Take me back!
As RadarOnline.com first reported, Kylie Jenner kicked her ex-best friend Jordyn Woods out of her home for allegedly hooking up with her sister Khloe Kardashian’s baby daddy, Tristan Thompson. Now, Jordyn is begging the makeup mogul for forgiveness!
“Jordyn has been blowing up Kylie’s phone,” a source close to the Keeping Up With the Kardashians clan said. “The situation is starting to get really awkward.”
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As Radar reported, Kylie, 21, was “devastated” to dump her longtime best friend — but she felt she had to remain loyal to her family.
“Kylie feels bad, because she really trusted Jordyn,” the source told Radar. “When she asked her at first, Jordyn told her that it was a lie, and that she would never do such a thing,”
“But after Tristan told Khloe the truth, Jordyn could not deny it anymore.”
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However, the former besties did not have a “blowout fight,” the source insisted.
“Jordyn knew that she had to go, and she didn’t want to be at Kylie’s house when Khloe arrived,” the source explained. “She doesn’t really want to see any of the Kardashians.”
Jordyn, 21, had been living in Kylie’s Los Angeles guest house for the past year. In addition, the inseparable duo share joint business ventures, as Kylie gave Jordyn her own line of cosmetics in her nearly billion-dollar makeup company, Kylie Cosmetics.
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Khloe, 34, confronted Jordyn about the incident, and vowed never to take back Tristan.
The father of Khloe’s 10-month-old daughter True has since left L.A. for Cleveland, where his team the Cavaliers is playing tonight against the Phoenix Suns.
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