Khloe Kardashian blasts a social media troll over a comment made where the name of a one time BFF of Kylie Jenner and family friend, Jordyn Woods was mentioned, which also touched on Tristan Thompson and the cheating scandal.
Khloe Kardashian who had reacted angrily towards Jordyn Woods when the alleged news of her cheating with her baby Daddy Tristan Thompson got out, had blasted the troll for questioning the relationship between her sister Kylie Jenner and Woods.
Khloe responded to the message on an IG page featuring a clip of an upcoming episode of the family’s reality show — where Tristan discussed his relationship with Khloe to her sister, Kim Kardashian.
After watching the clip, a fan questioned, “So…is Kylie allowed to be friends with Jordan (sic) again?” — pointing out the family has welcomed Tristan back into their lives.
Khloe Kardashian blasts the fan, saying, “I’m so sick and tired of this narrative that I control my sisters or I dictate who she chooses to surround herself with. Never once have I ever and I mean EVER told my sister who she can be friends with.
She is an adult, who can do whatever she wants to do. I will support her in anything and everything she wants to do! I love my sister unconditionally! That means regardless of who she chooses to be friends with, I will always love, respect, and value my sister unconditionally!!”
She continued, “She is my life partner and I will always respect what she chooses!!! Truly. My heart carries no hatred at all. Unless you actually know what you’re talking about, respectfully, SHUT THE F–K UP!”
Jordyn Woods has yet to respond to Khloe’s most recent statement, but Kylie broke her silence on the situation this season on ‘KUWTK,’ saying, “I think that this whole Jordyn situation needed to happen for a reason — for me, for you, for her, for everybody. … She was my security blanket,” she said.
Kylie continued, “She lived with me. We did everything together. I just felt like, I have Jordyn; I don’t need anything else. I feel like there’s a part of me that needed to grow without her.”