- Larsa Pippen claims Tristan Thompson and Jordyn Woods were in "situations" before the cheating scandal broke.
- Larsa says their vibe gave Kourtney Kardashian a "weird feeling."
Oh, so you thought you'd get a break from Tristan Thompson and Khloé Kardashian's cheating scandal again now that Keeping Up with the Kardashians' insanely dramatic season is over? THINK AGAIN, FRIEND. Because Kim Kardashian's bestie Larsa Pippen is out here spilling an entire mug of tea all over the ground for us to thirstily sop up.
Larsa appeared on the Hollywood Unlocked [UNCENSORED] podcast to chat about the scandal with her friend Jason Lee—who, by the way, is the one who called her with a heads up that he was about to break news that Tristan cheated.
But according to Larsa, before their "official" kiss, Tristan and Jordyn were already vibing to the point where the family was uncomfortable. "I called Kim. She didn’t believe me—she was like, 'No way. There’s no way.' Then we called Kourtney and Kourtney was like, 'Yeah, I believe it.' Because there were other situations where [Jordyn and Tristan] were in the same room together and it was like, a weird feeling. And Kourtney was in that room."
FYI, this actually falls in line with Jeffree Star's claims that Jordyn and Tristan had been hooking up for months:
“Jordyn really just said that on the way out of Tristan’s house, he kissed her on the mouth. That is a motherf*cking lie. Y’all have been hooking up for a month or two. The whole city of Calabasas knows it. There’s eyes everywhere, there’s normal people that aren’t famous that are your neighbors, b*tch. And everyone sees everything. Y’all have been hooking up for a while. It finally came out. You’re f*cking shook that the truth’s out, and you’re trying to save your ass, girl.”
Meanwhile, Jordyn hasn't responded to Larsa, but uh, she did post this to Instagram, just saying:
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