The Real Housewives of Atlanta star says that while she can handle people writing terrible, nasty things on Instagram and Twitter about her, she draws the line at her teen daughter Ariana.
"One comment on social media just affects a 14-year-old," Kim explained to E! News. "It really makes me very angry. It's very sad. I really can't wrap my head around the fact that somebody can sit behind a computer and write something negative. Like, what is going through your mind when you write that? It's insane to me."
In fact, Zolciak was forced to turn mama bear and cut down the haters on Instagram last week with a dedicated post telling the bullies to back off.
My sweet, smart, motivated princess @arianabiermann she has the biggest and is even more beautiful on the inside and you LOW LIFE assholes who have the audacity to make your rude comments, "she finally lost weight" "she finally came into her own" WTF is wrong with you! You are the problem with society. What possesses you to sit behind a computer and write a negative comment?!!!! can you imagine if you took the time to write something positive or nothing at all how wonderful this world would be!!! You leave my baby alone she is a child!!!! Got it!!! . #YouHaveNoClueTheImpactYouHaveOnSomeone #SheIsAChild #GetALife #IfYouArentPositiveUNFOLLOW #EachOneOfMyGirlsAreUniqueAndSpecial
Zolciak explained that when Real Housewives first started, social media wasn't as huge as it is now — so her older daughter Brielle wasn't as exposed to the rude comments as her little sister is now.
"People would say rude comments to her [when she was younger], but social media wasn't so big when she started on like Real Housewives many, many years ago," she told E!. "Now, it's become huge, so Ariana's getting the brunt of it at 14."
So rude! We can't blame the star for lashing out the way she did.
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