Millennial Couples We Love

Millennial Couples We Love

Love and relationships should be celebrated right? One great thing about love is the unique identity that’s formed from both individuals. With this, their overall chemistry glows beautifully in harmony, positively influencing others to want some love too! Here’s some millennial couples who keeps everyone curious about next move and what #RelationshipGoals we need to add on our lists.

Iman Shumpert & Teyana Taylor

R&B music star Teyana Taylor and Cleveland Cavs’ Iman Shumpert always have their fans curious to see what’s next in their relationship. This is what we see as Black beauty fused with two different personalities and backgrounds. Recently, Taylor announced the birth of their newborn baby girl back in December. One word: ADORABLE!


Lady Gaga & Taylor Kinney

Engaged back in February of last year, Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney keeps heavy paparazzi all the time. These two are so classy and flawless! Watch Gaga & Kinney at Chicago’s Polar Plunge back last year.


Zoë Kravitz & Twin Shadow

Easily mistaken as Lisa Bonet and Lenny Kravitz by media sources, Zoë and Twin Shadow is one super chill couple that rocks a cool and funky style. Catch these two either deejaying at house parties, recording jam sessions together, or just strolling along the sidewalks of NYC together.


Meek Mill & Nicki Minaj

Who doesn’t know of this relationship? From social media beef to diss tracks against other artists, Meek Mill has been the face of this couple since early last year. Let’s not forget Nicki’s engagement confirmation back in spring of 2015. What’s next with these two?


Rihanna & Travis Scott

Currently RiRi and Travis Scott are rumored to be in a relationship, yet neither one of them has confirmed of it being true. If you’re on tour together, something is going on behind the scenes. Sources say that Rihanna’s upcoming album Anti was delayed because of Scott…conicidence?


MADE by: Chelsey Little

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