Former Australian basketball player Andrew Bogut has been criticized for his recent tweets about Kendall Jenner†
The 37-year-old first tweeted about the American model on June 24, writing: “With the completion of the @NBA draft for 2022 yesterday, one big name has yet to find a home. Which team will @KendallJenner conquer?”
“Solid talent, versatile. Team culture traits + habit of endless self-promotion. Doctors will need medical attention because the body is beat up,” he added.
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The tweet came after Jenner, 26, reportedly split from her NBA star boyfriend Devin Booker, 25.
Bogut – who announced his retirement from basketball in 2020 – tweeted again about Jenner on June 29, appearing to “apologise” for his tweet to dig one more time.
“I want to formally apologize for this tweet,” he began, before adding, “My scouts forgot to take up the elite level of rebounding. I’ll do better in the future.”
Twitter didn’t have a string of tweets from Bogut and quickly called him out for his “terrible” and “disgusting” comments.
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“This is disgusting come on,” one Twitter user tweeted, while another said, “What a rude comment.”
Meanwhile, another commented, “This is a terrible way to talk about a woman.”
Someone once wondered, “@KendallJenner must have turned you down or you just want some attention.”
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“This is a bit misogynistic to tweet about Kendall Jenner. I don’t care if you have a blue spot or don’t like her,” added another Twitter user.
9Honey Celebrity reached out to Andrew Bogut for comment, but had not heard back at the time of publication.
Jenner and Devin Booker dated for two years before breaking up.
However, it appears that a reconciliation is on the horizon after the exes were spotted at Malibu’s Soho House days after their alleged breakup.
Jenner has dated several basketball players in the past — including Jordan Clarkson, Blake Griffin, and Aussie NBA star Ben Simmons — but she won’t be ashamed to have a “type.”
“No, I don’t actually just date basketball players, if anyone has ever researched,” she said on her family’s reality TV show last year. Keeping up with the Kardashians†
“I’m not ashamed to be a type, and I’m also a real basketball fan. So that just kind of happened.”
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