Kris Humphries Says Kim Kardashian Is All About The Money

Kris Humphries Says Kim Kardashian Is All About The Money

Kris Humphries come out and implied that while he is a genuine person his estranged wife Kim Kardashian is all about the money.  Kris hit out at people who he says “do things just for money” and it was clear that he meant Kim Kardashian.

Kris was right out there blabbing away to Life&Style and that has to make Kim nervous.  Let’s be frank here – Kris married Kim, the biggest and most successful famewhore in Hollywood, knowing full well who and what she was.  This means that Kris himself is a very tall famewhore, but a famewhore nonetheless!

The two got married and made a killing off the rest of us simpletons who bought into the circus.  Ratings on their reality show ‘Kourtney & Kim Take New York’ flew up and now Kris is also a top rated celeb making a fortune off his celebrity – Kim already was a huge success before Kris.  Nobody knew about Kris or cared about his lame ass before Kim picked him to be her husband.

Kris is now trying to come off as the poor injured party – and trying to paint Kim as the evil queen.  We know Kim IS an evil queen but we also know that Kris is a big fake.  Shut up Kris and stop pretending.

Life & Style Has The InterviewKris Humphries is in the midst of a heated divorce with Kim Kardashian, but the busy NBA player set aside time to speak with Life & Style during his Sector watch photo shoot in New York City. Kris was candid about the tough year he’s faced and says he’s eager for people to get to know the real him.

“I am a genuine person who says it like it is,” he told Life & Style at the March 20 shoot, adding about being the face of the brand, “I only like to be involved with things I truly believe in. It’s the kind of person I am. A lot of people do things just for money, but that’s not for me.”

These days, the 6-foot-9 athlete has one of the most famous faces in the world, but he tells Life & Style he’s not concerned about the negativity.

“I’m used to it,” he confided. “I’m comfortable being in my own skin and being out there.”

As for the future? He’s taking it one step at a time.

“I’m really just going with the flow right now, trying to have fun in life,” he says. “I just want people to see the lighter side to me. Life is too serious sometimes — people take things too seriously. I think everyone should be able to make fun of themselves and just have fun.”

If there’s one person who stands behind Kris’ character, it’s Sector’s Chris Delgado.

“Kris is always very thoughtful about everything he does,” Delgado tells Life & Style. “It was a no-brainer that he be the face of Sector. He really embodies the ethos of the brand. He’s someone who pushes himself.”

As Life & Style reports in this week’s issue — on newsstands now — Kris’ lawyers have spoken out for the first time to address their clients’ divorce drama with Kim, stating that “[He has been subject to] defamatory and ridiculous allegations and personal attacks.”

Kim filed for divorce from Kris on Oct. 31, just 72 days after the couple wed.

Do you think that Kris is less money-hungry than Kim.  Or like me, do you think Kris is just the same type of famewhore as his soon-to-be ex-wife?  Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3JG7X5WHOFOAJT2CXH7K4SIQVM Cheryl

    Kris really loved Kim and wanted to make the marriage work. Of course he knew who she was but he had high hopes for their future together. Kim needed to try a little tenderness. Have a more loving, caring, wifely attitude. She comes off as hard and masculine instead of letting him be the man. Having a baby would have brought them closer together.
    Kim is the famewhore, money-hungry one, not him. He seems more comfortable dressing in jeans and T-shirts and living as a regular guy, not flamboyant or overbearing.

  • Minnesota chick

    I also think Kris was trying to make his marriage work and was overly optimistic that he could influence Kim. I think he may have been a little young emotionally, I believe he was 26 and she was 30 at the time, but I think he is definitely a more down-to-earth and honest/”real” person. I thought he took some immature shots at her, but I felt he was trying more than she was. She just wanted to plug some cute guy into her predetermined position for a fairytale husband. I got so sick of her talking about “her” fairytale and “Kim’s” wedding, as if her groom was largely (no pun intended) irrelevant. Lastly, I am from Minnesota, so I can give some insight there. He’s not from the country, he’s from Minnetonka, where there are a lot of rich people and some middle class mixed in. It’s a boating community on the largest lake in the Twin Cities and tends to have a lot of culture. However, Minnesota in general tends to be more down-to-earth. I used to be a fashion designer in NYC, and got tired hearing in design meetings that “Midwesterners have no style.” I had to really impress upon them that rather, Midwesterners put more money into their homes and more time into their children, even dropping their careers periodically ’til the kids are in school, and put spending on fashion at a lower priority. I heard what Kris said about trying to make it work, and I believed him, and I think he’s shocked now that it dawns on him the extent that he was used. Again, I don’t think he made great choices, but Kim flat out refused to compromise on anything!