Another day, another chance for Andy Cohen to make amends with KKKim Zolciak.
As previously reported, KKKim Zolciak was basically outed for being a closeted racist during the season 10 reunion show (click HERE if you missed that) but surprisingly demanded an apology from Bravo anyway.
[READ: Kim Zolciak-Biermann Refuses To Film ‘Don’t Be Tardy’ Unless Bravo Apologizes… (VIDEO)]
Kim never got an “official” apology from the network but it seems Andy Cohen is making his own amends by publicly supporting Kim’s nasty attitude.
Details + video below…
Andy Cohen recently appeared on The Jenny McCarthy Show, where he talked the explosive season 10 reunion and how he actually wanted to walk off during the taping!
I hate a 5 against one situation… Yeah, I don’t like it cause it was a ‘gang up’.
“It’s less dramatic when a person can take up for themselves… Kim was not having an easy time with her words. She was making it harder for herself.
I really did not have control of the room and I wish that I had walked off.
Sooooo…. Andy is forming the narrative that Kim is a helpless damsel in distress… the one white chick who got beat up on by these 5 “African-American” women? I can’t.
Kim had absolutely no problem “with her words” during the season when she referred to all of those women as “B*tches” and cursed each and every one of them out, did she?
I guess we should take back all of that praise we gave Andy for the way he handled Kim in that epic bathroom scene.
I’m disappointed that Andy backtracked the way he did, but I’m certainly not surprised.
One would think that Andy was on board with Bravo finally exposing the truth about KKKim’s White supremacist attitude, but clearly that’s not the case as she’s been positively rewarded for it in the past.
I’ve wrote many times about how Kim was given her own show after several RHOA cast members banned together and boycotted because of her racist attitude (click HERE if you missed that).
Nene even alluded to the scandal when she sarcastically asked Kim during the season 10 reunion to explain exactly why she got her own show.
Nevertheless, Andy has taken the mask off and is clearly onboard with Kim’s racial insensitivity.
[Sidebar: That’s evident in how Cohen compares the Atlanta reunion to NYC during the interview, as he states he wanted to walk off of Atlanta but would “never” walk off of a NY reunion.]
As my friend over at Bingeworty notes in his video assessment below… “stay woke”!