Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 4/26/15

Kris Humphries apologized for a tweet about Bruce Jenner. Kevin Winter/NBCUniversal/Getty Images

By Steve DelVecchio

A polarizing interview that ABC’s Diane Sawyer conducted with Bruce Jenner aired on Friday night, with the former Olympic star describing himself as a woman. Kris Humphries, who was Jenner’s stepson-in-law for a very brief period, sent a tweet during the interview that sure made it seem like he doesn’t approve.

If you had forgotten that Humphries was once a part of the Kardashian/Jenner clan, that’s probably because the two-month marriage between the Washington Wizards forward and Kim K. was a sham

Naturally, Humphries was blasted for being insensitive after sending his tweet. He claimed he was misunderstood and spoke out in support of Jenner.

Humphries’ initial tweet was definitely about Jenner, no matter what he says. His marriage to Kim and ensuing divorce was an embarrassment that ended with Humphries chasing money. It’s no surprise he’s glad he “got out” when he did.

You can see a portion of the Jenner interview here.

This article first appeared on Larry Brown Sports and was syndicated with permission.

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