Jordyn Woods said recently that dealing with the whole Tristan Thompson/Khloé Kardashian disaster has really awakened her to the truth about the world. Namely, she–a black woman of 21 years of age with, I’m assuming, black friends and family–finally understands what it’s like being a black woman in today’s society… I mean… there were other times… you could have… probably learned that. But hey! Woke is woke, right?
The Daily Mail reports that Jordyn Woods is in Nigeria because this post-Kylie Jenner influx of business opportunities is taking her all over the world and she is going to lean in. Jordyn was there to speak as a part of the Homecoming Festival in Lagos and discussed her experiences with the fallout of the whole Tristan Thompson-drama.
Tristan was accused of cheating on Khloé when he allegedly hooked up with Jordyn at a party back in February. He had cheated on her a bunch before that, but like, this time she cared. The situation rapidly spiraled and soon it was being reported that Jordyn and Kylie were being torn apart! Jordyn quickly saw herself up against the Devil Inkarnate with an endless army of loyal hellions. What was she to do? She turned to the only person she could–someone more famous than the Kardashians–Jada Pinkett Smith.
Jada saved Jordyn with her Red Table Talk and soon Khloé was walking back the blame on Jordyn and Kris Jenner had to think up another plotline, calling her hellion army to retreat for now. Jordyn was left otherwise intact but her friendship with Kylie was over and her business-opportunities with The Koven were finito.
So Jordyn needed to book more gigs–she was getting a lot of attention. Enter: Lagos Homecoming Festival. And she was ready to spill her guts on all the “bullying” she received during the whole media mess saying she was “bullied by the world”:
“I understood for the first time what it’s like being a Black woman in an unjust society… how we can be so disrespected and nobody can really understand to that extent until you have to live it.”
I mean… okay, I see Jordyn’s point, but that was the first time she realized the prejudices against black women? How thick is that Kardashian bubble she was living in? Are we talking thicker than their delusion or thicker than their combined egos, because damn. Science should really investigate that.