Marcus Jordan Clarifies Michael Jordan’s Comments About Larsa Pippen Relationship


While out in Paris, Michael Jordan was requested about his son’s relationship with Larsa Pippen. Marcus Jordan is at present relationship Larsa, the ex-wife of Michael’s long-time Bulls teammate Scottie. Initially laughing off the query, Michael lastly answered “no” when requested if he authorized of the connection. This, after all, sparked a complete lot of drama. Larsa and Marcus are a serious energy couple proper now, particularly with the launch of a podcast by which they very overtly speak about their relationship.

But does MJ really disapprove of his son’s relationship? Or was his reply whereas swarmed by paparazzi taken out of context? Well, in keeping with Marcus, it seems like this was all only a large misunderstanding.

MJ Does Approve Of Larsa Pippen

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LOS ANGELES, CA – FEBRUARY 13: Marcus Jordan and Larsa Pippen are seen on February 13, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by TWIST/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

Speaking with Entertainment Tonight, Marcus confirmed that his household don’t have any drawback with Larsa, or their relationship. “We spent Thanksgiving together last year, and my family loves her. They think she’s great,” Marcus Jordan stated. “And ultimately, I think my family just wants to see me happy. And so as long as I’m happy, they’re happy with whoever I’m dating. Everybody had an opinion at first, I think there was some shock and interest early on. But I think that was the whole point of us trying to spend some family time together during the holidays. At least for me, if we’re gonna be in the media, I kind of need to introduce you to my mom and my mom’s side and my dad’s side. And so, I think that went well and so far, so good.”

However, ET pushed Marcus to deal with the rumors that his father didn’t approve of the connection. “We got the Michael Jordan stamp of approval on Larsa,” Marcus confirmed. Unless MJ is about to drop a bomb on his son within the worst attainable method, it seems that Michael’s feedback have been taken out of context in Paris. If one was to invest, he might have been saying “no” to the query itself, not as a solution to it. Regardless, it’s good to get some clarification on this small slice of drama.



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