What in the fresh Kardashian hell is going on right now?! On Monday, April 1, Kylie Jenner took to Instagram to share a precious snapshot of her baby girl, Stormi Webster. Nothing out of the ordinary, right? Well, er, not so much. In addition to the thousands of comments left by fans and loved ones, Jordyn Woods’ mom, Elizabeth Woods, also posted three heart emojis. Needless to say, we are freaking out.

Ever since news broke that 21-year-old Jordy hooked up with Khloé Kardashian’s baby daddy, Tristan Thompson, in February, the former BFFs haven’t had any communication on social media. In fact, unlike other members of her famous family, Kylie hasn’t said a word about the situation. That’s right, y’all, the KUWTK star, 21, didn’t throw shade, didn’t stop following Jordy on Instagram and didn’t even bother to remove the huge picture of their Kylie Cosmetics collaboration from her Twitter header.

All Good? Jordyn Woods' Mom Shows Love on Kylie Jenner's New Photo of Stormi

With all of that, plus Jordy’s mom’s comment, can we safely assume the former besties reconciled? Well, the internet definitely has some opinions. “A real woman always spreads love,” one user replied to Elizabeth’s hearts, while another wrote, “Bye, go teach Jordyn not to be disloyal.” Yikes. It doesn’t really get more split than that, now does it?

Considering how devastated Koko, 34, is in the aftermath of the scandal, it’s likely that Kylie isn’t trying to cause any more heartache between Jordyn and her family — especially if she’s forgiven Jordyn and Khloé hasn’t. Even so, this situation is equally as difficult for the makeup mogul.

“Kylie took a little break from filming KUWTK and recently got back into filming and it’s been a struggle and difficult,” an insider told Us Weekly. “She was very upset about the situation with Jordyn and also just didn’t want to deal with it and have to address it.”

Well, here’s hoping that Elizabeth extending an Instagram olive branch is exactly what everyone needs to heal.

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