RHOM's Larsa Pippen shades ex-BFF Kim Kardashian in reboot premiere & boasts she's living her 'best life' after fallout

REAL Housewives of Miami star Larsa Pippen shaded her ex-BFF Kim Kardashian and admitted how much better she’s doing without her.

The TV personality, 47, had a major falling out with the Kardashian family, and she revealed during the season premiere of the RHOM revival that that’s all behind her now.


Larsa has had a lot of changes in her life over the last few years, between divorcing her husband of over 20 years, Scottie Pippen, and feuding with her former best friend Kim.

Last July, things got so heated between Larsa and the Kardashian crew that they all unfollowed her on social media.

She opened up about the “falling out” they all had while a guest on Hollywood Unlocked, explaining that they all entered into a "a weird, ugly place” and couldn’t repair their friendships.

Still, she hasn’t let any of it get her down and said on RHOM, as a photo of her and Kim appeared: ”People thought I wouldn't make it without Scottie. People thought I couldn't make it without some old friends.

“I'm great. I just basically want to live my best life, have fun, do whatever I want unapologetically."

While Larsa shared just how "great" she's doing without Kim as her BFF, the Skims founder shut down accusations that she recently had shaded Larsa.

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The 41-year-old originally shared a selfie with the caption: "They can steal your recipe but the sauce won't taste the same," which sparked a slew of comments from fans trying to guess who she was referring to.

Some speculated the caption was aimed at Larsa as she was recently accused of "trying to become the new Kim Kardashian" in a RHOM trailer.

Kim cleared the air in response to the chatter by fans after one tweeted: "If this is the shade she was throwing, I'm am all here for the pettiness," along with photos of the old pals together.

The tweet caught the model's eye prompting her to reply: "No shade throwing, I don’t do subs. I want everyone to win. I just had a good caption LOL."

Larsa was one of Kim's closest friends for years and regularly appeared on Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

Although Kim has not spoken publicly about falling out with Larsa, she, as well as her family, unfollowed the RHOM star after Kanye West mentioned her in a July 2020 Twitter rant.

They have given no explanation for their snub, but the shocking move came after Kanye tweeted, "Larsa" followed by a suspicious face emoji in the midst of a social media tirade.

At the time, Larsa commented on the situation, saying: "I Woke up this morning blessed and see that everybody is focused on who I am following and who I am not following on social media."

She added: "I am focused on my children, my new fitness brand Larsapippenfitness, and my relationships in real life.

"Praying that everybody finds peace in their own lives and focus on what brings THEM happiness."

While Larsa’s longtime friendship with Kim ended last year, her marriage to Scottie ended a couple years earlier.

The exes share four kids together, and she filed for divorce in 2018 after over two decades together.

On RHOM, Larsa shared that she’s still figuring out her romantic future, as well as still working on the final aspects of her split from her husband. 

"I'm open, you know what I mean,” she told her friends. “I just want to see what I like. The only thing is, I'm still married.”

The 47-year-old explained: "Everything has been finalized, I feel like for a while. But it's just taken so long because we've had to separate all of our assets. All of our stuff.

“I feel like it's probably a good thing because I felt so much guilt. Like, I put so much into my marriage but it just wouldn't get better."



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