Kim Zolciak Asks “How Much Can a Person Take?” After Kroy’s NFL Woes
In last night’s Don’t Be Tardy episode the buxom blonde reveals she’s slowly starting to crack under the pressure of her family’s precarious financial future.
During the installment, Kim’s oldest daughter Brielle Biermann gives her parents great news: she’s just scored a production assistant job at Access Hollywood.
The 19-year-old’s mom isn’t so excited.
“I think I'm going to throw up,” the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum, 38, responds.
She only gets more upset from there.
“This is the last thing that I really need,” Kim complains to the camera in a talking head interview.
“I’m in the middle of free agency! I’m like, ‘Hello, how much can a person take?'”
Probably not much more, since the mom of six soon gets real about the Zolciak-Biermann fam’s fate.
“I know the NFL isn’t forever,” she tells the Don’t Be Tardy crew later.
“And this s—t isn’t forever either,” Kim adds, motioning at the reality show spectacle.
Now we know Kim was definitely right about one of those prophecies.
Last night’s episode was filmed in mid-May, since she also celebrates her birthday during the showing.
Kim’s husband Kroy would be cut from the Buffalo Bills four months later, in early September.
At least the Bravolebrity figured out a way to build an “empire,” with or without football.
"Nobody knows about this — I think they think we're gonna have another baby,” she tells hubby Kroy.
"What they don't realize is, we are having another baby. It's just called Kashmere, and it's a skincare line.”
Who needs the NFL when you’ve got Kashmere?!
Don’t Be Tardy airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on Bravo.
Check out more of Wetpaint’s coverage of Kim Zolciak below:
Kim Zolciak “Under A Lot of Stress” After Kroy Biermann’s Cut From NFL
6 Things to Know About Kim Zolciak’s 3-Month Marriage
15 Times Kim Zolciak’s Kids Were the Cutest Things on the Planet
Kim Zolciak Goes Mama Bear on Brielle Biermann’s Cyberbullies
Kim Zolciak & Brielle Biermann Prove They’re So L.A. With In-N-Out & Lip Fillers