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Scottie Pippen Gets Brutally Honest About Larsa’s Affairs

Scottie Pippen Gets Brutally Honest About Larsa’s Affairs

Former Chicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen is known internationally for many notable achievements on the basketball court.

Off the court, however, he is primarily known for his marriage to Larsa Pippen.

Larsa is something of a viral celebrity, gaining attention for everything from her provocative Halloween costumes to her outrageous Instagram posts to her alleged romantic entanglements.

At one point, even her own son weighed in on her antics.

In an interview that was published with GQ Magazine recently, Scottie was asked if Larsa’s various public affairs bothered him at all. Namely her involvement with rapper Future.

“I think the relationship was already over,” he said. “I think the press caught the end of it and was able to try and plug it together. The press bothers you a lot … but do it really bother me? No. That’s what they do. They create ‘press.’”

Larsa and Future were linked back in 2015. Two years later, in 2017, he would go on to release the song “Rent Money” in which he seemed to suggest he had stolen Larsa from Scottie.

“I did it by mistake, it wasn’t on purpose, end up f**king your wife,” he rapped. “She was choosin’ up and it was on sight. Had her ridin’ on me like a motorbike. Had to clean her head like a wet wipe.”

Apparently that didn’t bother Scott, though.

What did bother him, however, was Michael Jordan’s various antics. Over the past few weeks he has gone off on his former teammate repeatedly, making a number of troubling accusations against him.

But clearly Larsa is all good in his books. Which makes sense, since he has a notable history of taking her back no matter what.

Scottie has beef with a lot of folks in this world – but Larsa isn’t one of them.

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Carlos Garcia

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.

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