We all know it’s one thing to go through the pain or the shame of a bad decision once, but it’s a whole different thing to have to replay said pain or shame over and over again. Unfortunately, I guess that’s just one of the byproducts of fame and celebrity. It’s just one of those things you sign up for (literally) when contractually obligated to a reality show or when you just so happen to be best friends’ with one of the infamous Kardashian/Jenner sisters, as
is was the case with Jordyn Woods.
As many would call the biggest scandal of 2019 thus far, Kylie Jenner’s ex-BFF Jordyn Woods was accused of cheating with Khloe Kardashian’s then-boyfriend, Tristan Thompson after the two were seen “all over each other” at a house party back in February.
There was plenty of buzz and speculation going around about the incident and Woods even sat down in an emotional interview with Jada Pinkett-Smith for a Red Table Talk to clear the air with specific details of the night while confronting rumors and about how everything went down.
It seems as though the dust has settled from all the havoc that was wreaked with this situation, but this weekend Keeping Up With The Kardashians is set to air the first episode of a two-part special that pulls the curtain back on the family’s reaction to the Thompson/Woods cheating scandal.
“I knew who he was. I never in a million years thought that’s who she was.”— E! News (@enews) June 17, 2019
The Jordyn Woods, Tristan Thompson cheating scandal is coming to light on #KUWTK. https://t.co/EuqEJa3jvC pic.twitter.com/P3fjpOsNND
As you can imagine, it’ll be tough for Khloe to relive the pain from that mess of a situation.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, she was asked about her thoughts after seeing the trailer for upcoming episodes of KUWTK and she calmly replies stating that “everyone has the right to speak their truth.”
“Hopefully like myself and ‘yaknow the real me will shine and hopefully everyone finds peace and their truth.”– Jordyn Woods, Entertainment Tonight