Jordyn Woods may have just subtly addressed her drama with the Kardashian/Jenner family on the latest episode of “Cribs.” Woods showed off her house on the newly revived classic MTV show but somehow, the discussion turned to cancel culture. The 23-year-old wasn’t afraid to discuss the topic and in the midst of sharing her opinion, she threw some light shade at the falling out she had with Kylie Jenner over the Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson cheating scandal.
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‘Oh, S**t I’ve Been Canceled’
The model opened a package that was sent to her, one of many that she receives all the time. This package conveniently featured t-shirts with phrases that read, “Oh, s**t I’ve been canceled,” and “Please don’t cancel me.” Woods promptly shared her opinion on cancel culture, “They tried it already, I’ve already been in that position.” While she didn’t name anyone specific, fans could speculate who the “they” are in this scenario. “I truly believe the only person who can cancel you is God and God isn’t going to cancel you,” Woods said confidently.
‘And That’s The Truth’
Her mother, Elizabeth Woods who was giving the tour with her co-signed her daughter’s opinion, “And that’s the truth,” she said directly into the camera. Fans will never forget back in 2019 when Woods was spotted at a party with Thompson, oddly enough using his lap as a seat. At the time, the basketball player was involved with Khloe Kardashian who was at home with their daughter True Thompson. The family turned their back on Woods and the rift tore the friendship between Woods and the Kylie Cosmetics founder apart.
Red Table Talk
Shortly after the scandal, the model appeared on Jada Pinkett-Smith’s Red Table Talk to share her side of the story and “own her truth”. She admitted she “kissed” Thompson but insisted that it wasn’t in a salacious way noting that there was “no passion” and “no tongue”. She also shared that she reached out to Khloe and apologized “over the phone, over text.” While, True’s mom has forgiven Woods, the relationship between her and the reality TV family is still damaged. Woods has since gone on to focus on her career and avoid the scandal at all costs. In fact, this is one of the few times she has spoken about the scandal since she appeared on the Facebook Live show.
‘I Don’t’ Deal With Drama
As for how she deals with drama when it arises now? “I don’t,” she joked in an episode of her Q&A show Regular-ish posted to her Instagram. “A lot of drama comes from unnecessary places, a lot of things are solvable and if they are not, you just let it go.” She insists that she has a “no BS” policy no matter how much the “tabloids make it look like” she always has “all this drama”. The actress also notes that “not everyone is raised the same” and the sooner we all realize that the less drama we will have. Reiterating that when she says she doesn’t “deal with the drama” she insists it means that she lives drama-free unless it is “personal drama”.
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