Getting fired has recently lit a flame under Kim Zolciak-Biermann's tongue as she took to Instagram to address her nemesis NeNe Leakes about their feud, which reached new heights on the second part of the season 10 reunion.
In it, the former Real Housewives of Atlanta OG shared some ironic statements about relevancy and perpetuating hate that are sure to make some fans of the show shake their heads in pity.
After the beginning of their explosive blowout during the end of Sunday night's episode, Zolciak-Biermann took to Instagram to get a few things off her chest, and her attempt at "moving on" seemed a bit more hostile than necessary.
"I am so sorry for what has happened," she wrote to Leakes. "We both know the truth, we both know that if I wanted to, I could have a law suit for the lies you have spewed, tweeting out fake texts, implying I am racist, attacking me physically, claiming my daughter tweeted negative about you and your home."
At the end of all of the rambling of what she "could have" done, she left these final words, which seem to be irony personified given how she wiggled her way back into the series after years of being away.
"If you continue this, it will be because you are attempting to stay on the show and stay relevant and that's on you," she wrote.
This all comes on the heels of Zolciak-Biermann getting the chop, officially, with executive producer Andy Cohen cementing her exit by saying, "“I think she’s done, yeah... [Kim] walked out of that reunion and I said, ‘Yeah, I’ve seen the last of that wig.’”
Read her full statement, below:
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