Jordyn Woods has found herself a divine purpose, as well as a new man, that’s bringing her all kinds of joy.

The 23-year-old model and entrepreneur shared a photo of herself and NBA player Karl-Anthony Towns, making it clear they’re officially an item. The lovebirds are pictured embracing in a hug while wearing matching Versace swimwear. The photos are also giving us pure travel envy, as they appear to be vacationing in an undisclosed tropical location.

“I found you, then I found me,” Woods captioned the Instagram photo series, revealing her new relationship is part of the reason for her newfound glow.

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For his part, Towns seems to be just as infatuated with Woods. Sharing a similar series of photos from their romantic baecation, Towns tagged their location “love.” He also made it clear how much Woods has changed him for the better, writing, “There are darknesses in life and there are lights, and you are one of the lights, the light of all lights.”


The relationship seems to be the rainbow at the end of the storm for Woods, who was negatively thrust into the press in 2019 after being accused of seducing Tristan Thompson, the father of Khloe Kardashians’s daughter. (Woods later clarified on Red Table Talk that Thompson initiated the kiss while she was intoxicated.)

Woods, who became a public figure through her previous friendship with Kylie Jenner, sat down for an interview on Natalie Manuel Lee’s Now With Natalie and described what it was like dealing with the backlash from the Tristan Thompson scandal.

 “I deleted everything off of my phone,” she said. “I wouldn’t respond to anyone. I responded to about two people. I pushed people away that probably shouldn’t have been pushed away but I just couldn’t trust anyone. Everything in my life changed.”

Woods also said that she’s on a path of healing and has learned to forgive herself.  “It’s easy to beat yourself up over things that you could have done differently,” she continued. “But you can’t hold on to what you could have or should have done. You just have to accept what actually happened and then you can let it go. It might take you a month to let it go—it might take you a year to let it go—but you have to start praying to be able to let it go.”


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