Larsa Pippen clashes with Marcus Jordan as he seems to defend Luis Rubiales


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Larsa Pippen and boyfriend Marcus Jordan discussed the controversial Luis Rubiales incident on their podcast.

Rubiales kissed Jenni Hermoso at the women’s World Cup final awards ceremony, leading to his suspension. The dispute continues with Rubiales denying wrongdoing and Hermoso accusing him of sexual assault.

As the conversation unfolded, Pippen said: ‘Latins are huggers and kissers, but grabbing her face and kissing her on the lips is so inappropriate, so off limits, so wrong. 

‘I feel like a lot of times women are put in situations where you feel like this person is powerful and you don’t have a voice. She probably didn’t know what to do, everybody is looking.’

Marcus replied: ‘Also, playing devil’s advocate here and not necessarily vouching for him, it as their first championship they have ever won.’

Shocked, Pippen interrupted: ‘Oh my god, what does that mean?’

Jordan replied: ‘You know how excited sometimes people get when they win their first championship. And so, you know, I don’t think he was necessarily aware of what he was doing.’

But Pippen was unimpressed, saying: ‘Marcus, you know, come on. You know kissing them on the lips is wrong.’

Jordan said: ‘But like you said, in different cultures it is more common that you kiss on the lips.

‘Kissing on the cheek.’ Pippen said. ‘What culture is that? A perverted culture, by the way.’

Jordan continued: ‘I’ve seen it. I feel like in this case, with the team winning the very first championship – I feel that in the past I’ve seen male coaches kissing male athletes.’

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