Kim Zolciak-Biermann returned to The Real Housewives of Atlanta for Sheree Whitfield’s Housewarming party, but Kim didn’t expect the party to be as dramatic as it was, especially when it came to her confrontation with Kenya Moore.
“I definitely am not naive to the fact that of the personalities of some of the ladies,” Kim told The Daily Dish when asked whether she had known what to expect from the party. “So no, I didn’t. I didn’t really know how it was going to go because it’s been five years. I didn’t know. I certainly didn’t think that it was be as crazy as it was.”
“It definitely reminded me of why I left in the first place. Why does it have to be so combative? It was really great to see a lot of the other ladies, aside from Kenya. I don’t even know Kenya to be honest,” she said. “It was great to see the other ladies and kind of reconnect with them. Cynthia [Bailey] is so beautiful, so I always love to see her little face, And of course we were there for Shereé. Shereé and I have been friends from before Housewives and have stayed in contact throughout the years. That was nothing new.”
But Kim was just happy to support her friend, Sheree. “I just think Shereé and I have a mutual trust, believe it or not. We talk about a lot of things and I don’t say anything, and she doesn’t say anything. It’s just a mutual trust,” she said. “I think in order to have a successful friendship, that’s super important. It’s hard to find these days. I think that’s why we have always been somewhat successful. Even at our moments of fighting and arguing, there’s no real low-blows, per say. There’s no, ‘You told me this yesterday!’ Some women start popping off at the mouth with things they know or knew. Everybody has somewhat of a past,” Kim said. “I think that’s why we’ve been able to maintain our friendship. Some of our arguments in the past have been fueled by others. I don’t think it was because of Shereé and I.”
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