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Andy Cohen Claims He ‘Misspoke’ About Kim Zolciak-Biermann RHOA Reunion Comments; Says He Shouldn’t Have Used The Term ‘Ganged Up On’ And Says Kim Is ‘Not A Victim!’

Andy Cohen came under fire this week after revealing that he felt like Kim Zolciak-Biermann was "ganged up on" by her Real Housewives of Atlanta co-stars at the show's Season 10 reunion taping. Now, the Watch What Happens Live host claims that he "misspoke."

"I should not have said that she was ganged up on,” Andy said on The Breakfast Club. "I was frustrated by the tenor of the reunion and what I was most frustrated in was myself and that’s what I was trying to say. Kim was not a victim in this. They were trying to hold her accountable and she was piss poor at taking any accountability for anything. The conversation was going around in a circle. When I said I wanted to walk off, it was because I lost control of the room."

"I lost control of the room and it was not a gang up," he added.

Then, Cohen says that it was really frustrating to hear Kim deny saying certain things when many of those things were caught on camera and aired on the Bravo hit reality series.

Andy then shared his thoughts on Kim’s statements about racism. "I think [Kim] has a hard time seeing the nuance in her words, which has happened by the way, for 10 years on the show,” Andy explained. “We showed clips of her referring to things in early seasons that the women were pissed about that had overtones. I know that she has a real friendship with Sheree. I know she had a real friendship with Kandi and I’m interested in what the two of them really feel about where she stands."

"She did not express herself well and what I think that she was saying is that in an era of social media, something that you say can be blown up and made bigger," he added. "That’s what I think she meant."

Transcript courtesy via Reality Blurb

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