12 Dec Montana Yao Says She Was Asked to Leave Her Home Amid Larsa Pippen Scandal
All this is in response to the Timberwolves player being spotted holding hands and cozying up to Larsa Pippen in public. Montana’s immediate reply being, “Wow… I don’t even know this man… This is wild y’all I’m seeing it for the first time just like y’all.”
Neither Beasley, nor Pippen, has commented or responded to Montana or any reports on what’s going on between them.
“We were told to leave our family home 10 days ago and just like you all, I’m pretty confused. There has been no private or public addressing of the situation nor any type of apology. I’m not the type to disclose too much information but I definitely will if or when I feel it is appropriate,” wrote Yao. “Things have been pretty rough, I’m not going to lie.”
Since the story broke, she’s received an outpour of support from her fans, whom she went on the thank in her post for their “kind words of encouragement and love.” “It has really held me up to be strong for not only myself but more importantly for my son.”
She continues, “Thank you to all the strong women and mothers who have shared similar stories. Also, thank you to all the men out there who have sent me support and understanding. I’m focusing on healing myself and becoming the best mother I can at this time. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I’ll be back soon.”