One year after he filed for divorce from his wife of 20 years, basketball legend Scottie Pippen has agreed in a Broward County family court to dismiss his petition for a split.
In a quickie hearing Saturday in downtown Fort Lauderdale, lawyers for Scottie, 52, and former “Real Housewives of Miami” star Larsa Pippen, 43, told Judge Dale Cohen the lovebirds patched things up and will remain husband and wife, court records show.
The Pippens, married in Chicago in 1997, have four children and have been living on a canal in the Rio Vista neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale for a decade.
According to reports when he filed, Pippen believed Larsa cheated on him with Mask Off rapper Future while visiting BFF Kim Kardashian in Los Angeles.
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The suspected hookup appears to have been real enough for Future to write a tune about it, then taunt Scottie on Instagram with flirtatious notes to his wife.
In a June court hearing, the lawyers for both Pippens said the couple moved to Los Angeles full time.
“They’re working on [a reconciliation],” Jorge Cestero, Larsa’s attorney, said at the time.
Mostly known as Michael Jordan’s lieutenant during a six-NBA Championship run with the Chicago Bulls, Pippen originally alleged irreconcilable differences between he and Larsa.