The 36-year-old posted a revealing photograph of herself to Instagram but had to blur out her nipples after being roasted by a family friend.
As we all know, Kim Kardashian isn't opposed to sheer clothing.
Just last week during NYFW, the mother-of-two paired a leather blazer and black bandeau bra with a sheer pair of tights and black pants and see-through Yeezy platforms.
In Kim's book, leave nothing to the imagination.
However, the Keeping Up With The Kardashian star's latest fashion choice hasn't gone down too well with family friend 'Aunt Shelli', after spotting a picture of the social media mogul wearing a see-through netted top without a bra underneath, exposing her nipples.
As a result, Kim posted the photo to Instagram but censored her nipples, explaining: 'My Aunt Shelli called and yelled at me when she saw this pic. So @shellibird1 I blurred it for you!'
However, the star's decision to blur out her nipples has divided opinion, with some shaming the businesswoman for choosing to expose her body in the first place.
'No reason you should have your nipples out in public,' one person wrote.
'Thank God for those old-school ladies with morals and values. Have some decency and class,' another commented.
'Nip city. You are a mother who needs to set an example for your kids,' added another.
Others took umbrage with the fact the mother felt the need to censor out her body parts at all.
'PSA - it's 2017!!! if showing your nipples is still frowned upon, we as people need to regroup,' one commenter wrote.
'They are nipples - literally EVERYONE has them! Showing nipples hurts NO ONE!!'
The reactions come weeks after she faced backlash following her nude photo shoot for Mert and Marcus art book in which she could be seen climbing a tree with stars covering her breasts.
In the comments section of her Instagram post of the snap, followers deemed her a 'bad role model' and called out her insensitivity for uploading the picture amid the devastation of Hurricane Irma in the US.
Speaking of her love of nudity, Kim told Harper's Bazaar earlier this month: 'I post nude photos because I like how I look and I feel proud when I've lost all this baby weight and I post it because I feel like posting it and I feel powerful.
'But I've never been like the "free the nipple" kind of girl so ... if I post a photo, I post it because I like how I look,' she added.