Multiple reports are claiming that Thompson cheated on Kardashian with Kylie Jenner‘s BFF Jordyn Woods.
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Some major Kardashian-Jenner drama just went down. Following the rumors that Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson have parted ways for good, reports have surfaced that Kylie Jenner‘s best friend, Jordyn Woods, might be involved in the break-up. Here’s what you need to know.
The cheating incident reportedly happened at a house party.
According to TMZ (via The Daily Mail), Thompson was spotted at a party on Sunday night, with witnesses telling the publication that the basketball player was “making out” with Woods. But the series of events were more complicated than that.
Woods, Thompson, and a group of mutual friends met up with Drake and his crew the night of the infidelity, E! News reports. Jordyn and Tristan were “definitely hanging close to one another and were being very flirty” a source told the site.
Later that evening, Thompson reportedly invited Woods and a few other guests to an exclusive afterparty at his house, where there are no phones allowed, according to E!. “Jordyn stayed at Tristan’s house partying with him and his friends until the early hours of the morning, and they were very touchy,” the insider added. “They sat together on the couch and were talking and cuddling for hours.”
A source also told Us Weekly that the two were “all over each other” at the get-together.
Khloé seemingly confirmed the rumors.
Responding to an Instagram video posted by Hollywood Unlocked, which claims that Woods didn’t leave the party until 7 a.m., Khloé appeared to confirm that Thompson had cheated by posting a series of shouting emojis. And that’s not all. Her close friend, Malika Haqq, simply commented on the post, “STRONG FACTS,” presumably in response to Hollywood Unlocked‘s report.
Long-term Kardashian friend Larsa Pippen also commented on the post writing, “Amen!!!” in response to the news that Thompson and Woods had been spotted together.