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It appears as though only God can cancel Jordyn Woods, according to the actress. The former reality TV star made the confession during a recent episode of MTV Cribs where she gave fans a grand tour of her swanky Calabasas home. During the show, Jordyn stumbled upon a package that contained shirts that read the words “Oh s— I’ve been canceled” and “Please don’t cancel me.”
“They tried it already, I’ve already been in that position,” Woods candidly explained as she seemingly referred to the cheating scandal she was embroiled in for kissing Khloe Kardashian’s on and off again boyfriend Tristan Thompson in 2019.
“I truly believe the only person who can cancel you is God and God isn’t going to cancel you,” she added.
Woods, who was a former friend to Kylie Jenner and the Kardashian family, made headlines at the time for kissing the Cleveland Cavaliers player during a drunken night out. While she admitted to the family that she was sorry for the mistake, Woods appeared on an episode of Red Table Talk in 2019 where she took a lie detector test to prove that she did not have sex with Thompson following their scandalous lip-lock.
“I just want everyone to know that I’m telling the truth and that’s the most important part of the story for me, is the truth,” Woods told the show’s host Jada-Pinkett-Smith, Gammy, and Willow Smith before taking the test. As for Khloe, the “Strong Looks Better Naked” author dished to Andy Cohen during the Keeping Up With The Kardashians reunion earlier this year that’s she’s forgiven both Jordyn and Tristan PEOPLE noted.
“I think people make mistakes. People live and they learn. And I forgive both parties,” the 37-year-old mom said. “How could I forgive Tristan and not Jordyn? That sounds asinine in my opinion.”
Khloe continued, “I forgive Jordyn, or else I would be a prisoner in my life. I have to forgive these people for me, and it’s up to them to forgive themselves and be accountable and learn and hopefully don’t repeat these same cycles.”