Things aren't looking good for Kim Zolciak
Kim Zolciak lost her peach after the fifth season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, but she may be losing much more very soon. Just days after Bravo aired the third installment of the explosive RHOA reunion show, in which the 39-year-old reality star went head to head with friend-turned-nemesis Nene Leakes during a heated confrontation, word has it the mom-of-six has called off production on her spin-off series, Don’t Be Tardy.
According to sources, Kim is so hurt about what went down during the reunion that she’s stopped filming for Bravo altogether. What does this mean for the future of her show?
Word has it the 39-year-old reality star called off production on the seventh season of her own spin-off series just days after the airing the RHOA reunion show, in which she went head to head with nemesis Nene Leakes in an explosive argument that left her in tears.
“Kim and her team have halted all production for Don’t Be Tardy while her lawyers have been working around the clock to investigate and deal with the final episode of the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion,” a source told Us Weekly.
A second insider added, “Kim has pulled the plug on filming. She’s very upset about the entire situation.”
Does this mean the show could get canceled? Celebuzz! has reached out to Bravo for comment.
News of the rumored halted production came after the mom-of-six made several controversial comments during RHOA‘s Season 10 reunion show. As seen on the episode that aired Sunday, April 22, a visibly distraught Kim called host and executive producer Andy Cohen into a restroom to express her frustration over the way she was treated by Nene and the rest of the cast — including Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, Cynthia Bailey, and Porsha Williams. When calling out pal Sherée Whitfield for not sticking up for her during the on-camera confrontation, Kim remarked that “this whole ‘racism’ thing in this day and age is bulls**t.”
“Every motherf**ker on that couch owes the world an apology for this racism s**t,” she fumed. “They already tried to claim that s**t years ago, Sherée, as you know. Nobody really bought into it because the social media wasn’t there and racism wasn’t all that real.”