Larsa Pippen and Marcus Jordan didn’t seem happy after their recent interview on Pablo Torre’s show, which they described as a “hit piece.”
The “Real Housewives of Miami” star, 49, and the youngest son of NBA legend Michael Jordan — who recently appeared on the “Pablo Torre Finds Out” show on Meadowlark Media, where they discussed their buzzed-about relationship — explained why they felt as though the interview was “one-sided” and “biased.”
“We do podcasts and when people talk about us, I feel like they still don’t know who we are,” Larsa said during the latest installment of the couple’s “Separation Anxiety” podcast. “… “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 was referring to the first 30 minutes of Torre’s show, which included the host, his producer, Ryan Cortes and “Oddball” host Charlotte Wilder gossiping about the couple’s “real life soap opera romance” and questioning if it is even real.
Torre also opened the episode by saying he felt “a little shameful” for being obsessed with “Larcus’” relationship.
“It’s just funny because then when we did our interview they didn’t keep that same energy,” Marcus said.
“Obviously they had listened to the podcast and were familiar with it, but our interview was very fluffy… and I feel like their commentary that aired before our interview was pretty biased.”
That’s when Larsa said, “It was very one-sided… It was a hit piece by the way,” to which Marcus agreed.
“Now, actually having watched it back, I wish that that producer, there was some off-camera — I can’t remember the dude’s name, I just wish he was there because I feel like our interview would’ve taken a different tone and we would’ve been able to clap back a little bit,” Marcus explained.
“You know what the problem is,” Larsa said. “I think we’re too nice to people, because we really don’t talk about people and I feel like we really do come from a place that we just want to be together.
“But at the same time, I feel like, why are all these people hating on us? Because they’re miserable. That has to be what it is.”
Marcus added that he felt the couple handled themselves well.
“We don’t start s–t, we finish it,” he said. “I just wish that we had an opportunity — actually we should try to invite them onto our podcast.”
Larsa laughed at the idea.
“It’s funny because I feel like the people that have so much to say, are so miserable in their real lives,” she said. “If we took five seconds to research them, which I would never even do because they’re not worth our time, you’ll realize that these people are losers.”
Torre has yet to address Larsa and Marcus’ comments.
Torre and Co. pressed the couple with “awkward and essential questions about Michael and Scottie” during the interview, among other questions about their non-traditional romance.
Larsa politely declined to discuss whether she’s “been around Michael” during her relationship with his 32-year-old son.
Jordan and Pippen won six championships together in Chicago and are considered arguably the greatest NBA duo — but their relationship has soured in recent years.
Larsa was married to NBA champ Scottie Pippen for 24 years.
She and Marcus, who were first linked in September 2022, went public with their relationship in January.
It came two years after Larsa finalized her divorce from Pippen in December 2021.
The exes married in 1997 and share four children: sons Scotty Jr., 22, Preston, 21, and Justin, 18, and 14-year-old daughter Sophia.