In the days leading up to her Red Table Talk appearance, Jordyn Woods has been on the receiving end of serious shade—not only from complete strangers, but also from members of the Kardashian squad. Family friend Malika Haqq dismissed Woods' interview as an attempt "to gain self pity and save face," and also claimed Woods was not accepting responsibility for her alleged hook-up with Tristan Thompson, the father of Khloé Kardashian's child.

Larsa Pippen also joined the conversation this week, when she commented on an Instagram post announcing Woods' Red Table Talk sit-down: "Can't wait to see which version of her story she tells," Pippen, a longtime friend of the Kardashians, wrote. "Hope it's the same she told @khloekardashian when she checked her."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Pippen's comments—just like Haqq's—were immediately criticized on social media. Twitter users didn't hesitate to point out Pippen has also been at the center of a cheating scandal, as she allegedly hooked up with Future while still married to NBA legend Scottie Pippen.

During her interview on the Jada Pinkett Smith online series, Woods gave her account of what went down on the night of her alleged hook-up with Thompson. She admitted that there was a kiss, but there was "never anything intimate" between her and Khloé's baby daddy. Woods also claimed she was being bullied by people who she believed were her friends, but didn't mention any specific names.

"I've even been bullied by people who, just a week before, were telling me how much they love me," she said. "You have my phone number. You could've called. But I guess if everything's social now, that's how people handle things.... I can tell you one thing, 90 percent of these people were not my friends."