"Kim Zolciak Beer-head?" she mocked in an interview with The Grio on Friday. "Yeah, I'm aware of who she is."
Moore declared that "Real Housewives of Atlanta" didn't need to bring Zolciak back on the show at all, saying "We were number one when Kim was gone, we don't need her. We were number one when Nene [Leakes] was gone."
She continued, "She has made it a point from last season to attack me over and over and over again — my character, my marriage, my family. And for the life of me, no-one can figure out why, other than 'This is my way back on the show and this is my way back to get a check.'"
Moore was particularly annoyed by Zolciak and her daughter Brielle Biermann filming cockroaches in NeNe Leake's bathroom to embarrass her in a recent episode.
"Who does that? What type of person does that? That is the definition of someone being evil. Why else would you do that? I think it's unfortunate that Kim Zolciak Biermann and her daughter Brielle do not have any type of moral fiber in their body and they would do anything to humiliate and make other people hurt. It's just disgusting to me. I think they're really vile, evil people."
However, she stopped short of accusing Zolciak and Biermann of being racist, as Leakes has done in the past. "I don't think they're racists for that. They're just disgusting for that."
Moore had some shade to spare for model Eva Marcille, who was introduced as a "friend of the show" this season.
"I think that Eva is a beautiful girl, but in terms of anything else on the show, she tested in the beginning of the season to be a housewife and apparently, the powers that be weren't that impressed, because they didn't make her one."
But she was more than happy to talk about Beyoncé using Moore's catchphrase "I twirl on my haters" in her hit song "Formation."
"Team Twirl told me when Beyoncé put 'I twirl on my haters' on her song that it was a shout-out to me. Of course I can't confirm that — I'm not friends with Beyonce, I would love to be but I'm not."
The song made her feel like she had a "connection" with the singer. "I felt good because that is what I do — I've always said it. I twirl on my haters. I don't care who you are, who you think I am, what you want to say about me. I know exactly who I am, so you don't matter, and for that you get a twirl. And I think that's exactly what Beyoncé was saying."