Kim Zolciak is sharing why she is excited that her husband Kroy Biermann just got picked up by the the Buffalo Bills by revealing how she has such close ties to the city of Buffalo in a brand new interview.
“Buffalo is like everywhere in my life,” Kim told Buffalobills.com. “My parents grew up in Western New York. My dad (Joe) is from Buffalo and my mom (Karen) is from Springville. Then my aunts live in Rochester. My chiropractor, my chef, they’re all from Western New York. My chef went to St. John Fisher College.”
Growing up with her father in the Navy the family moved around a bit, and Kim was born in Pensacola, Florida, but she was raised in Connecticut. She remembers spending parts of her summers growing up on Keuka Lake at her aunt’s house.
“I just haven’t been back in a really long time,” she added.
Even though she grew up up in a state that’s often split with Giants and Patriots fans, the red, white and blue in her household was all Bills, and her father Joe is the one to thank for that.
“My dad was born in Buffalo. My dad is Buffalo Bills obsessed to a whole other level,” she said. “But I guess there are a lot of people who are like that with the Bills because I’m seeing it everywhere on social media right now since Kroy signed.”
“If the Bills lost my dad was in a horrible mood and we were not to talk to him. That was my entire life. He still wears the zebra pants that the people wore like 20 years ago. They’re so horribly worn out. He wears the old sweatshirts. He’s a whole other level.”
And Kim will make sure that her schedule works around Kroy’s games. “I love to be in front row and I love to have Kroy see us there,” she said. “I think it’s important for him to know that I’m right there for whatever reason.”
“I will be at every Buffalo home game for sure. That’s a definite,” Zolciak-Biermann said. “I will make a couple of road games too like at Miami because that’s close. I’ll actually be in California when they have a game out there. I think it’s the L.A. Rams game. I’m out in L.A. quite a bit so I’ll probably be at that game as well. It’s just a matter of trucking the whole family. I have to figure it all out.”
“I want him to be as comfortable as possible,” she said. “I don’t want him to have to worry about that stuff and having a car. I’m working on that right now. My chef grew up there so she knows a ton of people up there. So I’m thinking it’ll be like a home away from home actually.”
The family is still deciding on whether or not to buy a home in Buffalo. “It happened so quickly so I’m still kind of processing that he’s up there and I’m here because that’s very new obviously,” she said of her Atlanta home. “And I’m wondering what it’s going to be like to have a season in another state. It’s all new territory.”
“I am excited for the snow because my kids have seen snow maybe once or twice in their life max. Then the Bills have a game on Christmas Eve so I’m thinking, do I do Christmas up there? I have a lot to figure out.”
“I am just getting such good vibes about Buffalo,” she said. “Everyone has been so welcoming. I’m really excited about things for Kroy. So we’re looking forward to it all.”
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