Thank you Universe for creating Kris Humphries. The scorned former lover of Kim Kardashian is pulling the covers on the whole Kardashian machine, and not like anyone believed that the Kardashian reality shows were totally genuine, but Kris continues to throw them under the bus.
Let's recall the "lost earring" incident from the "Trip to Bora Bora" episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Kris A source close to the Kardashians tells RadarOnline.com how most elements of that episode were totally fabricated, "Kris was with Kim and her family in Bora Bora, and he playfully threw her in the sea. Kim emerged from the water, freaking out, with cameras rolling, shrieking that she had lost one of her diamond earrings, which are worth $75,000."
Then, strategically, right after the commercial break the earring is "found."
"Kim was crying hysterically, but then miraculously, one of her younger sisters found the earring in the ocean, where the group had been swimming. It was probably 6-8 feet deep, and Kris commented to Kim how unbelievable it was that the valuable earring was found as the current in the ocean in Bora Bora is very, very strong. Kim just said, 'I know,' with a very big smile on her face."
Do you even want to know what is the saddest thing about this...if they truly "made up" the "lost earring" storyline, that is the lamest thing ever. If you're gonna "script" an unscripted show, at least write something good.
How about Kim Kardashian goes missing in the ocean and then little sis Kylie Jenner finds her lying on the shore and is like "Look what the current brought in!?" I mean, that's really weird, but also SO MUCH DRAMA.
After what Kris Humphries went through with Kim K, he has little respect for any of the family, except Khloe, because she tells it like it is, or is "the funny one" according to Khloe Kardashian.
"Kris says that Kim's reality shows are a total sham. He doesn't think there is anything real about the shows at all. Kris thinks that Khloe is truly the only authentic one among the Kardashian sister," adds the source.