RHOM: Larsa Pippen Claims Scottie Once Taunted Her Loser Ex Malik Beasley

Also in the episode of ‘The Real Housewives of Miami’, Larsa further details what actually led to the demise of her marriage to the 56-year-old NBA legend.

AceShowbizScottie Pippen is seemingly not a fan of Malik Beasley. In a new episode of “The Real Housewives of Miami“, Larsa Pippen revealed that her former husband making harsh comments on her ex boyfriend.

In the Thursday, December 30 episode of the reality TV series, Larsa cried as she talked about her marriage to Scottie with co-star Lisa Hochstein. Larsa opened up about the matter while sharing about her plan to sell her family’s longtime home even though she felt “sad” about it.

“I think it’s just hard because we are a family,” the mother of four said before shedding tears. She went on to note that it’s been “three years” since they filed for divorce for the second time in 2018.

The 39-year-old star went on to share that she may be more driven to finalize the divorce once she’s in a more “serious relationship.” To that point, Lisa was asked if Scottie was “upset” about her dating life. “When Malik got 90 days or something in jail, he sent it to me,” she said of the 56-year-old NBA legend. “He’s like, ‘Go ahead, keep talking to these losers.’ “

Larsa sparked rumors that she’s dating Malik in November 2020 only to split four months later. Amid their relationship, the 25-year-old Minnesota Timberwolves player was sentenced to 120 days in jail in February for one felony count of threats of violence. He was then released in August after serving 78 days.

Also in the episode, Larsa further detailed what actually led to the demise of her marriage to Scottie. “Going through my divorce, I felt really guilty,” she said in a confessional. “I felt like I let my family down, even though other people on the outside thought like, ‘Oh, you have everything. Why are you not happy? You have everything.’ And I’m like, ‘But the things I really need to feel good about myself are not things that you would see.’ Like, there’s stuff that goes on in our home and most people don’t know what really goes on in your home.”

“We were fighting a whole lot. It just didn’t work anymore,” she continued. “We kind of were living two separate lives. I was in one state, he was in another. We just kept purposely missing each other. But then, we were still together. I didn’t want to stay in a relationship that didn’t work. But you’re always a mom, that never changes. You might be married, you might be divorced, but you’re always a mom.”

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