Prince, one of the most talented musicians of his generations, was an iconic name in the music industry that even Kim Kardashian is a fan of him. But there’s one thing that the music legend doesn’t understand — how the Kardashians became so famous.

Back in 2011, Prince held a concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden, which Kim Kardashian attended. Spotting the reality TV star, he reportedly invited Kim on stage during the concert, but it eventually resulted in him kicking her out of the stage later on.

And it’s probably due to miscommunication. “Kardashian apparently didn’t realize that when Prince invites you on stage to dance, you’re supposed to lose your mind and f**cking dance,” HuffPost wrote. “But instead, Kardashian got up on stage, clapped and sort of shook her head ‘no’ as Prince danced at her.”

Apparently, Prince was not amused by what he perceived to be Kardashian’s lack of enthusiasm. “Get off the stage,” he simply said.

Perhaps because of the incident, Prince was reportedly baffled at how Kardashian managed to rise to popularity. “She is a nice enough girl but she ain’t got no talent,” the singer reportedly commented about Kim Kardashian at one point. “She can’t dance, she can’t sing, she can’t do anything.”

Surprisingly, it was not only Kim Kardashian that Prince was not fond of. It was revealed later that the artist preferred not to work with any Kardashian at all.

This was revealed by actress Zooey Deschanel of the show “New Girl.” Apparently, Prince was a big fan of the sitcom, which ran on Fox from 2011 until 2018.

“He is a big fan of Nick and Jess’s relationship, and he wants to make them stronger as a couple, or something like that, which is awesome,” actor Jake Johnson, who played Nick in the series, revealed. “The fact that Prince even watches our show is unbelievable.”

As a fan, Prince requested to star in one episode of the series, a wish that was readily granted by its producers, as Deschanel narrated on “Late Night With Conan O’brien.” In the episode where he guested, the producers managed to invite a few famous celebrities, which even included Kris Jenner and Khloe Kardashian.

Prince later arrived along with his entourage, and one asked him who the other celebs were. “Who are the celebrities? I hope it’s not a Kardashian,” the member of Prince’s group commented.

According to Deschanel, a production assistant quickly led Kardashian and Jenner off the set so Prince won’t see them. Not only that, but they even burned the scripts to remove any trace of Kardashian’s presence.

Prince Singer Mary J. Blige (L) and recording artist Prince perform onstage during the 2012 iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sept. 22, 2012, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Clear Channel