Going, going, gone! Following the news that Kylie Jenner’s BFF and roommate Jordyn Woods cheated with Khloé Kardashian’s baby daddy, Tristan Thompson, multiple sources confirm to In Touch that the model has moved out of the KUWTK star’s home. Jordyn Woods declined In Touch‘s request for comment during this time. Watch the video above to get the details and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
Given the salacious details surrounding Jordy’s night out with the NBA baller, 27, it’s hardly surprising that Kylie, 21, has seemingly sided with her big sister. On Tuesday, February 19, a source exclusively told In Touch that two days prior, Jordyn, 21, was at SHOREbar in Santa Monica when Tristan and a couple of his friends arrived to celebrate a birthday party.
After twerking the night away, Jordyn ended up back at Tristan’s place around 5 a.m. “Tristan and Jordyn were into each other, they were cuddling and holding hands,” the insider confessed. “Tristan was rubbing her ass, they were definitely hooking up. It was surreal. We couldn’t believe it,” they continued. “Tristan seemed concerned that the other girls at his house were watching him and Jordyn on the couch. One of Tristan’s guys told the girls no cell phone pics.”
As it stands, Kylie has yet to issue a formal statement on the situation. However, kicking Jordyn to the curb speaks much louder than words (or, in some cases, emojis). In addition to Kylie, some other Kar-Jenner and Kar-Jenner adjacent individuals also came forward to defend Koko — including Larsa Pippen and Malika Haqq.
That said, the most recent shade queen to join the bunch is none other than Kim Kardashian herself who apparently unfollowed both Tristan and Jordyn on Instagram. While this isn’t the first time that Kim, 38, has given Koko’s ex the social media boot, we sincerely hope it’s the last.
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