Jordyn Woods has debuted a new tattoo which seemingly references the tough times she faced in the wake of the Tristan Thompson scandal.
The 21-year-old model unveiled the ink on her forearm while attending the recent UOMA Beauty Summer House party in Los Angeles, and later showed it off again at the premiere of 47 Meters Down: Uncaged on Tuesday night.
Inked in a fine cursive script, the tattoo reads, “What’s meant for me will never miss me.”
The words refer to an excerpt from a quote by Arab Muslim writer Al-Shafi’i, who lived from 767 to 820 AD.
The full passage is: “My heart is at ease knowing that what was meant for me will never miss me, and that what misses me was never meant for me.”
Last week, Woods was spotted leaving a private tattoo studio in Los Angeles with a fresh bandage on her arm. The new body art was reportedly done by her brother John Woods.
The same day, she took to her Instagram Stories to tease fans about her tattoo and tagged her sibling in the now-expired video.
It’s not clear what inspired Woods to choose the empowering words, but it comes six months after her alleged tryst with Khloe Kardashian’s basketball player boyfriend, with whom she shares 16-month-old daughter True.
Thompson reportedly kissed the model after a house party back in February, and while Woods denied anything else happened with the 28-year-old sportsman, she was instantly ousted from the Kardashian-Jenner family’s inner circle and forced to move out of her former best friend Kylie Jenner’s house.
However, she’s hopeful that they will reconnect in the future.
“I hope everything falls into place and that we can all grow and build our relationships with our family and God. And come back together one day and be stronger and happier,” the TV personality told Cosmopolitan U.K. in an interview for the September issue.
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