Hollywood Unlocked captured a recent exchange between Malika and one of her followers where she not-so-subtly expressed her thoughts on Jordyn’s upcoming sit-down on Jada Pinkett Smith‘s Red Table Talk.
In response to an Instagram comment applauding her for taking ownership of her mistakes, she replied. “I’ve been wrong before and I’ll be wrong again, but I damn sure wouldn’t make excuses (alcohol) in an interview to gain self pity and save face. No one in my life would condone that coward like behavior.”
As Radar first reported, Jordyn originally told friends she blacked out during the alleged hookup with Tristan, and can’t remember what happened.
According to another source, she told other friends she wasn’t drunk, and nothing had happened.
Jordyn’s interview will air on March 1.
Kardashian confidante Larsa Pippen is also eager to hear what she has to say. She commented under Hollywood Unlocked’s post about the upcoming interview, saying “Can’t wait to see which version of her story she tells. Hope it’s the same she told @khloekardsahian when she checked her.”
Jordyn certainly has a lot to say to Jada and the Smith family. A source said she believes that the scandal is “a scam for [Keeping Up With the Kardashians] ratings,” and that the Kardashians are pushing this narrative in an effort to get rid of Tristan.
Radar exclusively learned that the the Kardashian family was blindsided by the news of Jordyn’s interview. “No one expected Jordyn to have the gall to stand up against them,” the insider revealed.
Jordyn has maintained that she and Kylie remain close despite the scandal, telling sources that they’re good, and Kylie still follows her on Instagram.
But Kardashian Jenner insiders close to the family say the opposite is true. Jordyn has not only been kicked out of Kylie’s guest house, but also is being phased out of Kylie Cosmetics. Pictures of the former model have also been deleted from Khloe’s brand Good American promotional material.
We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at email@example.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.