Larsa Pippen, the reality TV star and former wife of basketball player Scottie Pippen, has made headlines once again, this time for her plans to change her last name if she marries her current boyfriend, Marcus Jordan. Jordan is the son of NBA legend Michael Jordan, and Pippen has reportedly confirmed that if they tie the knot, her last name will “definitely” be changed to Jordan.
Despite the potential backlash from fans and critics, Pippen seems unfazed by public opinion. In a recent interview, she stated that changing her last name was a personal decision and that she didn’t care what others thought about it. Pippen’s relationship with Marcus Jordan has been in the public eye since the couple was spotted together in Miami in 2020.
Pippen, who is known for her appearances on the reality TV show “The Real Housewives of Miami,” has been candid about her personal life and relationships in the past. She was previously married to Scottie Pippen for over 20 years before their divorce in 2018. The couple has four children together.
While Pippen’s plans to change her last name may raise eyebrows, it is not an uncommon practice for women to take their partner’s last name after marriage. However, in recent years, there has been a growing trend of couples creating their own unique last names or women keeping their own last names after marriage.
Regardless of her decision to change her name, it is clear that Pippen and Jordan are serious about their relationship. Jordan is the founder of the sneaker store Trophy Room, and Pippen has been a frequent visitor to the store and has shared photos of herself sporting Jordan brand sneakers on social media.
It remains to be seen if Pippen and Jordan will tie the knot, but if they do, Pippen’s last name change will certainly be a topic of conversation. Regardless of the public’s opinion, Pippen seems content with her decision and is focused on her relationship with Jordan.