Instead of shrugging his shoulders and moving on after his foolish marriage, Kris Humphries has spent the past few months saying nasty things about his soon-to-be ex-wife Kim Kardashian. From her new relationship with Kanye West to the legitimacy of her reality show, the slightly above-average NBA player has taken aim at just about every portion of her life, but now it seems he made even bigger accusations in private.
According to TMZ, text messages are beginning to surface that he sent to Myla Sinanaj which accuse Kris Jenner of demanding Kim reshoot her sex tape in order to make it prettier. Sources close to the Jenner/ Kardashian family have already categorically denied that happened, and without any evidence, it’s hard to take the charge seriously. Besides, some of the other text messages Humphries sent to Sinanaj allegedly undermine his own credibility.
Humphries has told the world he had a passing fling with Sinanaj, but records of his communications with her allegedly tell a different tale. Humphries has publicly claimed he was blindsided and emotionally devastated by his split from Kardashian, but if these texts weren’t altered, they reportedly indicate he was seeing Sinanaj by mid-January, which would blow holes in his too-sad-to-move-on tale.
For the life of me, I don’t understand why Humphries won’t just move on. He has a good job and plenty of money. He can carve out his own slice of happiness somewhere else, regardless of whether he’s successful in getting his marriage annulled. Everyone knows this relationship happened, and no one is every going to forget. Pretending it didn’t happen is almost as idiotic as wasting your life bitching about it.
Kim's lawyers have already subpoenaed Sinanaj to give evidence at the upcoming divorce proceedings; so, we should be hearing a whole lot more from her in the near future. Get our your popcorn.
Writer’s Note: Never in my life did I think someone would come along that would inspire me to write long-winded defenses of Kim Kardashian, but Kris Humphries has proven to be that person.