Marcus Jordan And Larsa Pippen Haven't Made Their Relationship Public Because Of The 'Rift' Between Michael Jordan And Scottie Pippen – Fadeaway World
Marcus Jordan and Larsa Pippen have been making headlines in recent times after they were spotted together on a double date. The most unthinkable scenario happened between these two, as nobody in the world imagined they could ever link up.
Larsa has been linked with NBA players and even rappers, while Marcus' personal life has been more private, although that hasn't prevented people from accusing him of being a reseller of his dad's shoes.
Well, these two controversial people have found their way to each other, and they seem to be really cool right now. After being spotted together on a date in New York, things are clear for everybody now: Marcus and Larsa and dating, and they can't deny it anymore.
As cool as this sounds, they are apparently waiting to make things official or at least announce it to the public. This relationship was unlikely a couple of months ago, and the repercussions it can have now could be huge. It's not a secret that Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen aren't on the best terms at this moment, and this relationship can only make things worse.
According to Miranda Siwak of US Weekly, that's the reason why Marcus and Larsa are keeping things 'down low' and haven't come up and announced they are dating.
"Marcus and Larsa are dating and have been spending more time together in recent weeks,” a source exclusively tells Us Weekly of the Real Housewives of Miami personality, 48, and Michael Jordan’s son, 31. “They are trying to keep it on the down low because of the rift between Scottie and Michael.”
As we all know now, Scottie Pippen wasn't happy with the way he and his teammates were portrayed in the award-winning docu-series The Last Dance, which led him to start attacking his former friend Michael Jordan, terribly ending their friendship.
Now, with Marcus and Larsa becoming a thing, many would think that there won't be anything left to save between Michael and Scottie, who were the perfect tandem in the NBA in the 90s, winning six championships and forming a terrific duo in Chicago.