Larsa Pippen raised a few eyebrows over the weekend. The 45-year-old reality star and ex to NBA star Scottie Pippen took to Instagram with a sizzling photo reminding fans of her luxury possessions – from the designer Fendi bag and Chanel sneakers to the red Ferrari she was posing against, Larsa was delivering bling galore.
As to the response, the mostly positive vibe was dampened a bit by some fans suggesting that the former “Real Housewives of Miami” star’s money was all her ex-husband’s.
Larsa’s photo showed her striking a pose and looking very Instagrammable as she stood by a red Ferrari with its left door open. The blonde and her luxury vehicle were backed by greenery and a house, with Larsa herself seen flaunting her curves in a skin-tight and strappy gray jumpsuit – a shout-out to Pretty Little Thing saw the star possibly earning some cash via the label she regularly influences for.
Larsa also rocked dark shades, Chanel sneakers, and a mini backpack from Italian designer Fendi.
Larsa took to her caption to mention the various brands donned, also making a bit of a joke about the car situation.
“Neighborhood watch. Jumpsuit: @prettylittlething backpack: @chanelofficial sneakers: @fendi.” she wrote.
While fire emoji from Paris Hilton (and fans) joined a string of posts telling the star how fantastic she looked, other comments were less complimentary.
“Looks like nba money bought that,” a fan wrote.
“Exactly. Scottie Pippen made her. She can’t even change her surname after their divorce because its too famous,” another replied.
“Leach” was a separate comment.
Larsa made headines in December 2019 for being “close” to settling her two-decade marriage to Chicago Bulls star Scottie. Court documents obtained by The Blast showed Scottie had filed his declaration of disclosure, meaning he turned over all of his financial information to Larsa.
Meanwjile, 2018 saw Larsa deny both cheating allegations and suggestions that she was a gold-digger.
“Ppl are so insensitive to my life. I’m a lover and will never say anything negative about him. My soul isn’t built for negativity. I’ll take a beating publicly. Ppl saying I cheated when believe me it wasn’t like that,” she wrote on Instagram, adding:
“He was nowhere around. I cried oceans after him. I would do anything for him. Ppl saying I’m a gold digger is insane. I don’t care about money. I’ve had it my whole life.”
Larsa’s Sunday post wasn’t a full-blown ad, but it did see her influencing for the clothing brand she has an ongoing gig with. Pay on Instagram correlates with following, with experts over at Vox estimating the potential earnings.
“Influencers with up to 1 million followers can get $10,000 [per post], depending on the platform, and 1 million followers and up, you’re getting into territory where they can charge $100,000. Some can even get $250,000 for a post!”
Larsa has 1.9 million Instagram followers.