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Kris Humphries Works McDonald's Drive-Thru Window to Spread Kindness Spirit

February 2, 2013 (1:34 am) GMT
The estranged husband of Kim Kardashian serves the fast food to customers in Brooklyn as a part of 'Random Acts of Kindness' program.

tried out a job which is far cry from his current profession by working the drive-thru window at McDonald's. The Brooklyn Nets player, along with teammate Andray Blatche and the team's mascot BrooklyKnight served, burgers, fries, and chicken nuggets to customers in the Prospect Lefferts Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn on Thursday, January 31.

Kris' stint at the fast-food restaurant was to support a "Random Acts of Kindness" program. The nonprofit organization, which was established in 1995, aims to "help everyone create a better world by spreading awareness and increasing engagement in kind actions."

The McDonald's stunt aside, Kris is still entangled in a divorce drama with his soon-to-be ex-wife . He seeks an annulment with a claim that the marriage is a fraud, while the reality TV star wants a divorce.

Kim's sister recently called the basketball player "fame-hungry" for dragging out the divorce proceedings. "He's, in my opinion, delusional. He's delusional, I don't know why he's asking for anything," the wife of said.

"He got married, just like she got married. I mean, I think he's just fame-hungry, in my opinion, and wants money. I don't know. Everything he's doing is so gross to me."


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