"The reunion was so f--king traumatizing that it was -- and you don't even get see the 45 minutes in the bathroom that really happened between Kandi and I, which is fine I'm not here to prove anything," Zolciak said, "I just think that they edited out of context a lot." Kim accused producers of editing the show to make her "make her look like someone [she's] not" and that she didn't find the racism accusations "f--king funny" at all.
Zolciak, who was on the Bravo reality show from Season 1 to 5, before quitting and popping up through Season 9 and 10, said that she will "never" return to the show again, adding it was "unfair" the way she was treated.
"They know damn well I'm not racist, so to pull that f--king card is disgusting," she said. "I was just at the point that it was gross."
"I'll never go back," she continued. "I mean I just I really envisioned it to be so different, but there's so much hatred in some of those girls' hearts that it's fun to banter back and forth and cut up and like you know whatever, but this was downright f--king nasty, dirty, I don't know."
"You know I walked off the set of Atlanta pregnant -- 8 months pregnant with Kash -- wine glasses flying, people spitting, screaming, like literally," she said of why she first quit in 2012. "I just said, 'You know what man? There's not enough money in the world for this.' My blood pressure started going up so I just decided in that instant I'm done."
"There was a complete attack," Zolciak said. "You only saw a few minutes of the reunion. It was three and a half hours of me sitting on the couch to the point where it got that I didn't hear anything after two hours." The Bravolebrity added that she had to "hum" to keep her cool because Moore started to poke fun and throw shade at her children.
Zolciak said that Moore doesn't have a "good heart," as Glanville -- who has beef with Kenya as well -- called her "disgusting" and "the devil."
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Zolciak said the show initially "broke her," but she returned this past season a "stronger" woman, something she said her co-stars didn't want to see.
'When I started 'Housewives,' I went in there so f--king naïve. They broke me, I felt like they broke me," she said. "So when I left and kind of grew -- I grew so much in five years."
"I'm in a great place, so I felt like I'm stronger...but I know a lot of information and these girls know I know this stuff," Zolicak continued. "I guess they still just don't know that I'm not going to say a word. I'm not here to call you out on your shit, man. You live your life behind closed doors. But when you start calling me out on stuff because you don't want me to say you know what you're doing, I just had to be quiet."
Zolciack had some parting words for her co-stars: "Let the Lord take care of you sweetie. It's called karma."
The Bravo star said that she's not exactly sure when "Don't Be Tardy," will return, but she's heard rumors that the reality show will be coming back in December.