Kris Humphries got into his first fight as a Brooklyn Nets player when Rajon Rondo gave him a solid forearm straight to the chest.
Welcome to Brooklyn, Kris.
While Kim Kardashian's soon-to-be ex-husband is holding his own on the ball court, the verdict is still out on whether he's representing Brooklyn the right way. Seriously, since the team announced their move to the Planet of Brooklyn, Kris has been called out on a song by Kanye West. Then he tweeted that he considered himself lucky Jay-Z didn't drop him from the team. He got caught creeping out of his jump-off's house by TMZ. And a girl said he gave her herpes. Yikes.
So being that Kris and his team left the rugged streets of Newark, New Jersey for the comfy confines of the Barclays Center, we thought it would only be right if a Jersey boy like myself gave him some advice on how to represent Brooklyn.
Sure, I'm not from Brooklyn, never lived there a day in my life, but I grew up on Jay-Z albums and Spike Lee movies, so I know more than enough to be a connoisseur.
Here are a Jersey kid's 10 commandments for Kris Humphries on how to rep Brooklyn the right way.
Never leave the house - Brooklynites are always in the house. No matter where you go in the world, if someone asks if Brooklyn is in the house, the proper response is and always will be, 'Without a doubt!' Also, if you leave the house, make sure no one knows where you're at.
You must watch Crooklyn, Do The Right Thing, Clockers and every other movie set in Brooklyn at least five times.
As a Brooklynite, Kris must be able to name all members of the Boot Camp Clik and as an added bonus, know at least 5 of Sean Price's nicknames.
All Brooklynites must eat at Sal's Pizza at least 2 times a week.
Once in Brooklyn, you must engage in one long ass argument debate about who is the best emcee: Biggie, Jay-Z or Nas.
The ratchetness of the Caribbean Day Parade can't scare you or make you flinch. If you need a reference, just copy what the little girl does in the video above.
You're not from real Brooklyn if you don't live within a 2 block radius of a Crown Fried Chicken and Pizza.
Ain't nothing sweet in Brooklyn, unless you're talking about Junior's Cheesecake. Only thing is that it's now mandatory that you walk there. No cabs, trains, buses or other vehicles can be taken. You MUST walk.
Lastly, in the words of the Boss Jay-Z, Brooklyn is where they cross over and crash boards, so if Kris is going to rep Brooklyn, he better ball so hard mofo's wanna fine him. And after last night's ejection, he seems to be on his way.