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Say What, Now? Jordyn Woods Said 'Cheating' Scandal Bullying Made Her Understand For The 1st Time What It's Like Being A Black Woman

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Jordyn Woods is over in Nigeria living her best life. However, she made some interesting comments while speaking on a panel about being a black woman.  Something, apparently, she's just now understanding what that means.

Jordyn Woods (and her mother Elizabeth Woods) jetted overseas to celebrate the cultural exchange between Africa and the World at the 2019 Homecoming Festival in Lagos, Nigeria.

Recently, the 21-year-old, who is bi-racial, spoke on a panel for the Homecoming Festival which focused on self-love and care. While speaking, she opened up about the aftermath of the Tristan Thompson "cheating" scandal, revealing she was a victim of bullying. She shared how the incident made her an example of how to deal with bullying for her younger sister since she was dealing with bullying in school.

"My little sister was bullied in school and I wanted to show her that I was bullied by the world," Woods said during the panel, according to a video obtained by Daily Mail.

Then, she made a statement that made folks (mainly black women) give her a hair flip & a side-eye.

“I understood for the first time what it’s like being a black woman - in just society and how we can be so disrespected and nobody can really understand to that extent until you have to live it.”

So THIS situation made her understand for the FIRST TIME what it's like to be a black woman in society? And the unique issues we face in society simply because we are black? Did hanging out with the Kardashian-Jenners make her feel like she WASN'T a black woman, or did she feel like she never encountered any racism or sexism in her bubble? We're confused.  Because we can guarantee - no matter how rich and white the folks are around you - they and society always saw you as a black woman. Why does being bullied for allegedly sleeping with her friend's sister's baby daddy suddenly make her understand what it's like being a black woman? 

We're rooting for you Jordyn, but this ain't it. Surround yourself with some actual black women - not white women who use you for their culture vulture behavior - because it's clear something is...lacking. 

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There have been inklings that Jordyn and her former BFF Kylie Jenner could possibly rekindle their friendship. You can catch up HERE.


“I have love for everyone. Always,” Woods said, as her mother followed up with: “We love Kylie always. We love you, Kylie.”

Her mom jumped in with the "We love you Kylie" like she did when photogs caught them arriving at LAX.

Photo: Jordyn's IG

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