Real Housewives of Atlanta Drama Continues: Kim Zolciak Speaks on Beef
Are the RHOA just picking on Kim because she’s the only “other” on the show, or is she really the source of all the rumors and lies. Honestly, I think Kim is the source of a lot of drama, but only because she’s been caught in several lies, already. However, after last week’s episode, I think Sheree may the worst of them all. But, whatever the case Ms. Zolciak decided to have a sit down with Essence.com to clear up a few rumors, or perhaps start some more. You can read the interview below:
[TV Credit: Bravo]
ESSENCE.COM: Can we go through some of these rumors that are out in the blogesphere? What about the one that the Bentley you drive doesn’t actually belong to you but to former NBA player Gerald Wilkins?
ZOLCIAK: My neighbor Damian is Gerald Wilkins’ son. He’s a dear friend of mine. Gerald’s wife is my real estate agent. I’ve never had a relationship with Gerald and I can count on one hand how many times I’ve met the man. The Bentley is in my name. You can pull the title. I bought it and it’s mine.
ESSENCE.COM: NeNe’s new book, “Never Make the Same Mistake Twice,” just came out. Have you read it?
ZOLCIAK: I have not read the book yet, but hell yeah, if she wrote about me, I’m going to read it. I mean, she had to write about me in order to sell the book. She told me, ‘Well, maybe you should read it on your way back from New York.’ So I don’t know what she wrote but I do wish her success and I’m happy for her.
ESSENCE.COM: You two came to blows a few months ago. There was a police report indicating that NeNe assaulted you. What happened?
ZOLCIAK: NeNe and I have decided to just move on from that. Yes, there was altercation but we’ve talked in great length about it and we’re just both on to bigger and better things like her book and my wig line. NeNe and I care about each other and because we do, sometimes emotions run a lot higher than if we didn’t care at all.
ESSENCE.COM: Is it true that you don’t date Black men?
ZOLCIAK: Yes, it’s true, I don’t date Black men. I never have. It’s not a prejudice. It’s just a personal preference. People always think that Big Papa is Black. I don’t know why. I’ve never dated a Black man. It’s not to say it wouldn’t happen in the future, but at this time, I never have.
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