Khloe Kardashian is none too happy with an Australian radio program at the moment.
The reality star appeared on Sunrise this week and was asked a fairly innocent question about North West, as anchor Sam Armytage inquired about the well-being of Khloe’s niece.
North is fabulous she's so beautiful. Penelope's obsessed with her and it's so cute to see that cousin dynamic," Khloe replied, only for the feed to be cut off.
The show then Tweeted that Khloe was upset by the line of questioning and abruptly ended the Q&A on her own.
"We thought it was a technical glitch but turns out @KhloEkardashian's people pulled the plug after @Sam_armytage asked about baby North," wrote the official Sunrise account.
This accusation did NOT sit well with Khloe.
"Why would I cut an interview short because of North?" she asked on Twitter. "Get over your self Sunrise... The call dropped... stop reaching for a story. You are so f--king desperate!"
This wouldn't exactly be the first time an outlet used Khloe's family as a means for attention. Have you seen this amazing Kim Kardashian-Kim Jong Un billboard?
Sunrise Executive Producer, Michael Pell, meanwhile, stands by his show's assertion.
"What happened with Khloé Kardashian on the show is a good lesson for publicists everywhere," he wrote in a statement. "Don't try to censor natural conversation. You would think coming on to promote a range of clothes that includes a baby line, it would be fair enough to ask about the inspiration."
He says Khloe should be angry at her publicists, not the program.
Watch the interview for yourself and try to decipher what happened: