Hmm … what are you trying to tell us, Jordyn Woods? On Thursday, April 25, the model posted a cryptic message about “trust” to her Instagram Stories — two months after she was involved in a cheating scandal with Khloé Kardashian’s baby daddy, Tristan Thompson.
“Repeat after me: I am the woman of my own dreams. I require no validation. My wish is my command. My life is my own,” the post read on social media. “I build it. My voice is my own. I use it. I am relentless in my dedication to trusting myself. I am insatiable in my thirst for the extraordinary, and I do not settle for the mediocre …”
The 21-year-old was caught hooking up with the athlete in February at a bar in Santa Monica. “Tristan and Jordyn were into each other,” a source exclusively told In Touch at the time. “They were cuddling, holding hands. Tristan was rubbing her ass, they were definitely hooking up.”
This isn’t the first time the California native uploaded a mysterious note to her accounts, either. On Sunday, March 31, the SECNDNTURE designer tweeted and then quickly deleted a message that seemingly referred to the tryst. “What people say is a reflection of how they feel,” she wrote.
Jordy recently fled the country to Africa where she got candid about the event that made headlines. “My little sister was bullied in school, and I wanted to show her that I was bullied by the world,” the Life of Kylie alum said during an interview, according to Instagram videos from audience members.
She continued, “I understand for the first time what it’s like being a black woman — in just a society, how we can be so disrespected and nobody can really understand to that extent until you have lived it.”
Fortunately, it seems like Kylie Jenner’s former BFF is trying to put the past behind her. “Just living your best life,” someone wrote on social media, while another echoed, “You can just see she grew from this hard situation!”
It’s refreshing to see Jordy doing so well. You live and learn, right?
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