Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian addressed the blackface accusations against her on her KKW beauty ads. Pictured: Kardashian attends Harper's BAZAAR Celebration of 'ICONSon Sept. 8, 2017 in New York City. Getty Images/Angela Weiss

Kim Kardashian has insisted that she did not do blackface in her KKW Beauty ads.

In the latest episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," the celebrity mom addressed the backlash she received for the new ads of her beauty products. Kardashian explained that she did not mean to disrespect anyone and her darker complexion in the ad was not meant to be blackface.

"Oh my gosh. I'm seeing these photos from the campaign, the ones that we took. And people online are saying that I'm doing blackface but I would never in a million years be disrespectful and do that," Kardashian said (via E! News).

"We wanted them really moody, I was really tan. I wanted to show the contour. The photos ended up being a little darker than I was and there was some people online saying that I was doing blackface and the photos were inappropriate," Kardashian continued.

To address the issue, Kardashian called Jen Cohan, chief digital officer at Jenner Communications, and asked her to have the photos fixed. After the call, the E! personality felt better and explained that she understood her fans' reactions.

"I mean I get it. I was super tan, the lighting is really moody so I get why people would say that," Kardashian explained. "I just want to give anyone a reason to say something negative. I would never disrespect anyone."

In related news, Kardashian recently threw a lavish baby shower for her upcoming third child. The event was heavily documented on social media. "Okay guys, this is my baby shower for baby number three. It is a beautiful tea and cherry blossom forest," Kardashian said on Snapchat.

Aside from Kardashian, there are rumors that her sisters Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner are expecting children as well. An insider told People that the "Life of Kylie" star threw her own baby bash, a "pajama"-themed party, a day after Kardashian did. But Jenner kept her baby shower low-key and completely off the social media, which may not surprise fans as the lip kit mogul has not even confirmed her pregnancy.

"Even though this is a very exciting time for her, she wants to be more private for now and is doing her best to stay out of the public eye," a source said about Jenner. "She feels good, but her body is changing. She doesn't want to be photographed."