Marcus Jordan, the son of NBA legend Michael Jordan, and Larsa Pippen, the ex-wife of Jordan’s longtime teammate Scottie Pippen, have ended their relationship after more than a year of dating.
According to Erin Crabtree and Yana Grebenyuk of Us Weekly, Pippen, 49, just deleted all photos of Jordan, 33, from her Instagram site.
The two of them also unfollowed each other on the social media platform, and Pippen fueled suspicions about their split during Super Bowl LVIII on Sunday by posting an Instagram Story poll asking, “Should your friends unfollow your ex?”
News first broke that Jordan and Pippen were dating in September 2022. They were reportedly “trying to keep it on the down-low because of the rift between” Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen.
The former Chicago Bulls teammates had a falling out after Pippen wrote in his 2021 memoir, Unguarded, that the 2020 docuseries The Last Dance “glorified Michael Jordan while not giving nearly enough praise to me and my proud teammates.”
At one point, Michael Jordan expressed that he did not approve of his son’s relationship with Pippen’s ex-wife. While Marcus said during the couple’s Separation Anxiety podcast that he believed his father was joking, Larsa said, “I didn’t think it was funny. There’s nothing funny about it.”
The couple sparked engagement rumors this past summer, but now it appears that is off the table. They also recently appeared together on season two of The Traitors reality competition series.