Jordyn Woods reveals transformation after Tristan cheating drama and fans are obsessed
It's fair to say, Jordyn Woods hasn't been the most popular person in the world lately. In case you missed out on the supposed scandal, then all you need to know is that Woods used to be Kylie Jenner's best friend. The two young ladies did everything together, regularly appearing in each other's Instagram posts and were even housemates for a time. However, earlier this year, everything changed.
Khloé Kardashian and her boyfriend Tristan Thompson (who already had a bit of a shady track record when it came to fidelity) broke up for real after Thompson cheated on her with Jordyn while the two were at a party together. As a result of this indiscretion, Woods has been exiled from the bosom of the Kardashian family, and Kylie is apparently no longer friends with her.
As if that wasn't egregious enough, Kim Kardashian later unfollowed Jordyn and Tristan on Instagram, and the model was subject to a torrent of abuse from trolls.
Despite all this hurtful online harassment, Jordyn has managed to rise above it all, and still insists there's more than one side to this story.
It turns out that Jordyn has been hanging out in London this week, and was spotted by the paparazzi spotting a whole new style: a bleached blonde hairstyle that makes her look completely different!
In a recent appearance on Jada Pinkett-Smith's hit podcast Red Table Talk, Jordyn opened up about the whole Thompson drama, admitting that they shared a kiss, but categorically stating she did not hook up with him.
"Never once was I giving him a lap dance, making out with him, sitting all over him," she stated, "It’s just we’re all together; we’re in a group. Never once did we leave the public area, go to the bedroom, go to the bathroom ... I was not tipsy. I was drunk. But I was not beyond the point of recollection"
She added that she had her reasons for not telling her side of the story, stating: "I knew how much turmoil was going on, so I didn't want to throw more fuel on the fire ... If I were a weak person, I would have hurt myself...I didn't tell the truth to the people that I love. Not because of malicious intent but because I was just scared."