KYLIE Jenner has shared a throwback selfie video with her ex-best friend Jordyn Woods' voice in the background three years after their fallout.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum and her childhood bestie even had tattoos to mark their devoted friendship.
But after Jordyn's cheating scandal with Kylie's sister Khloe Kardashian's baby daddy Tristan Thompson, the two called it quits.
Now fans have speculated about a reunion between the girls after the 24-year-old took to her TikTok profile to share an old clip.
In the video, the makeup mogul addressed the camera, saying: "Dude I'm getting my personality back though.
"I'm feeling like myself again I really was not myself," she closed.
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In the background, Jordyn's voice could be heard saying: "Yeah I know."
Fans were shocked that Kylie shared the old clip, and they raced to the comments to discuss the reasoning behind it.
"No one gonna talk abt jordyn’s voice in the audio," one suggested.
"Realizing that’s Jordyn in the background," a second wrote.
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A third commented: "Why do I feel like jordyn and Kylie still talk."
"JORDYN PART IN THE AUDIO," another ranted with several skull emojis.
"JUSTICE FOR JORDYN!!!!!!!!" a fifth remarked while a final speculated: "Kylie using an audio with jordyn voice omg 😳 they must still be friends."
Kylie and Jordyn were inseparable for years before her cheating scandal with Tristan separated her from the famous family.
The pair even got ink to mark their friendship in 2016, but fans think Kylie Jenner no longer has the matching tattoo as a result of their fallout.
MARKED IN INK
Six years ago, Kylie and Jordyn decided to get body art done by artist JonBoy.
The KUWTK alum shared a snapshot of the ink on her Instagram.
The pals each got little red squiggly lines on the inside of their pinkies, and they showed them off with a close-up pic of their fingers resting on top of each other.
Revealing that the lines of ink are meant to resemble a letter, Kylie simply captioned the photo in explanation: “M.”
Bringing up the past, now that it’s been a while since the former BFFs called it quits on their friendship, one fan on Reddit asked: “Remember when Jordyn and Kylie got matching tattoos in 2016?
"Do they still have them?”
One user speculated: “Honestly it's probably already faded off their fingers.”
A second added, joking: “What a crazy metaphor for their friendship.”
Another user explained: “Finger tattoos fade/fall out faster than anywhere else on the body.
“Most people with them have to get them touched up every 12-24 months or they look like shit.
“So either they let it fade or got it lasered.”
A fourth eagle-eyed fan commented: “It’s gone! I was watching some of her bath product videos and it seems to me that there’s no tattoo.”
END OF AN ERA
Jordyn was Kylie's best friend until her scandal with Khloe Kardashian's then-man Tristan Thompson in 2019.
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She was caught "making out" with the basketball star, which resulted in her being given the boot from Kylie's house, where she was living, and from the famous family.
The Kardashian-Jenners removed Jordyn as a model from their various brands and cut off the joint makeup project between her and Kylie.
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