Khloe Kardashian has posted three new messages on Instagram.
And she clearly doesn't care at all at this point about being subtle.
Each quote is very obviously directed at Tristan Thompson, Jordyn Woods and the disgusting way they hooked up last week while Tristan was still in a relationship with Khloe.
You must know the story by now, right?
Kardashian and Thompson were maybe on the outs, but still very much an item this past Sunday night...
... when the ever-horny basketball player invited Kylie Jenner's best friend over to his house, where the two proceeded to flirt and make out (at the minimum), according to multiple sources.
Khloe confronted both Thompson and Woods about the alleged spit swap and then finally wised up, kicking Thompson to the curb once and for all.
Kardashian then made a public appearance on Wednesday and seemingly hurled some shade at Woods online.
But she has left no doubt now that this is exactly what she has done.
FIRST, via a passage that seems to be taken from an inspirational calendar of some kind, Khloe has written on her Instagram Story:
Don't let shame keep you from asking for the support you want. Suffering is done in silence, end it with speaking up. Everyone has a dark chapter. Make your shadows go away by shining light on yours.
Find the encouragement and the strength needed to face the sun. Remember clouds are always temporary. Believe it gets better.
NEXT, she kept things short, simple and pointed by writing:
We have to accept that some people are really fucked up and it’s not our job to heal them.
Because Khloe stuck with Tristan after his first cheating scandal (which took place while she was pregnant!), it's safe to assume she's mostly talking about Thompson here.
But the description fits Woods just as well, wouldn't you say?
THIRD, Khloe got all deep and concluded:
The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss and have found their way out of the depths.
These people have an appreciation, a sensitivity and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen.
This seems like a terrific attitude for Khloe to take in the face of heartbreak and humiliation.
She will hopefully use this to evolve as a person and not to grow ugly or bitter.
Thompson, for his part, Tweeted "FAKE NEWS" after this story first went viral.
But he then deleted that lame message and has not commented since.
Woods, meanwhile, attended the launch party for her fake eyelash brand on Thursday night (yes, this is a thing that exists) and made a reference to the scandal by simply telling those in attendance:
"Through everything that's been going on, you know it's been real, and Eylure has been super real."
We can understand why Jordyn felt a need to promote this accessory line, however, instead of just hiding out and praying the storm somehow soon passes:
Kylie is about to cut her the heck off, if she hasn't already -- and Woods will soon need the money.