Now that Kim Kardashian‘s marriage to Kanye West has come to an end, Larsa Pippen is said to be hoping to be able to patch things up with her former friend.
As fans will recall, Larsa and Kim were once the best of friends; however, in more recent years, the relationship between the two friends seemed to fizzle out. While an exact reason was never made clear, Larsa is reported to have always felt that it was Kanye who drove a wedge between her and Kim. So perhaps it’s of no surprise that Larsa is said to now be feeling optimistic about a reconciliation with her former bestie now that Kanye’s out of the picture.
According to US Weekly, “Larsa feels like — and hopes — her friendship with Kim will be back to normal sooner or later, especially now that Kanye’s out of the picture.”
While the fact that the pair currently live on opposite coasts might make it hard to hit the town and hang out in person frequently, Larsa claims the two “never really had a falling out” but rather it was Kanye who was the true problem. It also doesn’t hurt that Larsa is still friends with many of those in Kim’s inner circle including Scott Disick.
Are Larsa Pippen and Kim Kardashian still friends?
At this time, it does not appear that Kim Kardashian and Larsa Pippen are on the best of terms and have fallen out of one another’s inner circle.
While the two have stopped following one another on social media and exchanged some shady remarks directed towards the other, it does seem the pair still have one another’s back. Just last year when Kim was being blasted by some critics over her decision to consider abortion when pregnant with her eldest daughter, Larsa was quick to come to Kim’s support in putting critics on blast.
Considering Larsa is hoping to reconnect with Kim, there’s obviously still something there between the two but only time will tell if their friendship can be repaired.
Do you think Larsa Pippen and Kim Kardashian will be able to patch up their friendship and reconnect now that Kanye is out of the picture or has that ship sailed beyond the point of no return?