Kim Zolciak Lashes Out Over Racism 'Bullshit' After 'RHOA' Reunion, NeNe Leakes and Fans Clap Back
11 Stars Famously Dragged for Using the N-Word

"That bitch knows I'm not f-cking racist," Kim tells Andy Cohen in front of her livid husband, Kroy.

Part 3 of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion was downright explosive, and it ended with Kim Zolciak making some pretty bold statements regarding racism.

On Sunday night, Kim got into it with NeNe Leakes, Kenya Moore, Kandi Burruss and Cynthia Bailey before she came for Andy Cohen.

After the reunion wrapped, a producer grabbed Andy and said Kim wanted to speak with him. Andy and a cameraperson quickly walked into the ladies' room to find a tearful Kim and a livid Kroy Biermann.

"Andy, like, how much can a person take?" Kim said to Andy. "There wasn't even one positive question for me. It was hammered."

"You have the control to say stop," Kroy interrupted.

"That bitch knows I'm not f-cking racist. NeNe knows I'm not racist," Kim continued. "You know why you have not found another white woman to sit on that motherf-cker? 'Cause nobody's dumb enough to do that."

Andy tried to explain to Kim that the reason she felt attacked was due to her negative storyline this season, adding that her encounters with the other women were always "combative."

Then Kim's only ally in the group, Shereé Whitfield, walked in.

"Shereé, I'm so upset with you," Kim said. "I just didn't feel like you stuck up for me or helped me with them ganging up on me."

Shereé insisted she had Kim's back and bore the brunt of the jabs prior to her arrival at the reunion. She also said she was not about fighting anyone else's battles.

"Put yourself in my shoes," Kim told Andy. "Five African-American women just hammering. I couldn't even speak! Like, my mind's a f-cking whirlwind. This whole racism thing in this day and age is bullshit. Every one of those motherf-ckers on that couch owe this world a f-cking apology for this racism shit. They have tried to claim that shit long ago, Shereé, as you know. Nobody really bought into it 'cause social media wasn't there, and racism wasn't f-cking all that real."

Following the blowout, NeNe immediately took to Twitter to discuss the last 30 seconds of the episode, which she had already told her fans not to "dare" miss.

Meanwhile, Shereé -- who has repeatedly accused the other women of being NeNe's puppets -- tweeted this:

See how viewers at home received Sunday's explosive reunion in the tweets below.

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