AceShowbiz - Larsa Pippen continues to face criticism over her alleged new romance with Marcus Jordan. The former wife of Scottie Pippen got heckled for being in a relationship with Michael Jordan's son amid the former NBA stars' feud.
Larsa was mocked when she attended a Los Angeles Chargers game with Marcus on Sunday, November 20. In a video that has since gone viral on social media, a stranger shouted at "The Real Housewives of Miami" star while recording her and Marcus.
"Ay, Larsa that's what you doin'? You with the boy Mike's son? You a cold mother f**ker aren't you? You're cold as a motherf**ker, homie," said the stranger. A glamorous Larsa turned toward the person recording the video when he shouted her name, before realizing she was being heckled. Marcus, too, turned around but also chose to ignore the heckler's comments.
Larsa's Sunday outing with Marcus marks the first time the so-called couple was seen together after it's revealed that the Bravo personality is "not exclusively" dating the 31-year-old basketballer due to his cheating scandal with multiple women. "Larsa and Marcus aren't exclusively together; they're dating," a source told Page Six.
"It's so new," the insider added of Larsa and Marcus' romance. "They're just enjoying time getting to know each other," the informant stressed, adding that the TV personality "doesn't want to jump into an exclusive relationship right now."
Larsa and Marcus first sparked rumors they're an item in September, but Larsa herself insisted in October that they're just "friends." Despite saying so, she confirmed that she's "dating around" but not in a "set situation."
Though Larsa did deny the dating rumors, the two have spent a lot of time together in recent months, party hopping and spending time at her place in Miami. More recently, they were photographed enjoying a dinner date at Swan restaurant in Miami's Design District. Interestingly, they weren't shy to show PDA in front of cameras as they held hands outside the eatery.
Larsa keeps receiving backlash over her decision to get close to Marcus as her ex-husband Scottie and Marcus' dad Michael have been feuding since November 2021. They started beefing after Michael took offense at the way he and his fellow Chicago Bulls teammates were portrayed on "The Last Dance".
"The Last Dance" proved a huge hit as it allowed older NBA fans to relive the nostalgia of the 1990s, while a younger audience learned about arguably the greatest dynasty in NBA history via the Netflix show. However, Scottie hit out at his portrayal within the 10-part docuseries, declaring that he "was nothing more than a prop" and that Michael did it for his ego to prove that he is "still larger than LeBron James."