She’s choosing sides! Jada Pinkett Smith was one of the first people to publicly rush to Jordyn Woods‘ side in the midst of her cheating scandal with Tristan Thompson — her former best friend Kylie Jenner‘s big sister Khloé Kardashian‘s baby daddy. But now, it seems like Jada, 47, is drawing a line in the sand and showing where her loyalty lies — by unfollowing Khloé, Kim KardashianKourtney Kardashian and their mom Kris Jenner on Instagram.

As of Friday, March 29, Jada had unfollowed the three older Kardashians sisters and their momager. She is still following Kendall Jenner, Kylie and Jordyn.

Jada and her husband, Hollywood star Will Smith, have been longtime friends with Jordyn’s parents and they both fiercely defended the 21-year-old model after she hooked up with Tristan, 28, over Valentine’s Day weekend. Jada even invited Jordyn to be a guest on her Red Table Talk show just three days after the scandal broke — which was a monumental move considering in those three days, Kylie, 21, asked Jordyn to move out of her house and it seemed like Jordyn didn’t have a friend to lean on.

“This world is not going to break you,” Will, 50, told Jordyn just before her tell-all Red Table Talk interview. “We won’t allow it.”

During the interview, Jordyn opened up to Jada about the details of the night she hooked up with Tristan, explaining that she had been out at a bar with friends and Tristan was there too. After the bar closed, Jordyn and her friends all headed to a house party at Tristan’s. “I’m like, ‘Cool, that’s okay. Feels like a safe environment. I’d rather it be his house than a random stranger,’” Jordyn said.

After Jordyn told her truth, Jada offered her opinion on the backlash that she had been receiving. “Well, you know what they say. Black women can be the most disregarded and disrespected creatures on the Earth,” Jada told Jordyn. “Being a black woman in the game for so long as I’ve been, just seeing that without people even having heard your side, just not giving the benefit of the doubt, it just always seems like it’s so easy to just target black women, put everything on us, even if there’s other people involved.”