Kris Humphries Apologizes for Vague Tweet and Completely Supports Bruce Jenner
You really need to watch what you say these days, especially when it comes to what you post on Twitter. Unfortunately Kris Humphries, aka Kim Kardashian's ex-husband, didn't really think about that when he tweeted a message that looked like it was directed toward the Kardashian-Jenner family.
Humphries, who is a basketball player for the Washington Wizards, posted a message on Twitter saying, "Man, I'm glad I got out when I did. #Gottadoyou," soon after the interview Bruce Jenner did with Diane Sawyer on ABC 20/20 on Friday evening (April 24).
Once the tweet hit the internet, he was quickly criticized for his comment. And soon his tweet went viral and seen as a personal attack on Jenner and his family.
Humphries and Kim had a short-lived romance that turned into a 72-day marriage in 2011. The couple finalized their divorce in 2013 after a bitter court battle. During the court proceedings, the NBA player filed for annulment because he claimed that Kim was committing fraud when they tied the knot. After some time, they settled.
On Saturday morning (April 25), Humphries clarified his past comment and apologized for the miscommunication. Not only did he say he call his previous tweet "too vague," but he also said that he has and "always will support Bruce." You can see his explanation below.
What do you think of Kris Humphries' tweets? Was this a low blow toward Bruce Jenner and the Kardashian family? Or was this just a case of bad tweeting?