Larsa Pippen Insists She Never Bullied Jordyn Woods Despite Accusations She Did - Here's Why She Says She'd Never Drag Her!

Larsa Pippen Insists She Never Bullied Jordyn Woods Despite Accusations She Did - Here's Why She Says She'd Never Drag Her!
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Larsa Pippen has been accused on social media of bullying Jordyn Woods – Kylie Jenner’s former best friend! However, she responded to the claims against her and insisted that she would never drag Jordyn since that kind of behavior is just not part of who she is.

Larsa stressed that her ‘heart is not built for negativity’ which means that she’d never trashed Jordyn and she will never do it either!

This comes after criticism she’s been getting online over some comments Larsa made back in February of last year not too long after Jordyn’s scandal with Khloe Kardashian’s ex, Tristan Thompson.

However, the 45 year old celeb insists that people are just misunderstanding what she said at the time and what she feels inside.

During a new interview with HollywoodLife she told the world that ‘I don’t bully and trash anybody. That’s not even my personality. I’m not even into that negative space. That’s not who I am.’

Earlier this month, one critic tweeted: ‘Don’t forget about Larsa Pippen bullying and trashing Jordyn’s name so bad that Kim had to tell her to stop. They are honestly the worst.’

In her defense, Larsa stated that: ‘I never trashed her. All I said is ‘tell the truth’ that’s it. If your dog attacks someone it’s your dog’s fault not the person walking by. Period. I don’t really talk about anybody to be honest with you. That’s not my intention. My heart is not built for negativity. That’s not how it was supposed to come out. In any situation I just feel like, if you’re gonna talk openly, just tell the truth. That’s all I meant.’

She also addressed the interview Jordyn had on Red Table Talk when Jordyn told Jada Pinkett Smith her side of the story.

Larsa said that her comments were not even specifically about the model but was rather saying, in general, that if someone was to have such a public response to a scandal of theirs, they should ‘say it all.’

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