Jordyn Woods, Red Table Talk, and Those Reprehensible NDAs


It’s now widely known that Kylie Jenner’s best friend, Jordyn Woods, hooked up with Khloe Kardashian’s boyfriend/baby daddy, Tristan Thompson, at a house party. Woods has since been dragged on social media, and she will appear on Red Table Talk to share her side of the story. The truth-table series was launched by Jada Pinkett Smith, and it is the perfect platform for Woods. According to media sources, the Kardashians are livid with Woods — not only for the hookup, but for the decision to publicly discuss the story without their permission. More specifically, Woods signed a non-disclosure agreement, and this might violate it.

First, as we’ve learned from the Me Too movement, these NDAs need to go. They are dangerous. Second, if the Kardashians were a better judge of character in the first place, perhaps these contracts wouldn’t be necessary. For example, I’m not sure how Oprah handles her affairs, but I’m curious if Gale King had to sign an NDA. They not only need to find better friends, they need to find better romantic partners. If you find yourself being cheated on in the majority of your relationships, perhaps you are attracting/picking the wrong kind of man.

Jordyn Woods is young. In my late teens, I asked a boy about his interest in my friend (who had a crush), and instead of facilitating their connection, I hooked up with him. If that friend were famous, I can only imagine the backlash I’d endure for my bad decision. I realize it’s not even near the same given that there’s a child involved, but she has the right to defend/explain her character and publicly atone for her wrongs. If an NDA allows for Khloe Kardashian to publicly call Jordyn Woods a snake, then Jordyn Woods should be allowed to respond. I’d also like to note that it is Khloe Kardashian’s boyfriend who allegedly had sex with multiple women just DAYS before she gave birth, a reprehensible display of his character, and the man got a second chance. Yet Jordyn Woods — a young girl who made a bad decision — gets dragged. No second chance for her. Not today, not ever.

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