Michael Jackson’s brother Randy is reportedly upset that Oprah Winfrey was in his parent’s home recently for an interview, and is calling the sit-down a mistake.

According to the Associated Press, Jackson used Twitter to voice his concerns about the interview, the occurrence of which has yet to be confirmed by Winfrey. He says she was the last person his brother would have wanted to be affiliated with and have around his kids.

“I know how Oprah feels about my brother and family,” Jackson tweeted. He added that during Michael’s child molestation trial in 2005, Winfrey featured a show on pedophilia, which Randy Jackson said was not a coincidence.

Oprah interviewed Michael Jackson in 1993 and it what was, at the time, one of the most watched interviews in television history, seen by an estimated 90 million viewers.

Following Jackson’s death in 2009, Oprah reflected on their discussion during one of her shows.

“He’s very likable…and I can tell you I really, really liked him,” she said, according to Oprah.com. “After this interview, I thought I could be his friend, because I felt that he was really honest.”

The interview was the first in which Michael discussed his skin condition, vitiligo.

According to allvoices.com, a collection of the pop star’s videos is set to be released in November and will be called, “Michael Jackson’s Vision.” The DVD box set will include a never-before-seen clip of his 2003 single, “One More Chance,” written by R. Kelly and will also feature over four hours of footage and 40 music videos.