A good friend, "Junior," who I've known since high school, came back to town for a long visit and has been visiting our home regularly. On a couple of occasions, he brought with him another friend we knew from high school, "Ken," who I have not kept in contact with. We didn't mind the extra company and actually enjoyed Ken's presence.
Recently, Junior told me that he and Ken had a falling out after visiting our home one night. Apparently, Junior had gotten upset at Ken for making some off-color jokes and statements in my presence (because I'm a delicate female, I guess?) and Ken thought Junior was overreacting. They also had it out over other issues unrelated to me, so there was more to it than Ken's potty mouth. Junior and Ken are no longer speaking to each other.
I feel badly that my name was even mentioned during their argument, and like I had something to do with it. The thing is, I wasn't even offended by anything Ken said that night. Yes, he made some raunchy jokes, but I'm not sensitive to that kind of thing and just groaned and laughed them off at the time.
I don't want Ken thinking that he upset me or did anything wrong as a guest in my home. Ken and I are not what I would consider "friends" and probably never really will be, but I liked him well enough and don't want there to be any awkwardness should we ever run into each other again.
I do happen to have Ken's phone number. Should I contact him to let him know that he didn't offend me? Just a quick, "By the way, I heard about Junior getting upset with you and wanted to let you know that we enjoyed having you over and would welcome having you as a guest again."? Would I be making my friend Junior look foolish by doing this? I don't want it to look like I'm saying, "Yeah, I don't know what Junior's problem is" because I suppose Junior did have a valid point in trying to keep his friend in check since Ken was his "date," for lack of a better word.
On the other hand, maybe I should do nothing about it, since, really, I didn't do anything wrong and maybe their disagreement is none of my business.