Jordyn Woods was as of late spotted investing energy with Kim Kardashian West’s ex, Ray J. Both of them are at present caught up with taping a scene of VH1’s “Hip Hop Squares.”
It was Jordyn’s mom Elizabeth Woods who shared a couple off camera pictures on Instagram in the wake of shooting the scene. She portrayed the experience as “so much fun,” and she included that everybody at the generation set was “kind and adoring.”
Beam J and Kardashian made a sex tape in 2003, which released online in 2007. Kardashian later wedded Kanye West, however Ray J seemed to have alluded to his past association with the unscripted television star in his melody “I Hit It First.”
Jordyn used to be exceptionally near the Kardashian family. Be that as it may, after she confessed to kissing Khloé Kardashian’s sweetheart Tristan Thompson, which caused the separation of both of them, the relatives cut their association with Jordyn.
With Ray J and Jordyn meeting up for “Hip Hop Squares” it stays to be checked whether they will cause much more debate. Beam J had recently utilized a pixilated picture of Kim as the front of “I Hit It First” and cast a carbon copy of the unscripted television star for the music video, People detailed.
There was gossip a year ago that Ray J made “rough comments” about his sexual history with Kim. In spite of the fact that he denied making any comments, Kim considered him an “obsessive liar.”
While Jordyn and Ray J are occupied with the taping, Kim took a break to go on a short get-away with her better half and children. Kourtney Kardashian and her ex Scott Disick were additionally there at the outing, E! News revealed.
Kim and the others purportedly went to a private shoreline in a bay. They had the staff get the sustenance and different things they needed. There were kayaks, paddle sheets, and other water toys for them to appreciate. As indicated by onlookers, the family had “an incredible time.”
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