Khloe Kardashian and friends speak out in wake of Jordyn Woods' 'Red Table Talk' interview: What are they saying now?
The Kardashians and their closest friends continue to make telling moves on social media amid the Jordyn Woods cheating scandal.
Following an initial stream of cryptic comments, unfollowings and Instagram Stories after last week's bombshell news, the tight-knit Kardashian/Jenner crew gave fans hints at what's going on behind-the-scenes once more after Jordyn announced that she would be appearing on Jada Pinkett Smith's "Red Table Talk" talk show.
Though not much is known about what Jordyn said during Tuesday's taping, her episode of the Facebook Watch show is set to premiere at noon EST on Friday, March 1. TMZ reports that everyone involved in the show is staying tight-lipped on what went down, but it's confirmed that she had previously signed a non-disclosure agreement prohibiting her from sharing inside information about the Kardashians after years on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."
"She can’t talk about the family, so it’s unclear what she’s going to be able to say to Jada," a source told People of the "ironclad" NDA. "She can apologize but can’t talk about anything really beyond that in terms of the family."
It's worth noting that Jordyn grew up as a close family friend to Pinkett Smith and the rest of her family. In fact, it was her son, Jaden, who introduced Jordyn to her best friend of 10 years, Kylie Jenner, when they were in middle school.
After Jordyn teased her appearance in a wordless Instagram Live video, Larsa Pippin, a long time confidante of the family, commented on a Hollywood Unlocked Instagram post about her appearance: "Can't wait to see which version of her story she tells," Pippen commented. "Hope it's the same she told @khloekardashian when she checked her."
Khloe's best friend, Malika Haqq, was next to speak out, responding to a fan's comment on Instagram, where she slammed Jordyn's reported excuse for hooking up with Tristan Thompson on being too drunk to control her actions.
"I've been wrong before and I'll be wrong again, but I damn sure won't make excuses (alcohol) in an interview to gain self pity and save face," she wrote. "No one in my life would condone that coward like behavior."
Also on Tuesday, Khloe liked a telling pair of tweets about the scandal: One read, "I really don't understand the point of this. There's no way she can justify what she did," while another was, "She slept with Khloe's baby daddy, and they haven't even publicly said ONE bad thing about her, just unfollowed her, so how is that the Kardashians fault? Jordyn smeared her OWN name!"
As of Wednesday morning, Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie have all unfollowed Tristan and Jordyn on Instagram, with the exception of Kylie (who still follows Jordyn) and Khloe (who still follows Tristan, the father of her child, True).
Malika and Larsa's comments reportedly reflect their famous friends' feelings about Jordyn's upcoming interview, with insiders saying that the family is "upset" over her decision to go public.
They "feel like she should be focusing more on healing her relationship privately with the family or Kylie then talking about it publicly," a source told ET. "The Kardashian/Jenners have been nothing but incredible to Jordyn and hope she'll be respectful. They just wish her way of dealing with it was done in a different way."
"If Jordyn doesn't handle this the right way, any possible hope of her being back in with the family or Kylie will be gone," the insider added.
Another source told People that "the Kardashians are feeling 100 percent done with Jordyn," adding that they're "pissed" she would go to public with the scandal.
"They're saying she should've reached out directly, but she did," the source explained. "They were just too pissed to listen to her or pay any attention. On the flip side. if she says anything except 'I'm sorry or tries to trash Tristan, that's going to push Khloe back to him and destroy Jordyn."
Jordyn Woods' "Red Table Talk" interview with air on Friday, March 1, at noon EST.