Hello, welcome to another episode of the Jordyn Woods and Tristan Thompson cheating drama. If you’re just joining us, A. where have you been? and B. last week Khloé Kardashian and her baby daddy Tristan Thompson split up after he cheated on her with Jordyn Woods, the best friend of her half-sister Kylie Jenner.
It was such a stab in the back to a family that she’s basically been part of for years—she even lived with Kylie and baby Stormi in the guest house. It almost doesn’t make sense that she’d risk so many close friendships for some dude who can’t even be trusted anyway. So people are wondering, just WHY did she do it?
Well, according to TMZ, Woods is blaming the whole thing on alcohol. Sources claim that she said was black-out drunk and doesn’t remember anything about the party. Also, she apparently “started crying when she was told what she did.” TMZ reports that Jordyn has been begging both Khloé and Kylie for forgiveness. Jordyn supposedly doesn’t drink often, and we can see why.
Jordyn woods is really blaming alcohol? Are you 15?
— olive👸🏻💕 (@olivebabyyy) February 25, 2019
Kylie, for her part, seems to believe that Jordyn and Tristan weren’t having an affair and that this was a one-time hookup. Jordyn and Tristan don’t follow each other on social media, and Kylie reportedly doesn’t believe they had a secret relationship, because the two women are so close, there’s no way Kylie wouldn’t know about it.
Jordyn woods be like…
iM sORry, iT wAs tHE aLCohOL, i wAS bLAckED oUt. pic.twitter.com/HfTjwzHmPi
— Leslie ♥ (@rodashian) February 25, 2019
But then! TMZ updated their post, writing that sources close to the Kardashians don’t believe Jordyn’s story, for a few reasons. One is the fact that people attending the party that night were told they couldn’t use their phones, which the Kardashians believe shows that Jordyn wanted everything to be very private. Those same sources also claim that Jordyn drove herself home from the party, which she probably wouldn’t have done if she was wasted.
Hmm. Well, we’ll just have to see what happens next.