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Larsa Pippen mercilessly trolled in public over romance with Michael Jordan’s son

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Larsa Pippen was subjected to an expletive-filled rant during Sunday’s Chargers game in Los Angeles, where the Real Housewives of Miami star was trolled over her romance with Michael Jordan’s son, Marcus.

In a video posted on Instagram, a spectator appears to make their way to the area of SoFi Stadium where Pippen, 48, and Marcus, 31, were seated before calling out the rumoured duo.

“You with the boy, Mike’s son?” the individual in question can be heard shouting. “You’re a cold motherf**ker, ain’t you. You’re as cold as a motherf**ker, homie.”

Though Pippen did glance back during the heckling, she immediately turned her attention back to the field, where the Chargers fell to the Chiefs 30-27.

Pippen and Marcus were first linked in September following a dinner outing in Miami.

Earlier this month, Pippen and Marcus were seen partying at Miami hot spot E11even, with a source telling Page Six at the time, “While they weren’t making a spectacle of being together, you could definitely tell the two were hanging out.”

A source told Page Six on November 17 that the two are seeing each other, but not exclusively.

Pippen was previously married to NBA star Scottie Pippen, who was Jordan’s former Bulls teammate. The pair wed in 1997 and finalised their divorce last December.

Pippen and Scottie, 57, share four children together: Scotty Jr., 22, Preston, 20, Justin, 17, and Sophia, 13.

Prior to her rumoured romance with Marcus, Pippen was briefly involved with Utah Jazz guard Malik Beasley, whom she was photographed with in late 2020. Beasley’s wife, Montana Yao, was said to be “blindsided” and filed for divorce.

Yao later accepted Beasley’s apology and the two recently welcomed their second child.

Pippen claimed she met Beasley after he and Yao separated.

This article was originally published by the New York Post and reproduced with permission

Story Credit: news.com.au

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