The KarJenners Reportedly Had Trouble Believing Jordyn Woods Would Hook Up With Tristan Thompson
It’s unfortunate to think about now that it seems the rumors are true, but you can’t really blame the KarJenner clan for initially not believing that Jordyn Woods and Tristan Thompson had hooked up.
That’s the report flying around right now, at least: the KarJenners “had trouble coming to terms” with news of Tristan’s newest cheating scandal, because they had trouble believing Jordyn would ever be involved.
A source spoke to People about the KarJenners’ reaction, revealing (below):
“When they first started hearing on Monday that Tristan made out with Jordyn, no one really believed it. That Tristan would be inappropriate, yes everyone knows that he can’t behave, but that Jordyn would make out with him, it first seemed like a made up rumor. … It wasn’t anything they wanted to drop. So several family members reached out to people they believed had been at the party. And they were told it was true.”
Wow… that must be a rude awakening…
The biggest part of this mess, of course, revolved around Jordyn.
While Tristan has likely been written off from the family forever at this point (boy, byeeeee!), Jordyn has been Kylie Jenner‘s best friend for what feels like forever.
The source continues (below):
“It’s all mess now. Everyone considered Jordyn family. She was like a family member and always invited everywhere. The family helped her and wanted her to be able to have a business venture too. Jordyn has been like Kylie’s sister. They were inseparable, and always together. Jordyn often helped Kylie with Stormi. Kylie was always so excited to have Jordyn around. It seems Kylie isn’t sure what to do, but it seems impossible for her to keep Jordyn around … Life won’t be easy for Jordyn if the girls close their doors. And this doesn’t seem like the kind of betrayal that can be forgiven.”
No easy answers for the KarJenners, even though the unfollow spree has begun…
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