“Don’t Be Tardy" star Kim Zolciak-Biermann is making a return to “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” and the drama that goes along with it!
Kim told “Extra” all about what fans can expect from both shows, including her son Cash getting attacked by a dog and her showdown with Kenya Moore on “RHOA.”
Zolciak-Biermann shared, “'Housewives of Atlanta' is a totally different vibe. It's really fun to have some girl time and get away from the family per se, it’s a lot more chaotic… We all don’t get along.”
Kim and Kenya Moore had heated exchanges during the last season, including one reportedly over comments Kenya made about her kids. She commented, “Kenya is a different person… I don’t want to meet anybody that is like Kenya ever again. She is just not a very good person… inside her soul is not a very good person.”
Along with saying that Kenya has a way of pushing buttons, Kim affirmed, “I don’t know Kenya enough to care or ever have a relationship.” Of the rumors that Kenya is leaving the show, Kim said, “I can only hope that Kenya quits the show… Let’s just hope Kenya quits the show.”
She is back on good terms with on-again, off-again BFF Nene Leakes, who is also back on the show, commenting, “Nene is a lot of fun.” Shereé Whitfield is on the show again, too. “Nene, Shereé and I have known each other for 15 years," Kim noted.
As for her sixth season of “Don’t Be Tardy,” Kim dished, “A lot emotions, some good, some really positive, happy tears, then there is some really horrible, dramatic tears.”
Some of those tears were for her son Cash, who was attacked by a dog. She revealed, "Hardest season I have ever done because of the situation with my son Cash… You definitely get an inside view on what can happen, real-life stuff.”
Her 4-year-old, who underwent surgery after the dog bite, is recovering well. She shared, “Cash is doing awesome. He looks great — he still has a black eye.”
While cameras were rolling through the whole ordeal, Zolciak-Biermann really grappled with whether to include it in the new season. As for why she featured it, Kim explained, "We are sharing to raise awareness because I never thought it would happen to me or my child… We have been so lucky he didn’t lose his eye.”