If cannon Pein loves her at all, that is still up in the air. Yahiko is a very goals oriented person, and his conquest for peace is the top priority. There are even cannon discussions about this.(Can’t find gifs of the whole thing) but basically, the conversation goes: Yahiko: “Our country’s still crying… Knowing that she loves him, and he loves her, but both of them can’t afford to have a relationship at the moment* I mean, all Konan says is his name, but you can see so much in her eyes. She tended to Yahiko and Nagto so tenderly and watched over them. I do believe Yahiko and Konan loved each other, and I think they would of made a long lasting committed couple if Yahiko grew to control the rain village…When Yahiko died.….
Pein and Konan both see each other respectively as “objects” to be loved, rather then a “person” to be loved. They probably weren’t in an actual relationship though. It’s so sad.) Becoming the leader of the Rain village and being the leader of the Akatsuki are his top properties. but now I want to save it from the bottom of my heart. I can’t just leave it.”Konan: *stares at Yahiko really sad and longingly. Even when she became a young adult, and she appeared cold and heartless, she still cared for the original (no-name who cares) Akatsuki like they were her children.
Realizing Hinata would never do something like that, Naruto nearly agrees, though he does ask her why she would let him cheat off her paper.
In reply, Hinata shyly states that it would be nice for all of the nine rookie ninja to stay together.
To fulfill their dream, Nagato, Yahiko, and Konan walk through the war zone in search of Jiraiya, hoping to learn ninjutsu from him.
After completing their training, the three form an organization with Yahiko as its leader.
Seeing her, Naruto asks Hinata why she is by herself.
The Naruto storyline is divided into two parts, simply named Part I and Part II, with the latter taking place two-and-a-half years after the conclusion of Part I.
It is followed by the sequel series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations by Ukyō Kodachi, which continues where the epilogue of the first series left off.
Naruto smiled, and was about to cheat off her test, only to stop himself at the last moment, as he saw the instructor watching him.
Finally, Naruto decided not to cheat off her paper, and told Hinata the reason for him refusing was not only would he get in trouble, but she would as well.