Jordyn Woods Joins The Red Table Talk To Tell Her Story!!!

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Jordyn Woods shares her story with Jada Pinkett Smith on The Red Table Talk.
Last week, a story broke out that Jordyn Woods and Khloe Kardashian’s boyfriend Tristan Thompson allegedly had an affair. Woods has denied all allegations, because of this she has been called a liar by the Kardashian family and the public, along with receiving threatening messages to her and her family. With so much confusion revolving around the story Woods tries to tell her story. Jada Pinkett Smith has known Jordyn Woods her whole life and has been close with the Kardashian family for sometime. Jada voices that all three families have been impacted by this, but it’s important for Jordyn to let the world know the truth.

After listening to the entire video I have to say I believe Jordyn. Not saying that I can’t be wrong but everything she says seems like something that could happen to anyone. She doesn’t make up some elaborate story to convince us. It is actually the most basic story. Nothing to question or consider.

We all can agree and Jordyn says it many times that she shouldn’t have allowed herself to follow the other ladies to his house. It was inappropriate and she acknowledges that many times.

I do want to explore the comments on her being drunk, as all these blogs feel the need to pick at her for mentioning the alcohol. Let’s be clear, alcohol surfaces a lot of built up energy or feelings that one may have. People are making it seem like she is making an excuse. That isn’t an excuse it’s the truth. She describes her sitting next to Tristan and how their feet touched. Which again is completely inappropriate. This is the only thing that raises a red flag for me. It seems like Jordyn may have had a connection with Tristan before this event. Not something that would cause cheating but a feeling that possibly lingered in the air when their in the room together. Something that neither one of them really acknowledged or possibly just ignored.

Jada Pinkett Smith says it many times that everyone has been in a situation like this or similar. I’m not saying that the Kardashians should forgive her. I’m just saying these kinds of things are more common than not. It doesn’t matter who you are. We just learn from them and move the hell on.

Also when someone tells their story it doesn’t always have to be that they are looking for attention. Sometimes people make mistakes and want to make it known that they made a mistake. It is possible someone can be genuine. Again I don’t know whether Jordyn Woods is lying or not but I won’t dismiss her apology just because people feel she wants attention. If that’s the case no one would come out and say anything they’ve done or been through because unfortunately the world we live in people love scandals that will bring them attention.

For the trollers…with all of the cases of people committing suicide because of bullying its also inappropriate to send someone messages stating things like “That’s why your father deserved to die” and “I hope you die.” This is disgusting and no one should ever speak to someone like that especially not because of an alleged affair. Let’s be frank the Kardashians don’t know half of you who are “defending” them. You aren’t getting your bills paid and you’re not going to become their best friends. You’re just fueling an issue that, when you go home at night, has nothing to do with your real life. Grow Up! These people are hurting and don’t need your petty and childish insults.

New Academy Member Kerry Washington Explains Why She Didn’t Boycott “The So White” Oscars 2016

The beautiful Scandal star, Kerry Washington, express her views on the boycotting Oscars and the lack of diversity in the 2016 nominations.

“I respect and admire the people who aren’t here,” Washington, 39, said on the red carpet. “For me, my voice is best used at the table. As a new member of the Academy, I really want to be a part of the conversation so there is institutional change so we never have this again.”

Added the actress, “We need all those voices at the table. It’s about women, people of color, it’s about age.”

Many A-list stars have contributed to the conversation about the lack of diversity including George Clooney, O’Shea Jackson Jr., David Oyelowo, Ava DuVernay, Al Sharpton and Idris Elba.

Spike Lee, Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith are all skipping the Oscars ceremony this year.

*I totally understand why people are boycotting but I believe there has to be someone attending, to represent those individuals who would like to be nominated. Kerry Washington is doing a good thing. OnPoint!*

In other news, Kerry Washington’s leg is making all the headlines. By tomorrow her leg will have its own social media page, like Angelina Jolie’s leg was once.

Chris Rock’s Opening Monologue At Oscars 2016

Chris Rock opens up the 88th Academy Awards with a touchy but important topic of controversy, surrounding the “So White” Oscars. The comedian kept it tasteful and funny.

Over the course of few months people have been upset with the nominations that didn’t include any black actors an actresses. Although there were writers that where Caucasian who were nominated like, Straight Outta Compton, screenplay writers Jonathan Herman and Andrea Berloff.

Take a look at his monologue below and tell us your thoughts. Is Hollywood racist?

Jada Pinkett-Smith Calls Out The Media And Cyber Bullies For Attacking Teen Stars

As a celebrity mom with famous kids, Jada Pinkett-Smith knows firsthand what it’s like to see your family’s name dragged through the mud, however, after a recent incident that happened in the media with Justin Bieber, she decided enough was enough.

Taking to Facebook once again to share her personal thoughts, Jada posted a blog this week voicing her concern over people in the media and online who constantly criticize kids who are in the limelight, especially those bearing the responsibility to provide for themselves and their families. Posing a series of questions, she asks if we are taking cyber-bullying to a whole new level, while using examples such as Quvenzhané Wallis being called a c–t by The Onion, and Justin Bieber’s recent run in with the paparazzi.

Are we bullying our young artists?

How can we ask for our young stars to have a high level of responsibility if we are not demonstrating that same level of responsibility towards them?

This last week, I had to really evaluate the communication in regard to our young artists in the media. I was trying to differentiate cyber-bullying from how we attack and ridicule our young stars through media and social networks. It is as if we have forgotten what it means to be young or even how to behave like good ol’ grown folk. Do we feel as though we can say and do what we please without demonstrating any responsibility simply because they are famous? Is it okay to continually attack and criticize a famous 19 year old who is simply trying to build a life, exercise his talents while figuring out what manhood and fame is all about as he carries the weight of supporting his family as well as providing the paychecks to others who depend on him to work so they can feed their families as well? Does that render being called a c–t by an adult male photographer as you try to return to your hotel after leaving the the hospital? Or what about our nine year old beautiful Oscar nominee who was referred to as a cunt as well? Or what about being a young woman in her early twenties, exploring the [intricacies] of love and power on the world stage? And should we shame a young woman for displaying a sense of innocence as she navigates through the murky waters of love, heartbreak, and fame?

Are these young people not allowed to be young, make mistakes, grow, and eventually transform a million times before our eyes? Are we asking them to defy the laws of nature because of who they are? Why can’t we congratulate them for the capacity to work through their challenges on a world stage and still deliver products that keep them on top. We all know how hard it is to keep our head above water, even in the privacy of our own homes let alone on the world stage. Imagine yourself, at their age, with the spotlights, challenges and responsibilities. Most of us would have fallen to the waste side before we could even get to a crashed Ferrari, a controversial romance, several heart breaks, or an Oscar nomination at NINE. We WISH we could have had the capacity to accomplish HALF of what they have accomplished along with ALL these challenges they face. But…maybe THAT’S the problem…we WISH we could have or even…we WISH we could.

Go in then, Jada!

Earlier this week, the media published headlines with titles like, “Justin Bieber’s crazy antics” and “Justin Bieber’s Meltdown Continues,” after he was caught on video lunging at the paparazzi while saying, “What The f–k did you say? I’ll f–king beat the f–k out of you!“  It was later revealed that as he was headed to his vehicle, the photographer had yelled, “F–king little c–k, f–k off back to America. F-cking moron.”

Later that day, Justin tweeted:

Ahhhhh! Rough morning! Trying to feel better for this show tonight but let the paps get the best of me… Sometimes when people r shoving cameras in your face all day and yelling the worst thing possible at u…well I’m human. Rough week.