The final part of Bravo’s ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ season 10 reunion aired Sunday night and viewers got to watch as Kim Zolciak simply couldn’t take the heat.
At the end of the reunion, Kim called Andy Cohen into the bathroom for a private meeting with him and complained about the way she was treated by him and the rest of the Atlanta Housewives.
“That bitch knows I’m not racist. NeNe knows I’m not racist,” Kim told Andy. “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’s a f—— whirlwind!”
She then continued to deny claims that she was racist, explaining that she felt racism isn’t ‘real.’
“This whole racism thing in this day in age is bullsh*t. Everyone of those motherf*ckers on that couch owe this world a f*ucking apology for this racism sh*t,” Kim said. “They already tried to claim that sh*t long ago. Nobody bought into it then because the social media wasn’t there and racism wasn’t f*cking all that real. You know it.”
By the end of their conversation, Kim was upset that the questions Andy asked were all ‘negative’ and didn’t focus on the positive attributes of her life.
“How much can a person take?” Kim asked. “There wasn’t even one positive question for me. I was hammered! … There wasn’t a positive question. I have a very success marriage, I have beautiful children, there was nothing positive.”
Thankfully, Andy kept it real with Kim.
“There was nothing positive, unfortunately, in your story from the season,” he told her. “It was all combative, it was. Because your whole time on the show as combative, it was.”
Check out the clip below.