Larsa Pippen shares her opinion on Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson's relationship

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Photo credit: Uri Schanker - Getty Images
Photo credit: Uri Schanker - Getty Images

Larsa Pippen's friendship with Kim Kardashian has had its ups and downs, but judging by her latest comments about Kim's relationship with Pete Davidson, the pair are now on good terms.

Back in July 2020, Keeping Up With The Kardashians fans noticed that the family and former BFF may no longer be on good terms, when they all unfollowed each other on Instagram.

Four months later in November, Larsa gave a pretty explosive interview, not only claiming she was dating Tristan Thompson before Khloé, but that she had to block Kanye West's number because he wouldn't stop calling her in the middle of the night. She said at the time, "If your husband feels, like, threatened by my relationship with you, then I don't want to be that person..."

Photo credit: Uri Schanker - Getty Images
Photo credit: Uri Schanker - Getty Images

Things then kicked off again in December 2021, when Larsa joined The Real Housewives of Miami. Her co-stars accused her of trying to be like the Kardashians, adding "which you’re never going to be," leading some fans to question whether Kim was throwing shade with a coincidentally-timed caption.

In a new interview with E! Online, though, Larsa says she and the Kardashians are back on good terms, while also sharing her thoughts on Kim and Pete's relationship.

"We're in a really good place," she said on Wednesday [12 January.] "I feel like, you know, Kanye and I had a little situation... He reached out to me and he apologised and I feel like we're in a good place right now."

On Pete and Kim, Larsa added, "You know what, I just want everyone to be happy. If you're happy, I'm happy."

Sounds like the feud is well and truly buried. For now.

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