"It's just, you know, things happen, and of course I'm sorry and apologetic as much as I can be," Jordyn told the outlet at the release of her Boohoo collection, which she first announced less than a day after "KUWTK" aired.
During part 1 of the season finale, the Kar-Jenner clan -- particularly Khloe and Kylie -- attempted to piece together what went down between Jordyn and Tristan on NBA All-Star Weekend. In the episode, Khloe claimed Jordyn "never once" apologized for her involvement in the scandal.
"I'm not saying things can't happen," Khloe told her sisters on the show. "I'm the most understanding, calm person ever. But Jordyn... never once has Jordyn said, 'I'm sorry.'"
"They're both at fault, I'm not just blaming Jordyn," she said at another point. "Tristan, we all know what he's capable of. Look what he did when I was nine months pregnant. But I knew who he was. I never in a million years thought that's who she was."
Also during the episode, Kim Kardashian made a bold claim of her own when she said Jordyn was supporting her family off the money from her then bestie, Kylie Jenner. On Wednesday, Jordyn hit back at Kim's comment.
"I definitely work very hard for a lot of the things that I have, and as you can see, I'm out here hustling," the influencer said. "I've always been working. I started modeling when I was 18, and you know, I work hard."
Jordyn also spoke about her collaboration with Boohoo, which will be her second time teaming up with the U.K. clothing brand. (Her first launch back in 2016 was strongly supported by Kylie.)
"Everyone loved the first collection, which was years ago, so why not come again?" she said. "It's a win-win for both of us."
"It's more of a going out collection, something with a lot of personality to where if you maybe aren't feeling like going out, but then you have that bomb outfit, it's going to inspire you," Jordyn added. "And there's a lot of different selection for all different types of girls and different body types."
The Jordyn Woods x Boohoo collection, which dropped Wednesday, features size inclusive pieces and includes everything from jumpsuits to matching co-ord sets. In addition, the line ranges from sizes 2 to 26 and costs $15 to $60.
The activewear designer concluded by discussing her new motto: "dream big."
"It's important to dream big because nothing is impossible and you have to understand that no matter where you come from, whether you start here or you start here, we all have the same amount of hours in the day," Jordyn said. "If you want to make something happen, just go for it."
Part 2 of the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" season finale airs Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on E!