The Kardashian Scandal Has Only Made Jordyn Woods’ Social Media Following Stronger

You won't believe how much her Instagram following has increased.

In the week following the Kardashian cheating scandal, Jordyn Woods has gone into something of a self-imposed social media exile. Since the news broke (which purports that Woods had a romantic encounter with Khloé Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend, Tristan Thompson), the 23-year-old model, and former best friend of Kylie Jenner, hasn’t posted anything to her Instagram grid—making her last post on 18th February, 2019.

While some would assume the scandal would stunt Woods’ Internet following, new statistics have proven quite the opposite. According to web data site CrowdTangle, Woods’ Instagram follower count has risen from 8 million to 8.9 million as of 28th February, 2019, seeing a total increase of almost a million new followers in the space of two weeks.

Jordyn Woods
Jordyn Woods

The increase might seem astounding, but it’s likely to grow even further after the airing of Woods’ interview on Jada Pinkett Smith’s online talk show Red Table Talk—slated to air on Friday, 29th February.

Though Woods hasn’t updated her Instagram grid since the scandal broke, she shared a mystifying 20-second video on Instagram Live on 27th February, 2019—seeing her walking on the Red Table Talk set and sitting down in silence. The clip caused worldwide speculation as to what Woods will (and is allowed to) discuss, especially considering reports that she signed a non-disclosure agreement with the Kardashian family in the wake of the scandal.

Meanwhile, Khloé Kardashian finally broke her silence on 26th February, 2019, posting a short and to-the-point statement on her Twitter account.

The 36-year-old wrote to her 26.4 million Twitter followers: “Hi loves, just want to let you know that I appreciate you! I’ve been reading your kind words and they really are a blessing to me. I love you! Thank you thank you! I’ll be back when I’m in the mood to chat with you all. Until then remember to be kind to one another.”

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