It’s no secret that Kim Zolciak and Kenya Moore aren’t fond of each other. In fact, the Real Housewives of Atlanta co-stars hate each other so much that there’s no hope of them EVER being friends.
So, what’s the beef between these two Georgia peaches?
According to Kim, Kenya crossed the line in a such a big that there’s no recovering from it.
“I don’t even know Kenya, and I don’t want to f—king know her,” Kim tells Us. “Kenya’s a dark cloud. She’s not a good person. I’ve never in my life looked at somebody in the eyes and saw an empty soul. That’s not being vindictive, or because I’m mad, I’ve never seen such an empty soul in somebody in my life. I don’t even want to know her.”
Kim and Kenya’s feud began last season when Kim called Kenya out for sneaking into Sheree Whitfield’s basement to snoop around and talking shit about Chateau Sheree.
However, it was Kenya’s reaction to Kim’s comments that really set their feud in motion.
“She started attacking my husband, my children, my parenting, my faith, my body, everything that she could attack. I was like, ‘Really?’ I just said you didn’t need to be downstairs,’” Zolciak says. “She just laid into all of it. She had obviously been studying me prior. F—king lunatic.”
Meanwhile, Kenya recently told Us that “no one is excited for Kim to be back “ on RHOA. Kenya infamously goes after Kim’s parenting during season 10 which can be seen in the trailer.
Kenya’s claims don’t phase Kim at all. “She doesn’t know me. She didn’t know me pregnant. I can count on two hands how many times I’ve been around this lady, and it’s never once been without a camera,” she says. “She has no idea who I am. She’s a fan.”
I am so curious to see how the drama between Kim and Kenya unfolds. I don’t get how these two can hate each other when they don’t even know each other. I have a sneaky suspicion that Kim and Kenya are more alike than they’d like to admit which explains why they don’t get along.
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