The Real Housewives of Miami Star Larsa Pippen revealed that she and her ex-husband NBA star Scottie Pippen had sex 4 times a night, every night, for 23 years they were married, without ever taking a day off.
The 48-year-old reality tv star made the comments on the Real Housewives of Miami reunion special.
“I was married for 23 years. I’ve always had sex four times a night. I had sex four times a night every night. I never had a day off for 23 years,” she said.
The host of the show interjected to ask if she intended to marry Marcus, Michael Jordan’s son, 16 year her junior, whom she is currently dating.
“I would definitely change my last name for whomever I married, that’s for sure,” she responded.
The Host then added that Marcus definitely “have big shoes to fill,” to which Larsa replied, “well he wears a size 15 shoe, so I think he’s ok.”
The mother of four explained that She and Marcus do not have any problems navigating their age difference and that his parents are fine with the age difference between the couple. “Age doesn’t determine your level of maturity,” “I feel like a lot of people think we’ve known each other for our whole lives and we have not. We met four years ago at a party.”
Scottie Pippen, her ex-husband and Michael Jordan, were professional rivals and did not get along well. Larsa said she didn’t care about that.
“That’s how Scottie feels. He has a right to the way he feels. I personally don’t really care about what other people…I live my truth. I’m happy. Everyone’s fine. When you’re an adult, your parents just want to see you happy. We’ve spent holidays together. We’re in a great place.”
The host of the show then asked, “Do you feel like you should ask your ex about your future love interest?” to which she responded, “The only conversations we have are based on our kids, I don’t ask him who he’s dating, he doesn’t ask me who I’m dating. As long as my kids are happy — my kids love Marcus. We travel together. My kids really enjoy spending time with him. I feel like I’m in a great place and that’s the most important thing.”