Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Do you kiss Xenu with that mouth, Connor Cruise? Another celebrity sore loser aired his grievances about the New England Patriots' loss last Sunday, and it seems to have caused one of his reps to quit. Todd Krim, who used to represent Tom Cruise's son - a budding DJ - tweeted after the game, "Sorry @TheConnorCruise maybe next year!!!" It was just a joke, but Connor wasn't laughing. In fact, he fired off an angry email that read, "That was a gay a** [bleeping] tweet . . . U don't say [bleep] like that about my team the second they lose. Low." Krim, obviously taken aback by the 17-year-old's tirade, replied, "Umm ok . . . Dude I was [bleeping] joking." Cruise obviously wasn't, because he wrote back, "That was [bleeped]" and "Idgaf" (I don't give a [bleep])." Krim took a screen grab of the exchange and emailed it to his colleagues, explaining that he would no longer offer his services to Cruise: "I am no longer working with Connor Cruise. In fact, I am no longer speaking with [him] . . . I refuse to be professionally (or even personally) associated with someone that engages in this sort of behavior . . . I just thought you should know who and what you're dealing with." He told Page Six, "I did a lot for [Connor], and he was less than respectful and appreciative . . . I made a joke, and let's just say his reaction was not what I expected. It's disappointing when you think someone is one way and they turn out to be another." As for Cruise, a petulant tantrum about a football team on the Internet isn't in his character. He issued the following statement to Page Six: "What I texted was unacceptable. It is not a reflection of who I am and what I feel, and it certainly won't happen again." We're just waiting on a similar statement from Gisele Bundchen, who publicly cursed out her husband's teammates, saying as she walked off the field, "My husband cannot f--king throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time. I can't believe they dropped the ball so many times."