Kourtney Kardashian might have a beef with Jordyn Woods, however the daughter of her new boyfriend Travis Barker isn’t selecting sides.
The rocker’s 15-year-old child, Alabama, was seen having dinner with Jordyn’s youthful sister, Jodie Woods, 14, on the Los Angeles hotspot Catch LA on Sunday, in response to a put up on Instagram.
The 2 teenagers broke bread about two years after Jordyn was notoriously ostracized by your entire Kardashian-Jenner clan for hooking up with Khloé Kardashian’s child daddy, Tristan Thompson, in 2019.
However the Barkers clearly aren’t going to battle the Kardashians’ battles.
“Mangers hmu,” Alabama captioned a brief clip on her Instagram story of the 2 at dinner, wherein she raised her glass to the digital camera earlier than displaying Jodie blowing a kiss beside her.
Jodie additionally posted a photograph from the night to her personal account, the place the youthful Woods sister threw up a peace signal whereas Alabama cheekily flipped her center finger.
The meet-up between her and Jodie got here simply days after Alabama, whom Barker shares with ex-wife Shanna Moakler, loved a enjoyable, snow-filled outing with 41-year-old Kardashian.
As a refresher, Jodie’s sister, Jordyn, a 23-year-old mannequin and designer, was greatest pals with Kylie Jenner, and thus handled as an unofficial member of the Kardashian-Jenner household.
Nevertheless, their friendship ended when Jordyn was caught hooking up with NBA participant Thompson, the daddy of Khloé’s daughter, True, in February 2019.
After being swiftly ousted from the household’s interior circle, Jordyn misplaced her job as a mannequin for Khloé’s Good American model and was reportedly booted from Kylie’s dwelling and buddy group.
Whereas Khloé, 36, has since reconciled with Thompson, 30, Jordyn stays on the outs with the well-known household — one thing she has realized to come back to phrases with.
“I feel you can’t let life dim you down,” the mannequin mentioned on the “Behind Closed Doorways” podcast in November 2020. “You need to consistently change into higher and evolve, and every thing is a studying lesson.”