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This Photo of Jordyn Woods Twinning With Her Younger Sister Leaves Fans Stunned: ‘Yo Moms a Printer’

Model Jordyn Woods is nine years older than her sister but the two look more like twins than older and younger sisters.

The 21-year-old on Saturday, April 27, uploaded a photo set posing with her 12-year-old sis, Jodie Woods. The age difference wasn’t even noticeable as the two posed with Jordyn in the foreground and her younger sis in the background.

“Thank you mom & dad. I didn’t know that when I asked for a baby sis 13 years ago my mom would birth another me. 🧬 💪🏾💕” the former Kylie Jenner Cosmetics model captioned the photo series.

Jodie shared the same set of images on her own Instagram page.

“I never knew how much we looked alike till now…nobody understands how much love I have for this girl I look up to her in so many ways sisters by blood but bestfriends by choice I love you jordy❤️,” she captioned the message.

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Jordyn Woods (left) and younger sister Jodie Woods (right). (Photo: @jordynwoods/Instagram)

Woods’ comments section was filled with comments marveling at the resemblance between two siblings.

“U guys look like twins.”

“Yo moms a printer.”

“twins….literally your parents made the same kid twice 💙”

“Literally twins! Omg ♥️😻”

“Dang bruh they look just alike😂💯”

Jordyn and Jodie’s similar likes may reflect how close they are. Both famous on Instagram, the two hang out often and are frequently snapped together at events, like the Korean skin care company Glow Recipe’s Watermelon Night Market event last September.

More recently, Woods has been thrust into the spotlight following allegations she broke up Khloé Kardashian and her now ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson.

She famously addressed the matter on “Red Table Talk” in March and discussed the toll it’s had on her family.

“We can’t leave the house,” Woods divulged of the impact the fallout had on her home. “My brother can’t go to work. My sister can’t go to school, she’s 12 years old. My mom can’t even go to the grocery store.”

While on a panel at the Homecoming Festival in Lagos, Nigeria last month Woods describedthe bullying she faced after the cheating scandal allowed her to level with her sister’s experiences in school.

“My little sister was bullied in school, and I wanted to show her that I was bullied by the world,” Woods said before uttering a remark that would later prove controversial. “I understood for the first time what it’s like being a Black woman — in a just society, how we can be so disrespected and nobody can really understand to that extent until you have lived it.”

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