Carmelo Anthony and his wife Lala Anthony are reportedly gearing up to move into a Fifth Avenue apartment in New York City.
Anthony, the 28-year-old New York Knicks forward, and his 33-year-old television personality wife are reportedly gearing up to move into a 5-bedroom, 4-bathroom apartment, according to The New York Post.
"The couple are in the process of moving in now," a source reportedly told the publication. "Although they were going through a rough patch, they have worked things out and have fully reconciled."
Although there were rumors surrounding the pair reportedly living on separate coasts, Mrs. Anthony insisted that all is well in their household.
"We've been together for 10 years and I always say if people tell you their marriage is perfect they're lying ... We go through ups we go through downs just like everyone else," she told Sirius XM radio show "Ear Candy Mornings" recently. "But we're doing great and we're raising an amazing son Kiyan who's about to turn 6 in like a week. He's so sweet and such a good kid. So definitely we're working through it and things are good."
The Anthonys were involved in another rumor when the Knicks forward engaged in a squabble with Boston Celtics forward Kevin Garnett earlier this year because of rumored comments made about his wife tasting like "Honey Nut Cheerios." Fans and media outlets speculated about the matter and "Inside The NBA" analysts poked fun of the rumor while including a box of the popular cereal.
Although Mrs. Anthony tweeted her fans not to believe everything they hear, she spoke more in depth about the situation on Sirius XM radio show "Ear Candy Mornings."
"Garnett did not say that about me. He just said some things to my husband that he didn't like … It happens in the heat of battle," she said on the radio show. "People don't know what goes on on that court. Garnett's known for [trash talking]. So it got under my husband's skin and things happen but it wasn't about me."
The television personality admitted that some of her friends were making fun of the situation that she learned to laugh at.
"To be in the middle of that whole entire thing you had to laugh. If you don't laugh that stuff will start messing with your head and making you feel upset and down so I laugh about it," Mrs. Anthony said on the radio show. "I have great friends and family who are sending me pictures on Honey Nut Cheerios boxes, and we're making jokes about it."