Jennette McCurdy Ex-Boyfriend: Jennette Disses Ex, Says He's 'So Ugly'

Jennette McCurdy dissed her ex-boyfriend on Twitter, saying that he was "so ugly" that it makes her cry! According to WebProNews, McCurdy was apparently referring to her NBA star ex, Andre Drummond. The two dated for a short amount of time last fall, but apparently McCurdy finds him unattractive -- assuming that is really who she was tweeting about. Interestingly enough, she must have once found Drummond hot -- because she dated him, right?

Jennette McCurdy's ex-boyfriend didn't make any mention of her comment on Twitter following the tweet. It is possible that Drummond didn't think that McCurdy's tweet was about him... and maybe it wasn't. McCurdy has also dated Max Ehrich, but that was back in 2011 -- would she really tweet about him three years later? It's also possible that McCurdy was just making some abstract comment to be funny and that she was not actually referring to any one in particular.

According to UPI, McCurdy and Drummond only dated for one week. In March of 2014, McCurdy accused Drummond of leaking racy photos of her. His reply?

"I want nothing to do with her or the situation. I'm just worried about ball."
If you take that into consideration, you might think that McCurdy was calling her ex an "ugly person," dissing his character, not necessarily his looks. Do you think that's a possibility? Did you think McCurdy was referring directly to Drummond?

Jennette McCurdy and her ex-boyfriend are no longer in contact. She says that the two -- who met online -- didn't have any chemistry, which was likely the reason that the two split. Of their first kiss, McCurdy said:

"It wasn't great. It didn't go great. No sparks and the mouth … the shapes weren't right."
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, McCurdy posted another strange tweet that many thought was about Ariana Grande. The tweet read:
"We aren't better friends because being friends with you takes the 'better' out of me. In fact, I might possibly be the worst version of myself when I'm around you. As for what happened to our friendship, it faded once through happenstance and it is happening this time through my stance. I'm standing up for myself. I'm not playing your games, letting you manipulate me, and succumbing to your twisted perception of reality."
What do you make of Jennette McCurdy's tweets? Do you think she's being shady by writing such things and not reaching out to people directly (and privately)?

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