Hours after Khloe Kardashian took to her Instagram Stories to reveal she has forgiven Tristan Thompson, Jordyn Woods, and everyone who has ever hurt her, Jordyn shared a cryptic post which many believe was a shade to Khloe. The 22-year-old has now responded to deny it.
It all began after Khloe revealed that she has forgiven Tristan for cheating on her and for hooking up with Jordyn Woods.
She wrote: “I don’t hold any negative or hateful feelings towards ANYONE! I mean that. Life is short! We are all humans trying to figure out this thing called life. Who am I to condemn anyone else? Yes, I’m allowed to feel hurt and pain. It would be unnatural for me to pretend as if I don’t. Personally, I don’t want to be carrying around a hateful heart.”
People responded and asked Khloe to keep the same energy when it comes to Jordyn. And Khloe reacted by revealing that she has forgiven not only Tristan but also Jordyn Woods and everyone who has ever offended her because she refuses to live with the hate.
She wrote: “I’m seeing a lot of back-and-forth with people asking, ‘Why don’t I keep that same energy with Jordyn?’ That message is for Jordyn. It’s for anyone else who has ever hurt me. For some reason people want to assume that I’m only talking about Tristan. This message applies to ALL parties involved in situations that have ever hurt me … I have moved on, found forgiveness and only wish you happiness and joy!”
Shortly after, Jordyn re-posted a quote to her Instagram Stories that reads, “Someone somewhere is still discussing the old you because they don’t have access to the new you.”
Social media users believed the post was directed at Khloe and they said as much.
In response, Jordyn tweeted: “Not every quote that is posted is a sub or a ‘clap back’ and not everything posted is directed towards one person in general. I deal with a lot of different s–t daily. It’s all love. Only positive vibrations.”
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