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Tammy McCall Browning ends up in hospital after huge RHOA fight (VIDEO)

The The Real Housewives of Atlanta ladies aren’t known for chilled-out nights.

But the Sunday, Dec. 20, episode of the show really set an example of how not to survive a girls’ trip. Browning’s nephew, Glen Rice Jr., joined the ladies in Miami — and not everyone was happy about it.

After a few rounds of Never Have I Ever, the gang devolved into bickering. What was Rice doing here? Should he stay? Kenya Moore said he “made her uncomfortable” and she wanted him to leave the house.

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Sheree Whitfield disagreed. “A few minutes ago, Kenya was flinging her dress at Glen. Now she wants to kick him out like he’s the bogeyman. Which is it?” she asked.

When Moore eventually did decide to ask Rice to leave, he responded aggressively and called her a “little bitch.” He then started to move toward Moore, and Browning jumped in, blocking his path. Rice threw her to the ground and knocked her out. Security jumped in, broke up the fight, and took Browning to the hospital.

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Kim said, “I’m not going to be in a situation where I feel unsafe, most especially when it crosses a line. I mean, Tammy got hurt,” she said. “I was there when Kandi and he were chatting and it didn’t seem like it had to happen that way. It seemed like you were manufacturing some drama.”

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Moore defended her choice to ask Rice to leave — and her gut, which knew something was off with him from the beginning. “You don’t provoke someone to pushing a woman. Either you have it in you, or you don’t.”

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What do you think — was Kenya Moore right to ask Rice to leave? Let us know in the comments.

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