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A long, long time ago, in a galaxy that was actually Los Angeles, Kim Kardashian was married to an NBA player named Kris Humphries. K-Hump, as we’d eventually call him, was a slightly-above-average role player for the New Jersey/Brooklyn Nets, but he was lucky enough to catch Kim Kardashian in a down swing during her quest to date some of the most uninspiring professional athletes in recent memory. Eventually, K-Hump would hire Kris Jenner to be his manager and he’d be the man who finally earned Kardashian’s hand in marriage. You know, for the second time.
Despite the fact that K-Hump’s contract didn’t pay him enough, Kardashian was soon spotted wearing a humongous engagement ring, but word would eventually leak that E! allegedly not only paid for the ring, but the Keeping Up with the Kardashians network was footing the bill for the entire star-studded celebrity wedding that would eventually net the Kardashians $17 million in endorsements. And that doesn’t even i...
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I am not exactly sure why people are going crazy like we didn’t know she had a booty and is attractive.
Maybe it was because she had the baby and was a little plump for a minute which was to be expected, but it isn’t like we haven’t seen here naked before (if you haven’t check these out).
But, for my bros.
While Kris Humphries and the Celtics were busy playing the Nets at his old stomping grounds in Brooklyn on Tuesday, an auction house was selling off the last vestige of Humphries’ brief marriage to reality TV star Kim Kardashian.
The ring Humphries presented to Kardashain when he proposed in May 2011 was auctioned for $749,000 by Christie’s, a premier auctioneer house in New...
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Boston Celtics big man Kris Humphries is happy to be free of the veil empire that is the Kardashians. Humphries finally got rid of the last piece of Kim he was still holding on to, the insane engagement ring. Hump auctioned off the 16-carat Lorraine Schwartz stunner – estimated worth, $2 million – for $749,000 with Christie’s auction house.
I hope the $$ helps to ease some...
Kris Humphries just got $700K for the engagement ring he gave to Kim Kardashian two years ago. Wednesday night on Instagram, Kim posted a selfie of her post-baby cakes.
Get em’ Kim. I wonder if Kris missed her really quick when he sees this. “No filter.”
photo via @KimKardashian
If I was THE HUMP, I would keep the cash, but it looks like he will be donating the money to charity.
“The ring is indeed Kris’ property that he received through his marriage dissolution,” the rep said in a statement. “He has long-since moved on.”
“Kris is very much looking forward to a successful auction at Christie’s and of course to returning to the court this upcoming...
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While Kimmy is posting big booty selfies, the Hump is cashing on their failed marriage.
He auctioned off their engagement ring for $749k and all the money is going to charity. Good for The Hump.
According to Arienne Thompson of USA Today, Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian sold their engagement ring for $749,000 at an auction.
Kris Humphries has been voted the most hated NBA player taunted in areanas across America dissed on record by Kanye West and threatened by Kardashian minions and he's still trying to turn his most public loss into a W.
On Wednesday Humphries auctioned off the engagement ring Kim Kardashian wore for only a few months and got $749000 for it.
Granted the ring reportedly cost him...
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