Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were among the many celebrities who attended Virgil Abloh’s memorial at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art on Monday.
Kim Kardashian, 41, and Kanye West, 44, were both seen arriving at Virgil Abloh’s memorial at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, IL, at the same time this week.
The ex-couple, who filed for divorce in February, were photographed separately at the memorial service for the late fashion designer, who died of cancer on Nov. 28 at the age of 41, and appeared to try not to pay attention to cameras.
They were both wearing black outfits and sunglasses in the photos, which you can see here, and were seen walking around the location as onlookers surrounded them.
Along with Kim and Kanye, other celebrities who attended the memorial included Rihanna and her boyfriend A$AP Rocky, Drake, Frank Ocean, and others. Tyler the Creator gave the eulogy, and Lauryn Hill performed.
Kim made headlines before her appearance at the memorial for her outings with Saturday Night Live comedian Pete Davidson. On at least one of the outings, the two were seen holding hands, and it’s been reported that they’re casually dating.
According to a source, Kanye is “put off” by their rumored relationship and the photos of them holding hands and “doesn’t like it.”
“Kanye was really put off by Kim holding hands with Pete and he did not like it at all. He asked Kim to ‘please refrain’ from showing public display of affection with anyone until their divorce is finalized. He told her that it doesn’t look good for their family and it doesn’t look good for her, or in the ‘eyes of God,’” the source revealed.