Kylie Jenner's Former BFF Jordyn Woods Gets Slammed For Blaming Race For Backlash She Received After The Tristan Thompson Scandal: 'What It’s Like Being A Black Woman In America'
The Internet has expeditiously turned on Jordyn Woods after she made an eye-popping comment about being a black woman while trying to defend her actions in the Tristan Thompson cheating drama.
At this moment, Jordyn is in Nigeria for the Homecoming Festival.
The model did an interview where she spoke about the massive backlash she was hit with after she betrayed her BFF, Kylie Jenner, by kissing Khloe Kardashian’s baby daddy, Tristan.
Jordyn said the following while opening up about her experience following the scandal: "My little sister was bullied in school, and I wanted to show her that if I was bullied by the world, you can [get through it]."
She added: “I understood for the first time what it’s like being a black woman in society, and how we can be so disrespected and nobody can really understand too that extent until you have to live it.”
A former fan of Jordyn slammed her: "Being black had nothing to do with what happened. All of a sudden you know what it’s like to be black? Foh."
This person called her out: "Hol up Jordyn, you can’t pull the black woman card on this one 😂😂 there are a million legit circumstances, but this one doesn’t sit right. So all of you never realized that Jordyn was a wealthy white woman in her head? 👀☕️"
Another social user explained: "Does she understand what it’s like being a black woman by being bullied for sleeping with someone’s man? That has nothing to do with being a black woman. Black women get shamed, looked down on and talked down to just for the color of their skin. Her saying that was just super ignorant."
One of Kylie's fans stepped into the heated argument: "Being a Kylie fan doesn’t mean I can’t be unbiased and look at the situation as a non-kylie fan lol. Neither does that mean I dislike Jordyn? Both Kylie and Jordyn were wrong in their situations, but Jordyn being blackballed or hated on has nothing to do with her being black and that was my original comment. Any girl of any race would’ve got the same treatment. Joyce Bonelli, a white makeup artist, crossed the Kardashians once and got blackballed and dropped by many celebrities too, how can you explain that?"
JUordyn is not buying good will with statements like these.