The former NBA star Andrew Bogut recently mocked Kendall Jenner for her alleged breakup with Phoenix Suns player Devin Booker, hours after the NBA Draft on Thursday night had ended. It looks like Bogut isn’t done yet as he doubled down on his trash talks.

Just last Friday, on June 24, Andrew Bogut took to Twitter to throw a jab at Jenner. He wrote, “With the 2022 @NBA draft completion yesterday, one big name has yet to find a home. Which team will snap up @KendallJenner??”

“Solid talent, versatile. ?? marks around team culture + habit of endless self promotion,” Bogut continued. “Doctors will need to do medical as body has been banged up.”

These statements were largely considered as rude on social media, since they were blatant barbs at Jenner’s previous relationships with a few NBA stars. Even though many people on social media slammed Bogut for being straight-up offensive, he persisted in his teasing and did not retract his comments.

“I would like to formally apologize for this tweet,” he wrote as he shared his previous tweet. “My scout take forgot to include the elite level of rebounding. I will do better in the future.”

In fact, Jenner has been criticized multiple times in the past for dating NBA players. In response to comments from fans about her relationships, she said in a “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” episode, “I’m not ashamed that I have a type, and I’m also a genuine basketball fan.”

However, it remains unclear if Kendall Jenner and Devin Booker are actually broken up since the two were spotted together at Soho House in Malibu last Sunday. Take a look at Bogut’s tweets and Stay tuned to Thirsty for more updates!

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Sanchari Ghosh

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