Jordyn Woods Rocks Skintight Costume & Reveals New Cryptic Arm Tattoo On Kylie Jenner’s Birthday – Pic

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As Kylie Jenner partied in Italy for her 22nd birthday, Jordyn Woods hit a crimson carpet rocking a scorching bodycon gown — and a few recent, cryptic ink.

The identical day that her former finest pal, Kylie Jenner, rang in her 22nd birthday, Jordyn Woods hit up her first crimson carpet for the reason that Tristan Thompson dishonest scandal started. Jordyn marked her look on the UOMA Magnificence Summer time Home Celebration on August 10 by debuting some cryptic new art work, too — a tattoo on her left forearm that reads “What’s meant for me won’t ever miss me” in fairly script. Do you hear that? That’s the sound of Jordyn not GAF! Jordyn regarded like a bonafide bombshell in her outfit, a curve-hugging tank gown in a classy, alligator print, an enormous rose gold Rolex watch, and sky-high golden sandals.

In the meantime, Kylie was in Italy along with her nearest and dearest (sorry, Jordyn), dwelling it up on a $250 million yacht for her birthday. Together with Travis Scott and their daughter, Stormi Webster, Kylie introduced alongside household and associates for the luxurious European trip. Again in Calabasas, hours earlier than the crimson carpet, Jordyn additionally posted horny pics and video to Instagram that confirmed her lounging poolside in a bikini. It’s absolutely a coincidence that Jordyn pulled out the stops on August 10, although she absolutely is aware of her ex-best pal’s birthday, no?

Only one 12 months in the past, lengthy earlier than the world (and Khloe Kardashian) came upon that she kissed Tristan at a home get together in Los Angeles, Jordyn was by Kylie’s facet as she celebrated her 21st birthday. The emotional and bodily distance between these former finest associates has by no means been extra obvious.

Jordyn Woods Tattoo
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Jordyn Woods Tattoo
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There’s at all times hoping for #23, although. Jordyn lately advised Cosmo UK that, “I hope all the pieces falls into place and that we will all develop and construct {our relationships} with our household and God and are available again collectively someday and be stronger and happier.”