Larsa Pippen was spotted holding hands with NBA player Malik Beasley in Miami on November 23. The outing came just over a week after she revealed she had tested positive for COVID-19.
Larsa Pippen was not alone during a recent shopping trip. The former Real Housewives of Miami star, 46, was photographed hand-in-hand with Minnesota Timberwolves player Malik Beasley at a mall in Miami. Larsa and the NBA star wore face masks during the outing, which included a pitstop at Macy’s.
This appears to be the first time cameras caught the two together. The former Kardashian confidant wore an all-black outfit, which she coordinated with her sneakers and mask. She carried her cell phone in one hand and wore a dark backpack. Meanwhile, Malik was captured with his mask down below his nose, donned a color block outfit and orange sneakers.
Before she stepped out in Miami on Tuesday, Larsa was most recently linked to Too Hot To Handle star, Harry Jowsey, 23. The two sparked romance rumors in October, when they were photographed getting flirty on a number of occasions.
Larsa’s shopping trip with Malik came after she admitted to undergoing a tough battle with COVID-19 earlier this month. In a since-deleted Instagram Story, Larsa revealed on November 13 that she had been battling coronavirus “for a week” — therefore, according to the timeline, the start of her bout with COVID began on or around November 6. All of the latter means Larsa’s Miami outing came four days after her presumed CDC-mandated 14-day quarantine. “It’s no joke I’ve never felt pain like this!,” Larsa added in her initial message on social media.
HollywoodLife reached out to her rep, who confirmed at the time that the mother of four had tested positive for COVID-19. “Yes she has been battling it for a week. She’s had the worst body aches and hard time breathing. We have a doctor coming to the house caring for her,” the rep said in a statement on November 13.
By November 17, Larsa’s assistant gave HollywoodLife an update on the reality star‘s condition. “She just took another test, however the [doctor] feels like it’s going to be positive still [because] she is still suffering from chills and migraines,” her assistant said.
Larsa stepped out for the first time since sharing the news about her diagnosis on November 19. She was photographed taking a stroll through her neighborhood while dressed in a Nike sports bra and shorts.