The drama is officially over, at least according to Ben Affleck and his latest choice in tops.
The actor debuted yet another shirt from his arsenal of slogan tees designed by popular Cuban brand, Clandestino, while stepping out of a chauffeured SUV at a self-storage facility in Los Angeles on Monday afternoon. Affleck was photographed in a light grey $35 slogan tee that reads in Spanish “se acabó el drama,” which translates to “The drama is over,” paired with black jeans and light blue and white Golden Goose sneakers. It seems he’s a big fan of the Havana-based sustainable label as he’s previously been spotted in a number of their t-shirt designs, including one that he wore in October to greet his girlfriend Ana de Armas that read “Asere ya, gracias,” which translates to “Dude, enough already.” In fact, his passion seems to extend well beyond this particular brand to de Armas’s native country in general. When he’s not wearing a Clandestino top, he can often be found sporting one sold in every Cuban gift shop that simply says “Habana.”
Affleck’s drama-free outing comes one day after People reported that de Armas has moved in to the actor’s $20 million Pacific Palisades “dad pad,” a change in residence that was first rumored back in September. However, there’s been no further concrete evidence of the couple’s co-habitation aside from those suspiciously large suitcases this summer and source quotes that “their relationship continues to be strong.” But if Affleck’s t-shirt is any indication, whatever’s happening in his personal life, the actor is taking it all in stride.
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