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OH? Michael Jordan’s Son Marcus Spotted Out To Eat With Scottie Pippen’s Ex-Wife Larsa In Miami

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Marcus Jordan - son of NBA icon Michael Jordan - and Larsa Pippen - ex-wife of Scottie Pippen - are fueling dating rumors after they were spotted dining together in Miami. See the flicks and tell us what you think inside….

Well, what exactly do we have here?

Marcus Jordan - son of NBA legend Michael Jordan - and Larsa Pippen - Scottie Pippen’s ex-wife - are making headlines after they were spotted out together recently.

TMZ captured photos of Marcus, 31, and Larsa, 48, dining together iMiami Japanese restaurant Zuma in Miami and it has fueled dating rumors online. Peep the alleged date flicks below:

The site reports: 

Eyewitnesses tell us they were there for about 45 minutes, and that there were no obvious signs of PDA between them. However, our sources say Larsa seemed to be trying to keep a low profile and got a little skittish when she realized folks had spotted her/were taking pics.

She's been living her best single life for a while now -- and has been rumored to have been romantically linked to a number of dudes in their 20s over the past few years or so ... including Ben Simmons, Harry Jowsey and more memorably, a married Malik Beasley.

Folks have plenty to say about it:







Larsa and Scottie officially called it quits in 2021 after 14 years of marriage where there were multiple divorce filings leading up to their last. They share four children together.

We wonder what Scottie thinks about his ex-wife dining with the son of his longtime Chicago Bulls teammate Michael Jordan. You may recall, Scottie and MJ won six NBA titles together back in the 90s. Recently, Scottie called out MJ for the way he was portrayed in his “Last Dance” documentary, causing some friction between the two. We’re sure he’s not too keen on his ex-wife’s latest move.


Photos: TMZ/Instagram 

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