Scottie Pippen's Ex Larsa Shares Photo of 3 Handsome Sons & Beautiful Daughter on Earth Day
Larsa Pippen recently shared a photo of her four children having fun before a beautiful landscape on Earth Day.
Many people celebrated mother earth and the beauty and life it gives the world from the comfort of their homes during Earth Day.
SCOTTIE PIPPEN'S KIDS
Scottie Pippen's ex, Larsa Pippen, recently took to Instagram to share a photo of their beautiful children during Earth Day.
Their three sons, Scotty Jr., Justin, and Preston, and one daughter, Sophia, took a dip in the pool as they smiled against a vast land of trees.
Several social media users took to the comments section kind words about the children, including one who said the boys look like their father.
The former couple tied the knot in 1997 and started experiencing marital problems in 2016. Larsa asked for joint and physical custody for their children, and now they happily co-parent their offspring.
RELATIONSHIP OF SCOTTIE AND LARSA
Before Larsa, Scottie was married to Karen McCollum and had a son during their two-year-marriage. The athlete also shares two daughters with his ex-girlfriend Sonya Roby and former fiancee, Yvette De Leon.
At that time, Larsa claimed that she and Scottie tried to fix their marriage several times but eventually decided to call it quits.
The unfavorable comparison had people naming Scottie as both an undervalued and underrated player in the NBA.
She also noted that their children were their top priority and asked for privacy from the media during a difficult time.
LARSA DEFENDS SCOTTIE
Recently, after the release of the Netflix docuseries "The Last Dance," Larsa defended her estranged husband from his earnings being tackled in the series.
The Michael Jordan documentary talked about Scottie's deal with the Chicago Bulls during his career, which turned sour after the term ended.
"The Last Dance" also highlighted that the NBA champion's earnings were much lower than that of Jordan's, despite being on the same team.
The unfavorable comparison had people naming Scottie as both an undervalued and underrated player in the NBA. However, the player left the team in 1998 to make more income.
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