Larsa Pippen says she and Kim Kardashian have “apologized” to one another following the fallout of their friendship back in 2020.
In an interview with Us Weekly, the “Real Housewives of Miami” star revealed where she stands with Kim now — and it looks like the two former BFFs have mended fences.
“I feel like we’re in a really good place. You know, I feel like there was a lot [of] miscommunication at the time,” the 47-year-old star shared. “We’ve all apologized to each other. We’re in a really good place.”
Reports of a fallout surfaced in July 2020 after fans noticed that the entire Kardashian family had quietly unfollowed Larsa on social media. Then, a few months later, Pippen addressed the situation directly, admitting that she and Kim had “a different type of relationship” than before, going on to seemingly insinuate that Kim’s then-husband Ye played a role in the rift.
Pippen returned to RHOM for season 4 on Peacock last month after starring on season 1 of the Bravo series. She seemingly commented on the situation during the Real Housewives of Miami season premiere.
“People thought I couldn’t make it without some old friends,” she explained during the episode as a photo of her and the KKW Beauty founder were shown on screen. “I’m great. I just basically want to, like, live my best life, have fun, do whatever I want unapologetically.”
During an interview on E! News’ Daily Pop Pippen also dished on the state of her friendship with Kim.
“We’re in a really good place. I feel like, you know, Kanye and I had a little situation…he reached out to me and he apologized and I feel like we’re in a good place right now.”
Happy Everyone’s Happy
When asked what she thinks of Kim’s new boo Pete Davidson, Larsa said she just wants her to be happy.
“You know what, I just want everyone to be happy. If you’re happy, I’m happy.”
Larsa herself recently finalized her divorce from Scottie Pippen, though the former couple of 20 years actually split five years ago.
“I feel like it was the longest divorce in history,” she said. “I was like, ‘Is this ever going to end?'”