No, if he didn't want the app then clearly there are legitimate reasons to remove it worth discussing. A baseless claim that "they need to learn to [not block apps]" was met with "these boobie apps are unwanted spam to me". Didn't state any kind of absolutes here, just gave one argument in favour of Apple's decision.
There's other reasons to think Apple's decision is rational here as well. Apple doesn't want people to perceive their devices as being cluttered with crap. By not letting people clutter iPhones with crap in the first place, they avoid risking that aspect of their public perception.