La La Anthony has the support of her friends as she navigates the separation from her husband, Carmelo.
Earlier this year, many were surprised that after a decade-long romance and seven-year marriage, La La and Carmelo announced that they were getting a divorce.
A long list of reasons was given for the split including the rumors that the basketball star had an affair with another woman who claimed that she was pregnant with his child.
Over the summer, the lovers reconciled and had plans to move to another state to continue working on the relationship.
After the New York Knicks traded Carmelo to the Oklahoma City Thunder — the pair believed that the peaceful environment would provide a new start.
At a recent event, the Power actress revealed that she is leaning on faithful friends as she goes through this ordeal.
The former radio personality said: “But there was no way that I was missing this ball tonight.”
The mother of one went on to explain: “This is about changing the world and supporting someone that is amazing. I think when you consider your friendships real . . . You know that everyone is going to support each other. I did not have to ask my friends to wear my clothes — they call me and ask me to send them stuff. When Kim [Kardashian] released her makeup box, I said, ‘Where is my makeup so I can start using it?’ We just support each other no matter what.”
A source close to La La claimed that New York is a beautiful place, and she loves it, but it is also stressful for her and her family.
The person stated: “An issue with La La and Carmelo was his attitude is very negative. He just was very stressed and ended up taking out his emotions on La La. They both blame the issues with the team being a boiling point that rolled over to enhance the issues with their relationship. But now that Carmelo is gone and now on a team that is a contender for a championship, it has changed Carmelo‘s attitude immensely and may be the catalyst to save the marriage.”
Most commenters believe that the estranged couple will find a way to work things out.