The chances of Kylie Jenner and Jordyn Woods rediscovering the friendship they had before that cheating scandal with Tristan Thompson, is looking all but lost.
The Kardashians and Jenners were quick to close ranks after Jordyn got 'intimate' with Khloe's boyfriend and it looks like Kylie will cast off her ex BFF for good.
There was a moment when it looked like Jordyn might be able to rekindle what she had with Kylie before the scandal but according to TMZ, the pair are 'not talking' and Kylie has made the decision to 'move on' and has shunned any hopes of them rekindling their friendship.
Jordyn looked to clear the air with her 'reveal all' appearance on Facebook watch series Red Table Talk with family friend Jada Pinkett Smith but it seems to have just riled Kylie more than she was previously.
TMZ reported that, "their friendship would never be the same,” after the show and a source has told E! Online that Kylie, "feels like she has finally got her groove back after all the drama she has endured recently."
The youngest 'self-made' billionaire has been leaning on her family and a widening network of friends, so that she hasn't felt the loss of Jordyn from her inner circle.
A source has said that Kylie, "feels like she deserves to have fun right now," and is loving, "having the freedom of letting loose and being able to grab a drink with friends."
Meanwhile, Jordyn has bemoaned that she has felt 'constrained' by her friendship with Kylie and now is looking to spread her wings, now that the 'shackles have come off'.
Jordyn is jetting into London soon, to promote her new Eylure collection, which is another independent step that she is making, without the comfort blanket of the Kardashians.
One night of mindless passion may have put paid to their friendship but it could be the catalyst for Jordyn especially, to forge a new life path that may not have been apparent just a couple months ago.
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