in Genetixs through White’s SLW Holdings, per the documents.”
Even though I didn’t get dressed up much last summer, I kept my jewelry game strong even when pairing pieces with PJs and sweatsuits. A full year later, though, my accessories need a major refresh now that I’m out and about again—so I’m turning to Mejuri’s latest drops for clues on the top summer jewelry trends worth shopping.
Luckily, this season’s top looks are all elevated takes on the usual classics. Those dainty gold chains you’ve been loving are still a thing, but consider adding a few statement styles to the mix for prime layering opportunities. For the ears, we’re alllllll about a good hoop moment, but ditch your go-to pair and shop ones with a little more flair.
Oh, speaking of flair—lets get glitzy this summer! Diamonds are in for a super-sparkly accessory upgrade, and Mejuri’s dainty diamond pieces prove you don’t have to break the bank to get the look. Same goes for shopping 14k gold; yes, it’s pricier than gold vermeil, but when a couple hundred bucks gets you a piece that will last forever, how can you possibly pass it up?
Last but not least, I’m calling it now: Anklets are the new bracelets. Apologize to your wrists and develop a foot fetish, because anklets are 100 percent the number one piece you need in your summer jewelry collection.
Ready to flex? Read on for summer’s five hottest jewelry trends and check out Mejuri’s Summer Edit on their website now.
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Skip the arm party and focus on anklets instead of bracelets this season. Mejuri’s Boyfriend pieces are iconic, so of course the Boyfriend Bold Chain Anklet in 14k yellow gold should be your first buy.
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Why dull your sparkle? Diamonds are trending in a big way, and you don’t need an engagement ring to rock ’em on your fingers! Dainty pieces like the Diamonds Line Ring in 14k yellow gold are perfect for daily wear.
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Hoop earrings will always be in style, but for summer 2021, the more unique the better. Skip a rounded silhouette for these cool Medium Flat Hoops in 14k yellow gold. The look is still luxe, but slightly more 2D.
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There’s no change to the year’s gold chain trend, but why not get one with a little extra je ne sais quoi to layer with your staples? The Anchor Chin Necklace in 14k yellow gold has unique links meant to resemble the chain of a ship’s anchor, so it’s a necklace and a conversation piece.
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Last but not least, let’s lean in to 14k gold this season for all our buys. I’m a massive fan of Mejuri’s durable gold vermeil, but the real deal is best in summer when you’re constantly swimming and sweating. Invest in classic pieces like these Oversized Thin Hoops and your under-$300 purchase will last a literal lifetime.