You see, the next episode of Keeping up with the Kardashians is resurfacing the scandal from the Kardashian family's angle.
"It just sucks that it has to be so public," Khloe says in a tearful onscreen interview shown in the episode preview.
Jordyn has thoughts about that.
"Everyone has their truth and their story, so you just go with it. Everyone has the right to speak their truth," Jordyn told Entertainment Tonight.
She appears to be unconcerned about how she will come off on KUWTK, saying, "Hopefully, like myself, and the real me will shine."
She'd also like you to know that the proverbial bag continues regardless.
"Life moves on. Money doesn’t stop," she said. "The world doesn't stop. And hopefully, everyone is just, you know, going forward."
Jordyn previously expressed that she felt "bullied by the world" after the scandal, and has always insisted that Tristan kissed her on the way out of his house party and that nothing else took place between them.
“I understood for the first time what it’s like being a black woman — in a just society, how we can be so disrespected and nobody can really understand to that extent until you have lived it,” she said during a panel discussion at Homecoming Festival in Nigeria.
She also addressed the incident in March during Red Table Talk with her longtime family friend Jada Pinkett-Smith.
“I’m no homewrecker," she told Jada. "I would never try to hurt someone’s home, especially someone that I love and someone who has a beautiful daughter. I never would try to steal someone’s man, I don’t need your situation. I really just hurt so many more people by not telling the truth … When I was asked about what happened that night, I didn’t tell the truth to the people I loved. Not because of malicious intent but because I was just scared.”
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