NZ radio station fires up Kardashian clan
A NEW Zealand radio station has found itself at the centre of a Kardashian family row.
A clip from the family's reality TV show, Keeping up with the Kardashians on E! channel, shows Khloe Kardashian and her manager-mum Kris Jenner facing off over questions from "this New Zealand radio thing".
While the 30-year-old begins by asking her mother about the personal nature of the questions submitted, things quickly escalate and the pair engage in a screaming match.
After establishing her mother failed to read the questions submitted for the New Zealand radio interview, several of which probe into recently-separated Khloe's love-life, the star launches an expletive-laden attack on 58-year-old Kris.
"That's f***ed up because they're printed out by my bed," Khloe is filmed saying.
"The first question is: what do you think you know about love, and if you were to be married again would you just elope.
"Mum, it's your job as my manager. I tell you this all the time and you never change, so I'm not doing your interview tomorrow.
"One day mum, I'm going to get someone new to run my s**t," Khloe says before walking out.
Moments later the pair begin arguing again, and Kris tries to defend herself. "I didn't see the questions so shoot me."
Khloe filed for divorce from her basketballer husband Lamar Odom in December.
The couple, who married in 2009 and starred in their own television show Khloe & Lamar, split amid allegations Odom had been unfaithful.
Since then, Khloe has moved on and is dating rapper French Montana.
Scott Disick, who is married to Khloe's eldest sister Kourtney, and her young siblings Kendall and Kylie Jenner were all on hand to see the row.
Kim, the family's most famous member, also witnessed the argument. The 33-year-old, who married music artist Kanye West in May, has already begun prepping the pair's 13-month-old daughter, North West, for life in the spotlight.
Affectionately known as Nori, the adorable toddler this week made her modelling debut in the CR Fashion Book, a style guide from former Vogue Paris editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld.
Dressed in Chanel, Nori's black and white photograph is featured in the book with words from designer Karl Largerfeld.
"It's never too early to care about fashion," it states.
Her look for the shoot was completed with a black Chanel purse and diamond earrings.
The photogenic youngster also graced the pages of Vogue with her parents in March.