Create a free profile to get unlimited access to exclusive videos, sweepstakes, and more!
BravoTV.com: Do you remember the first time you met Shereé?
Kim Zolciak-Biermann: I met Shereé 14 or 15 years ago through NeNe. NeNe and I went out for the night and ran into Shereé, and the rest is history — we’ve been friends since.
BravtoTV.com: Were you nervous going to NeNe's party?
I have 6 kids, and 3 of them are boys. It takes a little bit more than a white party with old friends in my old neighborhood (I lived there 14 years ago) to make me nervous. I've been through a lot of growing since the last time I was around these ladies, and I was more so just ready. Ready for the fun, the laughs, the drama, whatever. I'm aware of my surroundings more than ever, and my intuition keeps me far from nervous.
BravtoTV.com: What was it like having the OG Housewives together at NeNe's party?
Being back with the ladies felt like old times. We started it together 10 years ago, and it's really amazing to see what the show has done for our lives. I truly don't leave my house unless it’s for my kids or to travel for work, so to be out and see these girls in a social setting felt like 2007 all over again.
We OGs were just different compared to the ladies now; we knew our lane, and we stayed in it. I did not have an attitude at all when going to NeNe’s home, aside from having an attitude with Kenya and only Kenya! Kenya came for me, my husband, etc. at Shereé's housewarming party last year, and I was in shock. I didn’t know her, I hadn't spoken to her in years, and the things she said didn't sit well with me. This was the first time I had seen her since, and yes, the looks and the rolling of the eyes by the end of the night irritated me!
NeNe's house was beautiful, and I’ve told her that. I came in, greeted her warmly, and was excited to catch up with the other ladies. Someone with a nasty attitude wouldn't do such. It was also EXTREMELY hot that day (it was 103 degrees), and from what I could tell, NeNe did not have the AC on! In my opinion, if you’re entertaining guests, you should do everything possible to make them comfortable.
I’ve been drinking out of solo cups for years and years now, so that's nothing new! I couldn’t find the drinks at the party anyway, and I always come prepared.
BravoTV.com: What went through your mind during the confrontation with Kenya?
Not much was going through my mind when Kenya was talking because she’s super ignorant, and I don't process ignorance well. But when she started speaking about Brielle, Chrissy, John Legend, and "pimping my daughter," I heard the bitch loud and clear. I just saw red. In all honesty, I assumed Kenya and I wouldn't have any type of interaction that night, but when Marlo said the "congratulations on your marriage" bulls---, I couldn't deal. I can admit that I don't hold my tongue well these days, and I also just don't like Kenya. I have no problem being the girl who says what everyone WON’T say — I'm just the girl to say it to you. So I did, and things went left. Speaking about my children is OFF LIMITS. I also felt that her commenting "Why do you have such a hard on for me? Didn’t you get that cut off during your reassignment surgery?" was extremely inappropriate and offensive to the trans community, in my opinion.
Check out this sneak peek from next week's episode of #RHOA, below: