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Kim Zolciak-Biermann Addresses Her ‘Lost Your Peach’ Comment And Says You Won’t See Kenya Moore Get Under Her Skin Anymore This Season On RHOA!

During Wednesday's appearance on E!'s Daily Pop, Kim Zolciak-Biermann addresses was asked to comment on her recent tweet that alluded to a certain Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member was being let go from the Bravo hit reality series. "Poof! #LostYourPeach," Kim wrote online, fueling pre-existing rumors involving Kenya Moore's alleged refusal to film scenes with her new husband.

However, this time around, Zolciak-Biermann kept her lips sealed: "I will get in so much trouble if I tell you. Nope. I cannot tell you! You'll have to wait and see next year."

She continued, "People think I just say it because I'm being a hater but I'm just telling you that it's true."

"I shouldn't even be saying that on Twitter, but I am, because I get so fired up," Zolciak-Biermann told Entertainment Tonight. "You will just have to wait and see for sure, maybe next season of RHOA."

But from Kenya's perspective, there's not an ounce of truth to reports she's been axed after six seasons on RHOA.

"I think my storyline speaks for itself, the fact that I'm one of the most Google'd people on the show and, one might say, one of the most relevant," Moore recently told E! News. "I don't think that anyone would rush to a judgement to say I wouldn't be a Housewife. I have the top storyline of the entire season, so that wouldn't even really make good business sense."

Zolciak-Biermann and Moore came face-to-face in a heated showdown at NeNe's white party event earlier this season and the Don't Be Tardy star admits that we won't see Moore getting under her skin anymore this season.

"I hate watching the drama unfold with Kenya, just allowing somebody to push by buttons," she told E! News when asked about having to watch that intense moment back months later. "I have not watched Housewives, I have not watched every episode since I left, so I didn't know that Kenya was the type—I didn't even know Kenya. I didn't know she was the type to just push people and push people until they just lose it until Porsha [Williams] explained to me what she's been through with her. So I didn't feel as bad that somebody was able to trigger me and get me that pissed off. But that's behind me. You'll see through the season that that doesn't happen again. No matter what I have to do when she's around me, I do many things to just not even deal with her."

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