December 05, 2016

‘Housewives of Atlanta’ star gets angry over orphanage comment

HollywoodNews.com: ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star Kim Zolciak recently missed out on a trip to South Africa with the other women on the show because of her newborn, but she is still getting mixed into the drama.

While the other women visited an orphanage while they were there, Zolciak is still the talk of the trip for one part as some of them try to imagine her there, states RadarOnline.com. As some of the women claimed they couldn’t imagine her at the orphanage holding black babies, Zolciak gets upset with Kandi Burress as fingers are pointed at her.

“What did you say about me Kandi, and an orphanage?” Zolciak confronts Burruss, who then explains that she said she didn’t see her going to Africa, not the orphanage.

However, the fight doesn’t end there, but viewers will have to tune in to the next episode for more.

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  • March 4, 2012 | Permalink |

    I think that Sharee took offense to what was said by CYNTHIA and blocked the rest of the conversation out and that’s how it was mistakenly blamed on Kandi. As far as the arguement at Kim’s house and the comments that Kim said, did she forget that the whole world watched Sharee turn on her, talk about her like a dog, and then wanted to whoop that tail? But Sharee got her back in this episode. If Kim doesn’t want her character to look so shallow than she needs to watch what she says on TV because she sounds very shallow and doesn’t come off as a person that would do charity work or visit an orphange. She would just write a check.

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