Larsa Pippen shared a message about ‘meeting a person you’re comfortable with’ just hours before Malik Beasley liked her most recent snapshot.
Larsa Pippen, 46, got a lot of attention on Dec. 19 when she took to Instagram to post an eye-catching cryptic message about connecting with someone. The former BFF of Kim Kardashian, who has recently been seen holding hands with and nearly kissing Malik Beasley, 24, shared the post just hours before she posted a pretty new photo of herself, which Malik liked. “Sometimes you meet a person and you just click-you’re comfortable with them, like you’ve known them your whole life, and you don’t have to pretend to be anyone or anything,” the message read.
In the photo that followed, Larsa was posing outside in a gray sweatshirt that was cropped above the waist over a brown patterned top and jeans. She also wore slip-on heels that had clear tops and was holding a pair of sunglasses. “God, goals, growing, and glowing @prettylittlething,” she captioned the pic.
In addition to Malik’s like, she received over 11,000 more likes and several comments from fans. “Gorgeous,” one fan wrote while another called her “stunning.” A third wrote, “An amazing woman” and many more left her red heart emojis.
Before her recent posts, Larsa’s been making headlines for her relationship with Malik. Before almost kissing him while posing for photos during a date night in Minnesota on Dec. 14, she was spotted holding his hand at a mall in Miami on Nov. 23. The pic seemed to prompt his now estranged wife, Montana Yao, to respond with a message on Instagram on Dec. 1.
“Wow… I don’t even know this man. This is wild y’all I’m seeing it for the first time just like y’all. The truth always comes out one way or another. I’ve always and will forever remain true to who I am and GOD has never let me down. … Appreciate all the love y’all for real,” it read.
Just days after, on Dec. 9, Montana filed for divorce but a source told us that Larsa had nothing to do with it. “[She] didn’t have anything to do with their break-up and she could have spoken out to defend herself but out of respect she kept quiet, she felt that was the right thing to do,”