Larsa Pippen has recently shared a Valentine’s post that has fans of the Michael Jordan and Scotty Pippen duo feeling nostalgic.
“Jordan and Pippen been destined to be together since the Bulls,” wrote one.
“Never thought my son would get to see the jordan/pippen duo together. But here we are,” another joked.
“Jordan/Pippen together again. It’s very nostalgic it reminds me of all those championships in the 90s. Those 2 names were famous worldwide!” wrote one fan.
However, others found the whole thing weird.
“Larsa Pippen really has serious issues. She was around him as a little boy. He grew up around her kids,” one wrote.
Another echoed: “I truly feel bad for Scottie Pippen and his kids.”
“Interesting dynamics for a family get together. MJ may have a daughter n law as old as he is. And his wife is closer to his son’s age,” another pointed out.
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The Last Dance brought the original Pippen/Jordan relationship back to public attention.
The show was docu-series focusing on Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls’ pursuit of a second three-peat during the 1997-98 campaign.
One user even tweeted: “The last dance might be the only good thing of 2020 at this point.” We feel you.
It’s definitely what we needed while being stuck in lockdown.
But the show was also mired in controversy.
This relationship between Larsa and Marcus is just the latest scandal!
The show hit some controversy with the way it referred to Barack Obama…
And people weren’t going to let it rest…
The director of The Last Dance decided it’d be funny to twist the title card for Obama into something downright insulting.
Referring to Obama as a “Former Chicago resident,” which isn’t exactly a lie.
Despite Hehir explaining it was just a joke, the description of former US President Barack Obama in The Last Dance has finally been updated.
Hehir said: “I was pretty adamant that when we have a celebrity, we wanted it to be organic to the story. We don’t want to just have a president for president’s sake… The reason he was in there is that he was a former Chicago resident.”
And that wasn’t the only controversy.
As we all know, the show features present-day interviews with the team and other prominent figures, which means Michael Jordan can be seen being interviewed on multiple occasions.
And people were hugely concerned about the color of Jordan’s eyes.
Fans were questioning why Jordan’s eyes were yellow during his recent interviews, and the topic blew up.
Yep, that’s right, it’s his eyes that have stirred up a lot of rumours online…
With many feeling concerned he was suffering with jaundice.
Yellow eyes usually indicates Jaundice, which is commonly linked to liver disease and sometimes even cancer!
However, Jordan hasn’t come forward to accept or dismiss any claims about his health.
However, the latest story from the Jordan / Pippen camp is a little different.
It relates to a budding relationship between Scotty Pippen’s ex-wife Larsa …
And Michael Jordan’s son, Marcus.
And many are finding the whole thing weird.
You may remember Larsa from The Real Housewives of Miami.
She was on the show back in 2011, and recently rejoined the cast last year.
While Marcus Jordan followed in his famous dad’s footsteps.
He once played for the UCF Knights men’s basketball team.
Larsa was married to Scottie Pippen from 1997 to 2021.
The pair share three kids together: Preston, Justin and Sophia.
Marcus was born in 1990 …
While Larsa was born in 1974.
Rumors have abounded that the pair have been dating for a while now.
They’d been spotted getting close, but initially claimed to be just good friends.
However, Larsa has now confirmed the relationship.
Taking to Instagram to share a snap of the pair.
“My forever Valentine ❤️,” she wrote in the caption.
Marcus echoed the sentiment, writing, “4eva ❤️🔥” in the comments.
He then shared his own tribute post of Larsa!
Posting her with two bouquets of flowers while saying, “🌹Happy Valentines Day, Babe❤️🔥.”
Larsa then dropped the l-bomb, sharing the image to her stories.
And adding a text overlay calling Marcus “my love!”
What do you think of this controversial pairing?