Gwyneth Paltrow threw some major shade at Khloe Kardashian and the Tristan Thompson cheating scandal by pretending to not know anything about them in a catty comment about Jordyn Woods’ hookup with the basketball player.
The post by @sourpsycho questioned whether Kylie Jenner’s longtime friend and business partner Jordyn would willingly give up her friendship with “the world’s youngest billionaire who gifts with cars, diamonds and lavish vacations” for Tristan “who rides bench for the Cavs and has a community d*ck.”
Gwyneth responded to the post feigning a lack of knowledge about the scandal or any of the people involved, Khloe included! “Can someone explain what’s going on?” she wrote. “ I have never heard of half of these people, someone give me context. Please. It seems serious.”
Gwyneth is known for being a shady queen. There was the time at Fortune‘s Most Powerful Women Summit, when she responded to television personality Martha Stewart’s statement about her needing to stay quiet and “trying to be Martha Stewart” with some shade of her own. “No one has ever said anything bad about me before, so I’m shocked and devastated.” she said sarcastically. “I’ll try to recover. If I’m really honest, I’m so psyched that she sees us as competition. I really am.”
She also shaded previous exes Brad Pitt, Ben Affleck, and Chris Martin in an interview with The Sunday Times back in April. When discussing her current relationship with fiancé Brad Falchuk, she said, “For the first time, I feel I’m in an adult relationship that is sometimes uncomfortable because he sort of demands a certain level of intimacy and communication that I haven’t been held to before.”
Radar reported that Khloe ended her nearly 3-year relationship with Tristan on February 15, two days before he hooked up with Jordyn at a house party in Sherman Oaks.
Readers know that Khloe confronted Jordyn, who may have admitted that something happened between her and Tristan.
Jordyn has since been kicked out of Kylie’s guest house, Radar exclusively reported.
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