If you ever find yourself in the position of being Kim Kardashian’s best friend and want to keep it that way, here’s a pro tip, straight from her former BFF, Larsa Pippen: Don’t know too much.
Larsa and Kim used to be super tight, but in July 2020, the friendship seemed to fall apart—in such a big way that the entire Kardashian fam actually unfollowed Larsa on social media. When Larsa addressed the feud in November of that year during an interview on the Hollywood Raw podcast, she suggested Kanye played a role in the end of the friendship.
“I just feel like Kanye was in a place where he, you know, he really didn’t trust anyone with Kim,” she said, according to E! News. “So, I feel like I was the person that was like, ‘Oh, like, don’t be so close to her because you’re so close to her’ that, you know, that kind of had something to do with it.”
In this week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Miami, Larsa gave a little more insight into what went down and it sounds like her front row seat for all things Kimye played a role.
Larsa was at dinner with Kiki Barth and Adriana de Moura when the topic of ideal men came up and her description of the perfect guy (“I like tall, dark, and handsome”) reminded Adriana of Kanye.
“What was the story between you and Kanye West, by the way?” Adriana asked, according to E! News. At the dinner, Larsa insisted that nothing happened between her and Ye and they were “just friends,” but in a confessional interview, she dug a little deeper into the whole situation.
“I don’t even know what happened,” Larsa explained. “I was best friends with Kim and I love her and I love Kanye and I just was the person who was stuck in the middle. I took a beating because I was the friend that was basically there and saw everything and that basically was the demise of our relationship. I knew too much, I was a problem and so whatever. That’s kind of what happened.”
Moral of the story: When it comes to the Kardashians, do keep up, but don’t know too much.
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