Jordyn Woods and Khloé Kardashian are still feuding…or that’s what the internet wants you to think. Fans deciphered Wood’s latest Instagram Story as a clap back at Kardashian’s recent apology.

On Thursday, Kardashian posted a series of long Instagram stories. Her intention was to clear up any confusion that people had about how she was feeling towards the scandal between Woods and Tristan Thompson.

“I don’t hold any negative or hateful feelings towards ANYONE! I mean that,” The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star said. “We are all humans trying to figure out this thing called life. Who am I to condemn anyone else? Yes, I’m allowed to feel hurt and pain. It would be unnatural for me to pretend as if I don’t…I crave peace in my life. Me holding on to hate is only going to me in the end.”


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Kardashian even added that the message was directed at Woods and “anyone else who has ever hurt [her].”


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Woods seemed to respond to Kardashian's posts with her own Instagram Story. She reposted a message from @chuckyanthony that said: “Someone somewhere is still discussing the old you because they don’t have access to the new you.” Woods added “facts” with the 100 emoji to the message.


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After the internet went crazy claiming that Wood’s Instagram Story was about the reality star, Woods went on Twitter to clear everything up.

“Not every quote that is posted is a sub or a “clap back” and not everything posted is directed towards one person in general. I deal with a lot of different [expletive] daily. It’s all love. Only positive vibrations,” her tweet said.

Now that everything is resolved, only time will tell if this is the end of the drama from the Woods, Kardashian and Tristan Thompson cheating scandal that first hit the news on Feb. 19.

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In this photo, Jordyn Woods attends 19th Annual Post-Golden Globes Party at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Jan. 7, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. Getty Images/Frazer Harrison