Lawwwwd, the week just started and the tea is overflowing! NBA baller Malik Beasley publicly apologizing to his estranged wife Montana Yao for stepping out in their marriage with Larsa Pippen was just the tip of the drama iceberg.
What should have been a moment of reconciliation for the couple turned into a back-and-forth between Malik’s wife Montana and his side piece Larsa Pippen, who is also still technically married, to retired NBA legend Scottie Pippen.
Malik started this off by sharing a picture of him and his wife after what appeared to be the birth of their child. His caption was an apology to Montana for essentially publicly humiliating her for dating Larsa even though he and Montana were still married.
In his apology, Malik alleged he ended things with Larsa and claims it was Larsa who called the paparazzi on them when he was creeping. During that time, both Malik and Larsa claimed Malik was separated from his wife, but Montana was adamant that Malik still lived in their home with her.
Montana accepted her husband’s apology and acknowledged that it was big of him to publicly apologize but especially important because their son may see this one day.
“My main priority has been all and will forever be my son so I’m glad if/when he looks back on all of this one day he can see his dad publicly apologized to use for publicly hurting us,” Montana wrote.
While it seems Montana is ready to start healing, she had one more thing to say to Larsa Pippen and whew, Montana did not hold back, referring to the basketball wife as a “ran thru blow up doll.”
Larsa did not take too kindly to Montana’s words, firing back with a message for Montana and speaking her “truth” about Malik.
Larsa said she thought about how Malik did Montana and their son, which helped her decide she didn’t want him around her or her kids. She also said Malik cries too much and that he was cheap.
Check out Larsa’s message to Montana:
Whew! The girls are fighting but only time will tell if this gets better or worse. We’ll keep you posted.
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