Washington Wizards big man Kris Humphries took to Twitter to make an insensitive tweet about his ex-wife Kim Kardashian’s stepdad, Bruce Jenner.
For former Olympian Bruce Jenner, the idea of coming out and saying that he will live the rest of his life as a woman wasn’t the easiest. It had to have been scary to look into the camera and tell all of America, and the world, that he will be a transgendered person and sees himself as more of a woman than a man.
While this might be a bit of a surprise to his family and friends, everyone has been so supportive of his decision and the people closest to him, such as his ex-wives, have known this for years.
In fact, Jenner has even dressed as a woman during times when he has had to travel to hotels anonymously and he’s not shy about telling the world now.
Everyone has been so happy for Bruce and his decision to follow what he feels is right, including his daughters — such as Kim Kardashian. The most famous Kardashian, and stepdaughter of Bruce, has backed the former Olympic athlete since the news came out.
However, Kim’s former husband of 72 days, Kris Humphries, took to Twitter to make an insensitive jab at his past in-law.
Friday night’s two-hour special was featured by the story of Jenner and his decision to become a woman — something he believes he already has been for so long.
Humphries, disliked by many in the Kardashian family it seems, made the tweet early Saturday morning before coming back hours later to say that he was misunderstood and he meant nothing but good things by it.
He deleted the original tweet and claimed support for Bruce. Whether or not he’s being honest with everyone has yet to be seen, but if he thinks the tweet was meant for good, he shouldn’t have deleted it.
Humphries took to Twitter to voice his opinion and just because it wasn’t the popular one, he went back on it. The original tweet was clearly a feisty jab and one that was meant to be malicious. I don’t know how “Glad I got out when I did” could have been taken any other way.
Nice try, Kris, but you aren’t fooling anyone.
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