Larsa Pippen’s “Actual Housewives of Miami” co-stars weren’t the one ones left reeling by her latest intercourse reveal.
Days after Scottie Pippen’s ex-wife spilled on the fact present that she’s “at all times had intercourse like 4 occasions an evening”, NFL Corridor of Famer Shannon Sharpe reacted to the intimate particulars by ribbing himself and the previous Chicago Bulls star.
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“That’s why Pip was (plagued) with again issues throughout his profession. My (again) hurts from studying this,” Sharpe tweeted alongside 4 crying-laughing face emojis.
Larsa, 48, was married to Pippen from 1997 to 2021, the NY Submit reviews.
The exes have 4 youngsters collectively: sons Scotty Jr., 22, Preston, 21 and Justin, 18, and 14-year-old daughter Sophia.
Larsa has since moved on with Marcus Jordan, the 32-year-old son of NBA legend Michael Jordan, who was Pippen’s teammate in Chicago.
The 2 first sparked courting rumours in September earlier than making their relationship Instagram-official in January.
A month later, Marcus penned a candy Valentine’s Day tribute to Larsa on the social media platform.
“Three phrases, 8 letters, Completely happy Valentines Day, Babe,” Marcus captioned a photograph of Larsa holding two bouquets of flowers.
Marcus additionally supported Larsa on the “Actual Housewives of Miami” reunion, which started airing on Peacock this month.
It was within the second instalment of the reunion that Larsa opened up about her private life.
“I used to be married for 23 years, I’ve at all times had intercourse like 4 occasions an evening,” Larsa mentioned.
When host Andy Cohen responded, “Marcus has huge sneakers to fill,” Larsa fired again: “Nicely, he has a dimension 15 shoe so I feel he’s OK.”
Larsa has continued to submit images with Marcus on Instagram, together with a comfortable snap from early March.
“Know your price, then add tax,” she wrote.
This text initially appeared within the NY Submit and was reproduced with permission.