Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen were teammates on the Chicago Bulls team that won six NBA championships.
But after the documentary “The Last Dance” from 2020, the relationship soured.
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Because even though Jordan was idolized as a huge star and the team’s best player, Pippen felt himself and his teammates neglected.
The chilly relationship was off the table when it became known last year that Jordan’s son, Marcus Jordan, was dating Pippen’s ex-wife, Larsa. Known from “Real Housewives of Miami”.
Pippen has shared several photos on Instagram with Jordan’s son who is 16 years his junior. The two have also been photographed together several times. In January, he announced on Instagram that they were a couple.
On this week’s “Tamron Hall Show,” he spoke about the relationship when the host brought it up:
– You can date anyone you want in the world. Why Michael Jordan’s son?
– I didn’t plan it that way. We spend a lot of time with our friends and it just kind of happened, he replied, according to News.com.
The Pippen couple divorced at the end of 2021. They have been married since 1997 and have two children together. The fact that she was dating the son of her ex-husband’s teammate has made embarrassing headlines in the international press.
Now he’s defying much of the criticism he’s faced.
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– Marrying an athlete is difficult, you are often neglected. People think you’re done when you get divorced and don’t deserve to have a life. I feel I have overcome so many obstacles because I believe I deserve love. I should be able to date whoever I want, be happy and go where I want without being judged every time I’m seen with someone, she says.
– He wants to be Swedish
He also revealed that he recently spent time with his new in-laws, Michael Jordan and ex-wife Juanita Vanoy.
– I don’t want to talk about them. I feel that it is not about his parents or my parents. They are all good, we are happy. It’s more about me and Marcus, we’re in a good place together, and that’s all that matters, Pippen concluded the interview.
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