We’ve all seen the teasers where Khloe Kardashian screams at Jordyn Woods about “ruining” her family.
But ever since her powerful Red Table Talk interview, Jordyn hasn’t said much, not even to respond to Khloe’s furious outbursts.
Now, Jordyn has given a new interview about how she feels about Khloe and about her life after the Kardashians.
21-year-old model and entrepreneur Jordyn Woods spoke to Entertainment Tonight to address the latest Keeping Up With The Kardashians drama.
“It’s just, you know, things happen,” Jordyn said in her NYC interview on Wednesday.
They sure do.
We think that her phrasing there is meant to indicate that she has, emotionally, moved on from the moment that is playing out on television.
Watching it, it’s easy to forget that this all happened months ago. Jordyn has a real life.
“And of course,” Jordyn emphasized. “I’m sorry and apologetic.”
She then added a curious phrase: “as much as I can be.”
We think that her meaning here is twofold.
First, Jordyn is extremely sorry that things went down the way that they did — with Tristan, with Khloe, with Kylie, with everyone.
Second, and this is just speculation, but we think that she’s reminding the world that she can only be so sorry about an incident that was not her doing.
“Now she’s downplaying it,” Khloe lamented to her sisters on Sunday ngiht’s Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
She added: “I’m not saying things can’t happen.”
“I’m the most understanding, calm person ever,” Khloe, who has been shown screaming and yelling multiple times in finale trailers, claimed.
“But Jordyn,” she continued. “Never once has Jordyn said, ‘I’m sorry.'”
It seems clear that Khloe’s accusation may have spurred Jordyn’s clarification.
Kim has a tendency to go right for the jugular when she feels like her family is threatened, and she did just that on the show.
She made an offhand claim that Jordyn had been supporting her entire family with Kylie Jenner’s money.
“I definitely work very hard for a lot of the things that I have,” Jordyn stated in her Wednesday interview.
“And as you can see, I’m out here hustling,” she pointed out. “And I’ve always been working.”
“I started modeling when I was 18,” Jordyn reminds the world. “And you know, I work hard.”
For the record, Jordyn is estimated to be worth several million dollars. Her mother is an L.A. socialite.
Jordyn then goes into her collaboration with boohoo.
“Everyone loved the first collection, which was years ago, so why not come again?” Jordyn said of working with the retailer.
“It’s a win-win for both of us,” she pointed out.
“It’s more of a going out collection,” Jordyn described. “Something with a lot of personality.”
She continued: “to where if you maybe aren’t feeling like going out, but then you have that bomb outfit, it’s going to inspire you.”
“And,” Jordyn revealed. “There’s a lot of different selection for all different types of girls and different body types.”
“It’s time to try something new, summer, stand out, and it brings out everyone’s skin tone, I believe, wearing color,” Jordyn said.
“My favorite color was black,” she recalls. “But right now I’m really into the hot pink and emeralds.”
Oooh, those make a fantastic color combination.
“It’s important to dream big because nothing is impossible,” Jordyn all but preached.
“No matter where you come from, whether you start here or you start here, we all have the same amount of hours in the day,” Jordyn said.
That’s not exactly true — different financial backgrounds, levels of health, and other variables give some much more time to work than others.
Jordyn is 21, so we totally understand why she might not see the big picture in terms of different people having different opportunities.
Her motto, she explains, is “dream big.”
“If you want to make something happen,” Jordyn advises her fans. “Just go for it.”
That’s great advice!
So long as the thing that you want to make happen does not involve your best friend’s older sister’s no-good cheating baby daddy.
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