From The Other Paper:
He may be 10th in the league in double-doubles, but the only number that only seems to follow Kris Humphries around is 72— the number of days his marriage to Kim Kardashian lasted.
Now, while going through a nasty divorce, DJs in every nightclub where Humphries shows up taunt the New Jersey Nets forward by playing Kanye West's song "Way Too Cold" which describes the rapper's love for Kim K and declares, "Lucky I ain't have Jay[-Z] drop [Humphries] from the team."
According to the New York Post:
Humphries was spotted with friends at a booth next to Carmelo Anthony on Wednesday— after the Knicks beat the Nets— at a Manhattan club when some DJ named "Theory" played West's track. Humphries ignored it and stayed late anyway.
West released the song a couple of weeks ago under the name "Theraflu" after he started dating Humphries' ex-wife. The line refers to rapper and Nets minority owner Jay-Z if you didn't know.
The hardworking and underrated Humphries puts up with a lot of hostile crowds -- who boo him at every game and even on his own home court— but, after spending what must have seemed like an interminable amount of days as Mr. K with the mind-numbing Kardashian clan, the jeers probably sound a lot better than their air-headed chatter or Kanye's song.
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