Kim Kardashian's best friend LaLa Anthony says she'll NEVER marry again after 'really hard' divorce

LALA Anthony doubts she'll ever get married again after a messy divorce from NBA baller Carmelo Anthony.

The 39-year-old TV personality said on The Angie Martinez Show:  "Marriage, I don't think I can do that ever again. I mean, some amazing person would have to come. I don't see that happening again."

LaLa and Carmelo filed for divorce in June after 11 years of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences.

But marriage failure wasn't a total shock, as the pair previously broke up in 2017 following rumors that Carmelo cheated on Kim Kardashian’s BFF.

Then in mid-2019,  LaLa reportedly said that their marriage was  "strained" as more cheating rumors circulated.


LaLa admitted she was left in a "bad" emotional place for some time: "I was bad because it was public. I was bad because there were other people involved. I was bad because there were allegations. It got bad. … That s**t hit me really hard."

But Carmelo hasn't been ostracized from her life entirely. The pair share 14-year-old son Kiyan, and La La confesses time has healed old wounds.

The Power star told Angie: “To a lot of people, it feels like this single thing is new.It’s been years now that we’ve separated, so I’ve dealt with the emotions behind it.

"I still have my moments, but for the most part I can talk about it now and laugh about it and find the humor in it all. Otherwise, I'd be a basket case."


LaLa says she hasn't started dating again. But never say never.

Just give her some time to adjust to a new dating scene.

She confessed: "I am in a new phase and chapter in my life. Like, I didn't think at this phase I would be entering into being single and dating and trying to see what life is like. I didn't think that was going to happen, but life happens and things happen and I was locked into my marriage and things happen so now I've gotta readjust.

"So I can't be out here looking koo-koo crazy I'm trying to get some DM's! I'm trying to see what's going on!"

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