Kim Kardashian responds after she's accused of shading Larsa Pippen following claims ex-BFF is trying to be like her

KIM Kardashian shut down accusations that she was slamming her ex BFF Larsa Pippen in a tweet saying she "wants everyone to win."

The reality star's recent post was questioned by fans who believed her words were aimed at her former friend.

Kim cleared the air in response to the chatter by fans after one tweeted: "If this is the shade she was throwing, I'm am all here for the pettiness," along with photos of the old pals together.

The tweet caught the model's eye prompting her to reply: "No shade throwing, I don’t do subs. I want everyone to win. I just had a good caption LOL."

The 41-year-old originally shared a selfie with the caption: "They can steal your recipe but the sauce won't taste the same," which sparked a slew of comments from fans trying to guess who she was referring to.

One follower replied: “That’s right Kim!! All these chicks out here trying to be you!!!”

Another asked: “Okay … what you trynna tell us Kim?”

And many speculated she is talking about her former pal Larsa, writing: “Larsa reading this post.”

Her post coincides with the latest trailer for Real Housewives of Miami, which features Larsa, 47.

In the clip Adriana de Moura brutally accuses her of trying to be Kim, saying: “You left this group of women, come back with a butt as big as Kim Kardashian’s, trying to become the new Kim Kardashian, which you’re never going to be.”

Kim and Larsa were besties until last year and she regularly appeared on Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

But that came to a grinding halt when the Kardashian family suddenly unfollowed her on Instagram.

Kanye West even got involved as he tweeted simply, “Larsa” with a thinking face emoji and no further explanation.

Larsa, who was married to Chicago Bulls star Scottie Pippen, retaliated by removing all pictures of them from her social media and told her fans: “I woke up this morning blessed and see that everybody is focused on who I am following and who I am not following on social media.

“I am focused on my children, my new fitness brand Larsapippenfitness, and my relationships in real life. Praying that everybody finds peace in their own lives and focus on what brings THEM happiness.”

Rumors later emerged that Larsa had also been "hooking up" with Khloe Kardashian's baby daddy, Tristan Thompson, which could have been the root of the fallout.

But Larsa insisted she was "kinda seeing Tristan before Khloe, before Khloe or any of them knew he existed."


Larsa also stirred up trouble when it was revealed that she hooked up with Minnesota Timberwolves star Malik Beasley, 25, at the end of last year.

Pictures of the pair arm-in-arm shocked the pro baller's wife Montana Yao with sources telling TMZ she was "blindsided."

Beasley's baby mother promptly filed for divorce in December and accused her beau of cheating with the pair now estranged.

But Larsa claims the pair were already separated before she entered the fray.

On Hollywood Unlocked, she said: "We had spoken about it. It wasn’t a secret. 

"I know a lot of people that are married and exiting.

"I’ve played that part. So for me, if you’re not being shady and you’re telling me all your stuff, I’m going to believe you."

Larsa and Scottie ended their marriage in 2018 after having four children together.

Malik and Montana share 23-month-old son Makai.


Larsa denied accusations of cheating and added: "A lot of people are not happy in their situations and they don’t want to jump ship until they see someone they like.

"You don’t want to just shake your kids up because you might never meet someone that you actually like.

"You’re in a state of living in the same place, but not really together.

"It had nothing to do with me, so I wasn’t thinking anything about it.

"If you spent a minute Googling their situation, it wasn’t the ideal situation way before me."

Around the same time, rumors swirled that the star would appear in the relaunched RHOM. 

Larsa originally starred in the show when it aired in 2011.

Last year, executive producer Andy Cohen announced the return of the Miami franchise after almost 10 years of being off the air. 

The Bravo network decided to bring back the Miami spinoff after “much fan demand.”

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