She may be in the middle of things this time around, but during Tristan Thompson‘s first major cheating scandal, Kylie Jenner was the Kar-Jenner sister who first broke the news to Khloé Kardashian. Back in April 2018 in the days before daughter True Thompson was born, the NBA player was caught flirting with other women — and then video also started circulating of him making out with a woman at a club. When the Keeping Up with the Kardashian stars got their hands on it, they pretty much all freaked. And when the episode of the show finally aired, they revealed that only one sister had had the guts to tell Khloé before she could find out from somewhere else. Watch the video above to see how the moment played out, and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
“No one had the courage to tell Khloé because we knew she was days away from giving birth,” the youngest sister said on KUWTK. “I’m the one that told Khloé. I didn’t want to hurt her feelings, but I felt like she should hear from one of us versus on the internet.” This time around, it’s less clear where Kylie stands on the issue. Instead of being a neutral party looking out for her big sister, she’s stuck picking between blood family and chosen family. Jordyn Woods, the center of Tristan’s current cheating scandal, may not be her actual sister, but Kylie does call her “wifey” and they even had a wedding that they aired on Life of Kylie. In fact, the BFFs even live together in the 21-year-old makeup mogul’s house.
“I test out most of my stuff on Jordyn because we live together,” Kylie told Vogue while filming a makeup tutorial. “So, I’m like, “Jordyn, I need you.'” But does she need her best bud enough to risk ostracizing her older sister? The Kylie Cosmetics CEO has yet to weigh in on the drama just yet — but the whole internet is pretty much waiting with bated breath to see if, like the haters say, she really will kick Jordyn to the curb.
Jordyn Woods declined In Touch‘s request for comment at this time.
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