Here is something you really don't see very often:
A celebrity has taken to Instagram in order to shoot down a rumor that her relationship is happy and healthy.
Indeed, Kendra Wilkinson is insisting that her marriage to Hank Baskett really is in trouble, despite what you may occasionally read on the Internet.
The former Playboy centerfold and the ex-NFL wide receiver have been through a lot over the years, as documented on the awful reality show Kendra on Top.
Most notably, the couple has been forced to deal with the fact that Baskett received a hand job from transgender model Ava London in 2014.
Baskett himself has admitted as much, confessing that he put his family in a "bad situation" via this scandalous fondling.
Hank and Kendra proceeded to milk this controversy for every ratings ounce they possibly could, using it as the basis for one season after another of their aforementioned reality series.
In June of 2016, however, they celebrated seven years of marriage and said they were happier than ever together.
But now Kendra is actually the person claiming this isn't the case.
The mother of two shared a tabloid story on social media last night that accused her of "faking marriage problems" for TV.
As you can see below, this article alleges that Hank and Kendra are trying to convince WEtv to pick up Kendra on Top for Season 7 by conjuring up marital issues that do not exist.
This is why Kendra recently (and randomly) wrote that 2018 has already been the hardest year of her life, according to the magazine.
Somehow more angry that she'd be accused of being a liar than of having a healthy romance, Wilkinson jumped ALL OVER this allegation.
"how do u fake marital problems? makes absolutely no sense," she wrote on Instagram to open a lengthy rebuttal to this charge.
(Must we even mention how ridiculous this question is? An unofficial survey has found that 99.9999% of all drama on reality television is manufactured, scripted and phony.)
"Yes, we are having issues," Kendra added... and she was far from done.
"My job has been reality tv for 13 years," she said as her third bullet point and continuing:
"My show was a comedy and light hearted til sad times happened then we had to change my show from comedy to drama. Not what i wanted but was a part of my journey and story."
Kendra, of course, rose to fame as one of Hugh Henfer's girlfriends on E's The Girls Next Door.
She has since settled down with Baskett, but really wants everyone to know that it hasn't been easy.
"These issues Hank n I are having in our home which we are tryin to hard to over come, everyone knows about, including producers and network, friends and family," she writes.
Her sixth point in this list?
My job is reality TV and I love my job unfortunately these issues at home are affecting my decisions cuz the last thing i want to do is hurt Hank.
Yes, the very last thing, people.
This is why she's telling the world how many problems she has at home with him.
(Another point: her job is to film a reality TV show about her life, therefore she clearly needs there to be drama in her life, or there's no job. Self-owned much, Kendra?!?)
"I hope to get back to the fun Kendra you all know. That’s all i want n aim for. I hate drama!!!" Wilkinson wrote, as assume with a straight face somehow, toward the end of her post.
She then concluded:
Thank you all for your support and understanding me at this time. I’ve been in a lot of therapy lately n hope all gets resolved for me, Hank,kids and even for TV. Lol.
Hank and Kendra wed in 2009 and have welcomed two children together, son Hank IV, 8, and daughter Alijah, 3.
For their sake, we'd say we hope their parents work things out.
But for the sake of ratings, their mother would apparently say the opposite.