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‘A Calm Flex!’: Jordyn Woods Surprises Everyone After She Reveals She Starred In This Old Will Smith Music Video

Jordyn Woods has a message for haters trying to downplay her resume.

The former “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” reality star recently made a cameo in the new music video for rappers G-Eazy and Mulatto for their song “Down,” and she apparently faced some “haterism” from naysayers. Folks claimed Woods just began starring in music videos earlier this year.

However, the 22-year-old model demanded people put some respect on her name and suggested she has a long resume of music videos. She re-posted Will Smith‘s 2002 music video “Nod Ya Head,” which she starred in in her very young years.

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Jordyn Woods stars in Will Smith’s “Nod Ya Head” video in 2002. @jordynwoods/Instagram

She took to Instagram on Saturday, Sept 5., with a strong message to critics and wrote, “Oh cause I thought someone said I just started making cameos in music videos!? 😂 18 years ago 😱.”

Her revelation shocked IG followers who had no idea about her cameo appearance.

“Screaming cause I never knew that was you !!! 💕”

“a calm flex! 😂”

“she said she not new to this she’s true to this🥺😭”

@jordynwoods/Instagram

“No fricking way! Tru 2 this, nt new”

“Omg I remember this video like yesterday. Wow didn’t know you were in it 🔥”

Woods is actually really close to the Smith family and refers to Will Smith as her “uncle.”

Her late father, John Woods, worked in the television business as a sound engineer and reportedly met the star of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” through work. John Woods passed away in January 2017 from cancer.

In 2014, Jordyn Woods shared a throwback photo of her as a child with Smith in celebration of his birthday.

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Will Smith and Jordyn Woods @jordynwoods/Instagram

“Happy birthday to a man who has greatly impacted my life,” she wrote. “Love you uncle willy.”

Woods continues to mourn her late father. She penned a heartfelt post to him on Father’s Day 2020. Sharing a childhood photo of her and her dad, she wrote on June 21, “Going on Instagram today has been a tough one. For those of you who still have a father present or living, I hope you spent the day to love and cherish them. I learned to appreciate the memories. Even though I was robbed of plenty of time, I still feel his presence within me through every step. Every day is Father’s Day because without you there is no me.”

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