Kim Zolciak-Biermann Speaks Out About Her Feud with Kenya Moore

We have yet to see Kim Zolciak-Biermann’s return to RHOA, but we already know there is no love lost between Kim and Kenya Moore.

In a new interview, Kim is opening up about what started her public feud with Kenya.

“I don’t even know Kenya, and I don’t want to f*cking know her,” Kim said. “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 tells US Weekly that her feud with Kenya began last season when Moore went down in the basement and “talked sh*t” during a party at Sheree Whitfield’s house. When Zolciak approached her to say it was disrespectful to sneak into the basement, Moore’s reaction set her off.

“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,’” Kim continued. “She just laid into all of it. She had obviously been studying me prior. F*cking lunatic.”

Kim added, “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 has no idea who I am. She’s a fan.”

Are you excited for Kim’s return to RHOA?

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