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Kylie Jenner Breaks Silence on Jordyn Woods' Betrayal in Heartbreaking 'KUWTK' Clip – Cosmopolitan.com

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  • Keeping Up with the Kardashians is finally airing the Jordyn Woods cheating scandal episode, and E! just dropped a new trailer with Kylie Jenner’s reaction.
  • Kylie can be heard saying “she f*cked up” in the clip, which also features Khloé crying.

    Remember Tristan Thompson and Khloé Kardashian’s cheating scandal? It’s been a minute since that whole mess dominated headlines, but much like a zombie it’s come back from the dead right in time for Keeping Up with the Kardashians. The reality show will finally air the episodes that chronicle Khloé learning that her boyfriend was unfaithful with none other than Kylie’s best friend Jordyn Woods—and E! just released a heartbreaking look at what to expect.

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    Not only do we see several clips of Khloé crying as she processes the news of Tristan’s infidelity, we see Kylie react to the news of her best friend’s betrayal. In the trailer, momager Kris Jenner says “This is going to change their relationship forever,” before telling Kylie, “For you and Jordyn, it’s like a divorce.”

    We then see Kylie say “She f*cked up,” later telling Khloe “Just know I love you.”

    We also hear the call Khloé got telling her the news, where a voice that appears to be Larsa Pippen says “I don’t even know if I should tell you this,” and another voice can be heard saying “Her legs were like in between his legs.”

    Yikes. By the way, if you’re wondering how Jordyn is reacting to this trailer drop, she seems to be living her best life on Instagram and is too busy promoting her new workout clothing brand to give AF.

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