The Instagram action went down after Larsa posted a stunning selfie taken inside a parked SUV. The 46-year-old model looked flawless while rocking a high ponytail and a furry black coat. She finished off the look with a pair of massive diamond earrings.
Larsa captioned the post, “What’s on your Xmas list?” The Minnesota Timberwolves star quickly double-tapped the post to show his appreciation for her beautiful snap.
Many people trolled Larsa over Malik in the comment section. One following wrote, “Larsa: what’s on your Xmas list?
Malik Beasley: you ?❤️”
Another joked they had commented on the post before the NBA star writing, “Here before Malik ?.” “Malik finna say “U ?❤️???”,” said one person clearly unimpressed with their new relationship and the NBA star constantly fawning over Larsa on IG.
Other men tried to shoot their shot despite Larsa being taken. One male admirer wrote, “You and only you ???????????????.”
Larsa and Malik have been going strong for a couple of weeks now. Last month, the duo was caught by paparazzi on a date in Miami. They were seen holding hands while walking around the town with their masks on.
The photos caused quite the stir because Malik is still legally married to a model named Montana Yao. His estranged wife took to Instagram to trash Malik for his actions with Larsa.
She said she was taken aback and shocked by his decision to prance around Florida with another woman.
Montana hired a lawyer and quickly filed divorce papers in court. Earlier this month, she gave an update on the situation to her followers. Montana claimed Malik kicked her out of the home they shared with their son.
She said, “Hey y’all I just wanted to say THANK YOU so much for your tremendous love and support during this time. We were told to leave our family home 10 days ago, and just like you, I’m pretty confused” by the situation.”
Aside from his personal drama, Malik has a little legal trouble to worry about. He recently entered a guilty plea to a felony charge of threats of violence. The charge stemmed from an incident where the NBA star reportedly threatening his family members with an assault rifle.
The Minnesota Timberwolves star was originally charged with felony threats of violence and fifth-degree drug possession. The drug charge was dropped and the felony will be reduced to a misdemeanor once Malik completes his probation.
According to reports, Malik’s lawyers say he will not serve his potential jail time or home confinement until after the 2020-21 NBA season. The sentence will not exceed 120 days.