Larsa Pippen And Malik Beasley Are Over Following Dating Scandal!

Larsa Pippen And Malik Beasley Are Over Following Dating Scandal!
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According to new reports, Larsa Pippen and Malik Beasley are no longer a couple after a few months of dating. Apparently, the RHOM alum just wishes to 'distance herself from the drama.'

As you may know, the two received some backlash over their PDA pics and it sounds like the scandal took a toll on their romance.

However, sources tell Us Weekly that they are 'still in communication.'

Previously, the Minnesota Timberwolves player and Larsa made headlines after being spotted hand in hand in public while the man was still married to Montana Yao legally.

The Real Housewives of Miami star addressed the controversy, telling the world that Montana and he were 'separated.'

'I Googled them when I met him — they were not together. They had issues. It had nothing to do with me, so I was not thinking anything about it. If you spent just a minute Googling their situation, it was not the ideal situation way before me. We'd spoken about it. It was not a secret. I know a lot of people married and exiting. I have played that part. So for me, if you are not being shady and you are telling me all your stuff, I am going to believe you.'

Now she is no longer as interested, one source telling the outlet that she just has other priorities.

'Larsa decided to distance herself from the drama. He was going through a lot and the timing was not right.'

The insider was, of course, talking about the fact that Malik was sentenced to 120 days behind bars for a firearm-related incident.

His lawyer told HollywoodLife that he is also allowed to spend that time in 'home confinement or electronic monitor.'

The couple spent Valentine's Day together before breaking up.

The insider went on to stress that, in spite of the controversy, their romance was not even that serious.

'Many people assumed it was serious when in fact it was not. Larsa is now focusing on family and Larsa Marie, her jewellery brand.'

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