Larsa Pippen resurfaced in public for the first time since holding hands with Minnesota Timberwolves player, Malik Beasley, in Miami. The ‘RHOM’ alum appeared to be returning from a trip.
Larsa Pippen, 46, has resurfaced in the public eye, 10 days after she was spotted at a mall in Miami with Minnesota Timberwolves player Malik Beasley, 24. Between now and then, it appears that The Real Housewives of Miami alum went on a trip, although it’s not clear where. Larsa, who was dressed cozily in gray sweats, was pictured making her way to her Miami home with a suitcase that appeared to have luggage tags from an airport.
On the very same day of her arrival, Larsa shared a photo of her billboard in West Hollywood, although that could’ve been snapped by a friend. The last time Larsa was pictured in public, the former Bravo star was holding hands with Malik and clinging to his arm during a shopping trip in her home city on Nov. 23.
Before the mall outing, it was discovered that Malik wrote on Nov. 16 that he wanted to take Larsa “out on a date” and “treat [her] like a queen” underneath an Instagram selfie that she had posted on Oct. 24. Larsa and Malik are currently following each other on Instagram as well. A day before Larsa was pictured in public again, she had “liked” Malik’s latest Instagram post.
A little over a week after Larsa and Malik’s photos were released, both Larsa and Malik’s wife Montana Yao had posted cryptic messages. First up was Montana, who shares a home with Malik in Plymouth, Minnesota. The former Miss Teen Malibu wrote on her Instagram Story on Dec. 1, “Wow, I don’t even know this man…this is wild y’all…I’m seeing it for the first time just like y’all.” It’s unclear if Montana was referring to the photos of her husband with Larsa, despite many fans assuming so. The model and rapper also shared photos with her 20-month-old son whom she shares with Malik, Makai Joseph Beasley, and cryptically wrote that they “got” each other.
Right on cue, Larsa arrived with a cryptic quote for her own Instagram Story on Dec. 2. “Don’t always trust what you see on social media. Even salt looks like sugar,” read the message. Kim Kardashian‘s ex-best friend didn’t reveal what the quote meant, or why she posted it. HollywoodLife has previously reached out to Malik’s and Montana’s reps for comment in the wake of the photos.