Do You Unfollow People On Social Media After You Have A Falling Out?

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Big celebrity drama in the Hollywood Hills. Larsa Pippen and the Kardashian sisters – Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe – have all un-followed each other on Instagram.

That major breaking news (we really wish there was a sarcasm font) is the final straw in a long series of signs there was trouble afoot. Fans first started to realize the sisters and Pippen were no longer hanging out. And then Larsa, who was one of Kim’s best friends, confirmed it. Larsa says she’s not sure what happened to cause a rift in the friendship.

She recently appeared on the Hollywood Raw Podcast with Dax Holt and Adam Glyn to share her side of the story. Pippen says, “I don’t even know. I just feel like Kanye, umm, was in a place where he didn’t really trust anyone to be with Kim so I feel like I was the person that was like, ‘Oh, don’t be so close to her, because you’re so close to her,’ that that had something to do with it.” And, “I didn’t feel any type of way. I just felt like, ‘Do what’s best for your family. You know? If you have to unfollow me to make your home a better place, then do it.'”

Our question of the night: do you unfollow people you are no longer friends with?

This episode’s panel features:
WCCB TV’s Morgan Fogarty
WCCB News @ Ten anchor Drew Bollea
WCCB Meteorologist Kaitlin Wright