Kylie Jenner asks Jordyn Woods to pick up her stuff after the Tristan Thompson drama

Very important spring cleaning?

by Asfa Shakeel

Kylie Jenner asks Jordyn Woods to pick up her stuff after the Tristan Thompson drama. Is this a form of spring cleaning maybe?

Kylie Jenner asks Jordyn Woods

(Image source: Instagram/ Kylie Jenner)

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Refresher?

Very public best friends Kylie and Jordyn Woods had a falling out after the latter kissed Tristan Thompson, Khloe Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend and the father of her daughter True Thompson. If you need proof of their friendship, watch this video:

After the whole drama went down, Kylie did not publicly comment on Jordyn or what she felt about her former best friend. However, Jordyn immediately moved out of Kylie’s house and did not get any invites to the events or parties since. Sources have since then revealed that Kylie does not want to say anything negative about Jordyn, but that she will not have her in her life in the future. She is also having some trust issues with close friends and feels like she cannot trust everyone around her.

Kylie Jenner asks Jordyn Woods

(Image source: Instagram/ Kylie Jenner)

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What now? Kylie Jenner asks Jordyn Woods to move out!

A source told E!,  “Kylie has moved on with her life and is not thinking about Jordyn and what happened. She “texted Jordyn to come and get her stuff,” and “Jordyn was respectful about it and got her stuff out.” “Kylie texts with Jordyn occasionally but is not going to let her back in or be close with her. She’s put the whole ordeal behind her,” the source added.

Kylie Jenner asks Jordyn Woods

(Image source: Instagram/ Kylie Jenner)

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Kylie is now busy with the upcoming launch of her new line: Kylie Skin.



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