Supermodel Winnie Harlow and Kyle Kuzma are taking their Instagram escapades to the next level.
The couple — who recently documented their beach adventure on the social media platform — posed for a seductive shot on Sunday, with Lakers star Kuzma placing one hand on Harlow’s breast and the other on her lower half.
“Oh ok!” Kylie Jenner reacted in the comments.
“I think it’s time for a ring on that finger,” jeweller Richie Rich remarked.
Kuzma also replied, “Goals,” to the shot, with model Harlow responding with two emojis of actual goals.
Harlow, 25, a Canadian-born fashion model, was first linked to Kuzma in May.
Kuzma and the Lakers are expected to travel to Orlando this week for the NBA’s restart in Orlando. The 24-year-old forward will have to “register two negative coronavirus tests” upon arrival, followed by a 36-to-48 hour quarantine in a hotel room.
The Lakers will be staying at Disney’s Gran Destino Tower at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, along with the Boston Celtics, Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Clippers, Miami Heat, Utah Jazz, Denver Nuggets, and the Toronto Raptors. Other teams will be housed at the Grand Floridian and Yacht Club resorts.
Friends of the players, in addition to family members, will not be permitted to enter the complex until the second round of the playoffs.
SAD TRUTH BEHIND NBA LEGEND’S TWITTER ACCOUNT
Magic Johnson’s Twitter account just lost some magic.
The Lakers legend and former team president has become a popular presence on Twitter, for better or worse, but the 60-year-old is not exactly the one punching out the often-vanilla tweets from his own phone.
“No, I have somebody write them out,” Johnson said on Rob Lowe’s podcast when asked about his Twitter use. “I tell them what I want to say and they write them.”
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And to think, the ability to tweet freely was a factor in Johnson suddenly stepping down as president of the Lakers in April 2019.
“I had more fun when I was able to be the big brother and ambassador to everybody,”
Johnson said at his impromptu press conference that night.
“I thought about Dwyane Wade retiring tomorrow, and I can’t even tweet it out or be there. When Ben Simmons called and we went through the proper channels and they made me look like the bad guy out of that situation but I didn’t do anything wrong, I was thinking about all of those times, all the guys who want me to mentor them or be a part of their lives and I can’t even do that. I had more fun on the other side than on this side.”
Johnson, who has 4.9 million followers on Twitter, doesn’t often venture into the hot takes that fill the website. They’re often just room temperature.
A recent example came when Lakers guard Avery Bradley announced he would be opting out of the NBA’s resumption this summer, citing family concerns with the coronavirus.
“The @Lakers losing Avery Bradley is a tough loss and will make it more difficult for them to win the NBA championship,” Johnson posted.
Johnson also delivered some of his greatest hits during the 2019 playoffs.
“Jamal Murray scored 6 straight free throws in the closing seconds and had a game high 34 points to lead the Nuggets over the Trailblazers!” Johnson tweeted during the Western Conference semi-finals.
Then again, he was ahead of his time with this tweet in 2016, less than a year before he was hired as Lakers president and two years before he did in fact sign LeBron James.
“Laker Nation: The Lakers should call LeBron James agent,” Johnson tweeted. “We know he’s going stay in CLE but they should go after him just in case he leaves.”
Originally published as Stars’ racy final PDA before lockdown