Recently, the NBA star issued a public apology to his ex Montana after he carried out a months-long relationship with Scottie Pippen's ex-wife while still being married.
After photos leaked of the two on a romantic dinner date in Miami, Montana quickly filed for divorce saying she was blindsided by the situation.
In his statement, Malik said, "I wanna say sorry for putting you in the situation you were put in the last few months.. my head wasn't were it was supposed to be. I was looking for more when it was right here that whole time," he admitted. "I'm telling the world and you that there's no body like you for me."
Malik said he broke off things with Larsa because there is no one like Montana. He even accused Larsa of setting up shots with the paparazzi to make sure they got caught out and about.
Montana took to Instagram calling Larsa "embarrassing" and telling her "women don't claim you." She called her an "old desperate thirsty ass ran thru blow-up doll" and accused her of calling the paparazzi "every single day" and for "every single man."
Larsa didn't take kindly to the message. She decided to clap back and wrote a message directly to Montana. She said, "I can spend the day going back and forth with you on the internet but woman to woman i would never do that, especially over a man."
"When I thought about him and how he treated your child he's not the type of man I want around mine. Any man who would deny his child and then leave the mother penniless is not a real man," she said.
Larsa said he also "cried entirely too much."
She told Montana, "If you ever find another man who wants you for you and not all the free press I'm giving both of you, lock him down. Malik was a clout chaser who pursued me relentlessly before I even knew you existed."
Larsa told Malik's ex, "Sending peace and blessings to you both."
The scandal is messy but great news for Larsa who is shooting the reboot of Real Housewives of Miami.