A Twitter feud between the two was born in 2016 when Michael tweeted, "Krazy Kenya Moore was bullying Porsha Williams when she got the wig snatched. She should have no regrets about that wig snatch." Kenya promptly replied by tweeting, "Michael Rapaport, you are pathetic and ignorant for promoting violence on any level. Please get a job to keep your cable to watch me every week."
And with that, Andy opened the flood gates to the best "WWHL" blowout of all time.
"Peasants can't summon queens," Kenya said to Michael, to which he replied, "Kenya, you know -- you have to know -- look at me. You can make eye contact with me. Are those contacts or are they real? I came back backstage, and I introduced myself to you and I told you that I judge you from the show, but you do know that you are on the show, like, a villain, right? You have to know this, correct? You've gotten better, but you are a villain."
"Michael, I don't need you to tell me what I am or am not," Kenya said. "I appreciate you being a fan, though. Thank you for watching. Keep the cable on. A new job would help with that."
"You wish you were me, Kenya," Michael said, to which Kenya replied, "Ohhhhh, a middle-aged, fat white guy? Not really."
A caller then told Kenya that if Michael really wanted to "bring the noise," he easily could, to which Kenya fired back, "He's had a lot of opportunities, honey, and it was a little squeak. So please don't come for me, honey, 'cause I did not send for you. Now what's your question?"
"You know what? I didn't wanna say it on live TV, but Kenya's feet are ashy as f-ck!" Rapaport blurted out. "Them shits are ashy. I didn't wanna say it on live TV 'cause I'm a gentleman, but pan down to them shits. She can cut glass with them shits."
Kenya tried to laugh it off, but it was clear she was not having it.
Kenya recovered from the blistering insults quickly enough to shade NeNe Leakes' friend Marlo Hampton when she told a caller she didn't deserve a peach.
"That's an easy answer -- the answer is no," Kenya said laughing. "Look, if you've been taking someone to a hotel for seven years, you're never gonna be a wife. You don't deserve to be one, so it's kinda like the same situation."
Regarding a potential future friendship with Kim Zolciak, Kenya said, "I usually never say never, [but] I don't really have a relationship with Kim to get back to a relationship with Kim."