Twitter Goes All The Way Off On ‘Real Housewives’ Star Kim Zolciak For Claiming Racism Isn’t Real

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Twitter Goes All The Way Off On ‘Real Housewives’ Star Kim Zolciak For Claiming Racism Isn’t Real

She says social media made it up.

PUBLISHED ON : APRIL 23, 2018 / 12:01 PM

Kim Zolciak-Biermann is having another case of foot-in-mouth after she made some scathing comments about Black women and the validity of racism during the recently aired season 10 reunion part three of the Real Housewives of Atlanta.

At the end of the heated episode, the mother of six called the show's executive producer and the reunion host, Andy Cohen, into the bathroom for a private meeting. It was there that she complained about how the rest of the cast — all Black women — was treating her poorly.

Her privileged tirade came after the ladies banded together to check her about her messy behavior all throughout the season, sparked by her accusing NeNe Leakes of having a roach-infested home and claiming she was "sick and disgusting."

Many called her out for the racist undertone in her unsolicited critique to which she vehemently denied. However, the words that came from her mouth, thereafter, are what proved that she's got to go, for good.

"That b***h knows I'm not racist," she said. "NeNe knows I'm not racist. You know why you have not found another white woman to [join the cast]? Because nobody is dumb enough to do that! Put yourself in my shoes — five African-American women — just hammered! I couldn't even speak, my mind is a f*****g whirlwind!"

After whining about Black women being so "big and bad to her" — poor wig — she made the following claim that had several viewers officially write her off for good.

"This whole racism thing in this day and age is b******t," she said. "Everyone of those motherf*****s on that couch owe the world a f*****g apology for this racism s**t. They already tried to claim that s**t long ago. Nobody bought into it then because the social media wasn't there and racism wasn't f*****g all that real. You know it."

Watch her white woman privilege in action, below, and see Cohen check her for her catty performance throughout the season:

  1. Rightfully, Twitter wasn't here for her comments or her bestie Sheree Whitfield's "Auntie Tom" response:

Written by Moriba Cummings

(Photo: Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)


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