Kim Kardashian has blasted Katie Couric after the veteran journalist insisted she doesn't understand why Kim and her family are famous.
The reality TV star was furious when the veteran US journalist insisted she doesn't understand why Kim and her family are famous because Katie recently sent Kim and her boyfriend Kanye West a gift following the birth of their daughter, North.
Posting a picture of the gift on Instagram, along with a note from Katie congratulating them on their new arrival, Kim wrote: #IhateFakeMediaFriends
Kim, 32, was reacting to Katie's comments to In Touch magazine, when she said: ''I don't understand - why are they so famous? I think it's mostly teenage girls that are interested.''
Kim and Kanye, 36, have kept their baby under wraps since their birth amid reports the rapper is trying to convince his good friend Anna Wintour to put his girlfriend and the tot on the cover of US Vogue, even though the editor-in-chief doesn't like the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star.
A source close to Kanye said: ''It's no secret that Kanye is a huge fan of fashion, Vogue and especially Anna Wintour.
''But it's also pretty well-known that Anna is no fan of Kim or any reality star appearing in the pages of the magazine. Kanye is determined to make sure baby North isn't photographed by paparazzi then splashed across the world. He knows what he wants -- a professional photographer and the cover of Vogue - nothing else. But clearly, trying to persuade Anna is going to be an uphill battle.''
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