Khloe Kardashian Bashes Aussie Morning Show Who Claim She Ended Interview Over...

Khloe Kardashian Bashes Aussie Morning Show Who Claim She Ended Interview Over North West Questions


khloe kardashian feudKhloe Kardashian has slammed producers of Australia’s morning show Sunrise who are claiming that she intentionally ended the interview after the hosts asked about North West.

Khloe was promoting the family’s new clothing line, Kardashian Kids, so the questions really weren’t rude nor unusual to ask.

One host asked how Khloe’s nieces are bonding and whether they would be dressed up in the new collection, and shortly after answering the question, the satellite cuts off.

A producer for the show wrote on Twitter: “We thought it was a technical glitch but turns out @KhloeKardashian’s people pulled the plug after @Sam_armytage asked about baby North.”

“What happened with @KhloeKardashian on the show is a good lesson for publicists everywhere. Don’t try to censor natural conversation.”

They further added that Khloe Kardashian’s rep has apologized for the short interview, but refused to give any reason as to what they were apologizing for, hinting that the brief chat was intentionally cut off.

The 29-year old seemed annoyed by the tweets from the show as she addressed them on her own Twitter page, slamming the station for lying to people that she would cut off an interview because questions about her niece were asked.

“Why would I cut an interview short because of North? Get over your self Sunrise… The call dropped… stop reaching for a story. You are so f**king desperate!”

Not sure if Khloe’s approach was the most appropriate seeing that she’s the one who’s promoting her clothing collection on their show, but things like these do happen.

I’m with Khloe on this one, merely because she had already answered the question before the signal was cut which leads me to believe that there were some technical difficulties. Not to mention the L.A earthquake — could that have had anything to do with it?



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