Now, whenever Jordyn Woods wants a break in the drama, he only has to look at his arm.
The 21-year-old model visited her brother's tattoo shop in Los Angeles last week to complete her extensive ink collection, but she hid the new art until Monday night when she showed at UOMA Summer House in Los Angeles.
Woods' tattoo reads, "What is done for me will never be missed."
The quote is an abridged version of a saying of theologian, writer, and Muslim scholar Imam Al-Shafi "I:" My heart is at ease, knowing that what was meant for me does not will never fail and that what I miss has never been. for me."
Although Woods did not explain the meaning of her new tattoo, it seems to be a not-so-subtle allusion to the dramatic year she had after meeting Khloe Kardashian's baby dad, Tristan Thompson, who at his tower had led to a fall. between Woods and his friend Kylie Jenner.
Since the scandal erupted in February, Woods and Jenner have dissociated each other on social networks. They have spent several group holidays – and are currently in Italy to celebrate his 22nd birthday – without his former best friend.
A source close to Woods, however, told Page Six she was back on the drama. "These holidays clearly show that [Kylie and Jordyn] move forward and do what they have to do to move forward in their lives, "the source said in July. "That's what it is, the writing is on the wall."
Since then, Woods has been busy designing a new clothing collection, promoting her fake eyelash line and making new friends, like rapper Megan Thee Stallion.