Larsa Pippen and Marcus Jordan expressed dissatisfaction with their recent interview on Pablo Torre’s show, labeling it a “hit piece.” The “Real Housewives of Miami” star, 49, and Michael Jordan’s youngest son discussed feeling misrepresented and biased during the interview.
During their podcast, “Separation Anxiety,” Larsa criticized the pre-interview segment, describing it as “talking crazy” and accusing it of being “one-sided.” Marcus echoed this sentiment, expressing disappointment with the show’s format and the biased commentary that preceded their interview.
“We do podcasts and when people talk about us, I feel like they still don’t know who we are,” Larsa said… “They talked a lot of s– before [our segment aired].”
“They talked a lot of s–t,” he said. “I wasn’t too familiar with the format of his show. Maybe that’s on us not doing our research or whatever, I feel like the first half segment of the show was talking crazy,” Marcus said in agreement with Larsa.
Marcus pointed out that the tone of their actual interview was different from the earlier commentary, describing it as “very fluffy.” Larsa asserted that the pre-interview segment felt like a “hit piece,” a sentiment Marcus concurred with. Larsa also suggested that the negativity directed at them stems from the misery of those who criticize them.
Reflecting on the experience, Marcus expressed a desire to invite the show’s producers onto their podcast to offer a different perspective. Larsa emphasized their preference for maintaining a positive approach, despite facing criticism.
Torre, the show’s host, has yet to respond to Larsa and Marcus’ comments. The interview delved into the couple’s unconventional romance and raised questions about Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, with whom Larsa shares a complex history. Despite facing challenges, Larsa and Marcus asserted their commitment to each other.