Kris Humphries was one of the 3.2 million viewers who tuned in Sunday night to watch the premiere of his soon-to-be ex-wife, Kim Kardashian’s reality show “Kourtney & Kim Take New York.”
Not shockingly, Humphries didn’t like what he saw, and was “extremely disappointed with how he was portrayed,”
Hindsight is 20/20 and if all you saw was footage from Sunday’s episode, it’s crystal clear why the marriage lasted only 72 days. But the 26-year-old basketball player is said to have watched “in utter horror” (much like the rest of us), because according to a source, “It was just not a true depiction about what was actually going on between Kim and Kris.”
If Humphries wasn’t edited to look like “the villian” as reports have speculated, then he was definitely portrayed as wildly immature.
Between insinuating Kim had gained weight from eating too much wedding cake, to passing gas in her face, and throwing a tantrum when he came home to find a naked male yoga instructor leading a class in his massive hotel suit, Humphries did not come across well to say the least.
“Kris jokingly said that Kim ate too much wedding cake, by what viewers didn’t see was Kim nagging Kris about working,” the source told RadarOnline. “It was actually Kim’s idea that Kris go back to Minnesota to train and give them some distance. Kris wasn’t getting any sleep with Mason’s playroom literally set up outside their bedroom door.”
Even before the wedding producers had constructed Humphries’ character into somewhat of an overgrown oaf, who was careless with both his wife’s feelings and physically due to her diminutive stature.
On Sunday’s episode, audiences again heard complaints from Kim that Kris was too rough with her. Recalling the last season of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” Kim ran off crying after Kris threw her in the ocean, causing her to temporarily lose a $75,000 earring, while on a family vacation in Bora Bora.
“Kris wasn’t surprised that he was made to look bad, He will just be relieved when the show is over, and his divorce is final,” said the insider, adding he is focusing on signing an NBA contract and getting back to work.