Don’t ask about Billy Ray Cyrus’ achy, breaky heart.
“Ahh, man. You know what bud?” Cyrus replied, as the country radio host tried to apologize.
“Woody Johnson. Woody Johnson,” Cyrus said. “God bless America, God bless our troops. Woody Johnson, look at you.”
“Don’t be mad at me,” Johnson countered.
“Oh, I ain’t mad at you,” Cyrus replied before storming out, a la French President Nicolas Sarkozy. “Have a good day brother.”
The musician is later heard saying “it’s very rude” and “[you] should be disgusted” as he exits the studio.
Johnson wrote on his blog after the interview that he was “taken aback” by Cyrus’ reaction to his divorce question, E! News reported.
“I mean, it's not like it wasn't public knowledge, for crying out loud,” Johnson wrote. “If he shuts me down, fine. I respectfully moved on, but he did not.”
News of Cyrus' radio walkout follows his solo appearance this week at the Country Music Awards in Nashville, where the dad of three avoided the press.