A few weeks ago Larsa Pippen and Marcus Jordan caused quite a stir when they were spotted out and about in public together.
At the time, representatives for both sides tried to suggest that they were simply friends who were hanging out.
The pictures painted a different story, but because nobody had any reason to doubt the denials – everyone moved on.
This week, some contradictory evidence regarding Larsa and Marcus’ relationship emerged.
As reported by Miranda Siwak of US Weekly, the pair was recently seen out and about together again and they are in fact apparently dating.
“Marcus and Larsa are dating and have been spending more time together in recent weeks,” a source told US Weekly. “They are trying to keep it on the down low because of the rift between Scottie and Michael.”
It got to the point where the beef between the two men was so real that Scottie reportedly had to hide from Michael at a very prominent event recently.
Fortunately, it looks like that isn’t impacting Larsa and Marcus much.
“Larsa and Marcus, who have yet to publicly address their romance, looked ‘very cuddled up’ at an intimate dinner at Catch Steak in New York City on Thursday, September 22,” the report continued.
“They are definitely an item. As the night progressed it was obvious to everyone in the restaurant that she was really into him,” an eyewitness added.
“She was hugging and kissing him, and she was practically sitting on his lap by the end of the dinner. It became a bit of a spectacle to onlookers as it was quite distracting.”
Larsa is always blowing up online for something.
In that respect, this latest development isn’t particularly shocking. That said, it will still be interesting to see where this relationship goes.
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Are wedding bells in the future for Larsa and Marcus?
Time will tell.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.