Kenya Moore Brutally Burns ‘Middle-Aged Fat, White Guy’ Michael Rapaport After He Tries To Shame Her On Live TV

Don’t come for this Housewife.

The explosive Real Housewives of Atlanta season 10 finale left fans amped up for the anticipated drama of next week's reunion. However, while Sunday night's episode ended, the cattiness continued into Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live! with guests Kenya Moore and Michael Rapaport going at each other's necks.

Rapaport initiated the beef when he tried to get the Housewife to admit to being the resident villain of the Atlanta spin-off.

His off-putting and often uncomfortably demanding demeanor towards Moore led to her ripping him to shreds with her words, which many say he fully deserved.

"Look at me! You can make eye contact with me," he yelled at her. "You do know that you are a villain, right? You have to know this, correct?"

Soon after, he further attacked her "ashy feet" while host Andy Cohen covered his face in shock and amusement. Not one to take such unwarranted criticism from anyone, much less from a "middle aged, fat white guy," — her words, not ours — Kenya dragged him for filth.

"I don't need you to tell me what I am or am not," she responded. "I appreciate you being a fan, though. Thank you for watching. Keep the cable on. A new job would help with that."

After he told her she "wished she was him," she quickly clapped back, saying, "A middle-aged white guy. Not really... and out of work."

The audience rightfully erupted in laughter while Rapaport tried to get another jab in, to no avail.

Take a look, below:

  • After the taping, Rapaport took to Twitter to extend their beef, telling Moore "it was a pleasure" before signaling his previous jab about her feet with emojis.

    Her final clapback put the nail in the coffin.

  • Needless to say, Twitter had Kenya's back on this one:

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