Take That, Take That, Take That: Kris Humphries’ Family Never Liked Them Kardashian Muhfuggas Anyway…

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Did the Kimmy and the Klan give the Humps the cold shoulder???

Kris Humphries’ family had reservations about his relationship with Kim Kardashian from the beginning, and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned they expressed their concern to him long before the two tied the knot.

But before Kris could get his head out of the clouds he married Kim, who slapped him with divorce papers just 72 days after their wedding.

“We expressed concern to him about his relationship with Kim,” a close family member exclusively told RadarOnline.com.

“We were quite surprised that it was as serious as it was with them. But he was just taken away by her, and you can’t tell someone in love to open their eyes a little wider. He just saw what he wanted to see.”

The family member maintains that Kris was genuinely in love with Kim and saw a long future with her — but before the honeymoon period was even over, there were already signs of trouble in the fairytale marriage.

“It was really hard on Kris that Kim and her family weren’t very accepting to his side of the family, or very welcoming to them,” the family insider revealed.

And although much of the wedding and divorce drama between the two has been hailed as one big publicity stunt perpetuated by the Kardashians, Kris’ family member says he wasn’t in on any of it.

“Kris was very much blind-sided when Kim filed for divorce,” they said.

SMH. “Ya big dummy!”-Redd Foxx

via RadarOnline

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