While Jordyn Woods is hopeful that she and Kylie Jenner will reconcile someday, the makeup mogul appears to be seeing things a little differently. After the billionaire unfollowed her former best friend on Instagram, sources close to her have said that she is getting annoyed with seeing Woods in situations that she is not supposed to be in.

Jenner ended her friendship with Woods after the cheating scandal involving the latter with Tristan Thompson. The billionaire unfollowed Woods on Instagram last week, and sources close to the makeup mogul told People that she did it because she felt irritated by her former best friend.

“Kylie just felt that Jordyn was really popping up in annoying situations, where she shouldn’t be,” the insider said. This apparently has started to “bug” Jenner.

According to the sources, Woods is still trying to “hang on to the world that she shared with Kylie.” But, Jenner has moved on and she hasn’t had a “good friendship” with her former best friend for a few months now. The makeup mogul didn’t want to rush things, according to the insiders, but her unfollowing Woods on Instagram is a clear indication of the way things are now between them.

Unfollowing Woods o Instagram was the last step in breaking away from that relationship for Jenner, according to people close to her. The makeup mogul has a group of friends that she is happy with, and she wants to live a drama-free life now.

One person that has become particularly close to Jenner in the past few months is Sofia Richie. Sources told People that Richie has been supportive and a loyal friend after the cheating scandal, and Jenner appreciates it.

Jenner has also been spending time with her daughter Stormi. She recently took her daughter to an aquarium and shared a picture of the trip on Instagram. Commenting on Stormi’s pose, the proud mom wrote that her daughter is “too cool” for her now.

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Jordyn Woods poses backstage during The American Heart Association's Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection 2019 at Hammerstein Ballroom on February 7, 2019 in New York City Getty Images/Astrid Stawiarz