Khloé Kardashian
"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star Khloé Kardashian, photographed at Cosmopolitan magazine's 50th birthday celebration at Ysabel in West Hollywood on Oct. 12, 2015, is firing back at critics of her People magazine interview. Getty Images

Khloé Kardashian is speaking out after her interview with People magazine went live Wednesday and she's got some choice words for her haters. The star of E!'s "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" spoke candidly with the publication about her relationship with Lamar Odom, revealing that with everything that's gone on since their 2013 split there is little hope of reconciliation. Now, Kardashian, 30, is taking aim at those speculating that she spoke to the press amid her estranged husband's hospitalization.

Not long after the interview hit the Web the reality star took to Twitter to discuss the terms and conditions agreed upon by her and People before the interview. Kardashian shared with her 16.7 million followers that she was interviewed and photographed for the magazine's cover before Odom's Oct. 12 hospitalization. She added that she was contracted to speak with People to promote her book "Strong Looks Better Naked." Kardashian reminded fans that the book was written several months ago, adding that People's timing coupled with her quotes made it seem like she did the interview more recently. She shamed anyone who believed, even with her previous statement in which she revealed she and her family would be putting all app content on hold, that she would speak to the press during these "tough few weeks." Kardashian claimed the only time she talked to People after her husband's hospitalization was a brief phone interview which she "was contracted to." Odom's estranged wife said she didn't need the "f---ed up energy" of anyone speaking ill about her and thanked those who had shown support.

In her interview, Kardashian discussed the potential of rekindling her romance with Odom now that their divorce is canceled. She told People it was highly unlikely as they had "too many other important things" to worry about. Kardashian revealed that she loves -- and always will love -- her estranged beau, but said a second shot at love was the furthest thing from either of their minds at the moment. She said that she was a firm believer that love is not "fickle," saying that it is very possible to love someone without being with them. She also briefly discussed Odom's recovery, telling the publication he has "a very long road ahead." Despite all of that, Kardashian said she's just glad he's alive.

Khloé Kardashian remained tight-lipped during much of Odom's hospitalization, surfacing here and there to wish him well or update fans about the status of her and her sister's apps. On Oct. 16 she took to her personal website to share with fans that she, along with sisters Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian, would be taking a break from their apps while they focused on Odom's recovery. Four days later, on Oct. 20, she returned to the website to thank hospital staff for treating the former Los Angeles Laker's player's friends and family with dignity and respect and working tirelessly to get him back in good health. She also thanked her fans for their outpouring of love and support.