Even though Kim Zolciak and her daughter Brielle Biermann are a super close mother/daughter duo, it looked like Kim was out of the loop about Brielle’s relationship status- or at the very least, she was out of the loop about what she was allowed to admit publicly.
Kim denied that Brielle and Michael Kopech broke up, but Brielle confirmed it, and now it’s a little bit unclear what is going on.
Another day, another drama in the Biermann family. Unfortunately this not one of those lighthearted dramas for a story line. Brielle Biermann’spurse and wallet stolen from her car. Her mom Kim Zolciakstepped in, called the cops, and tweeted about it, of course.
Now that Khloe Kardashian has confirmed that she is expecting a baby with NBA player Tristan Thompson, she has been showing off her baby bump, and she recently celebrated the milestone at her baby shower.
Of course, Khloe’s famous family was in attendance, but there were plenty of other famous faces on hand to celebrate baby Thompson.
“Happy 21ST to my favorite person!! I’m blessed to be able to grow with you & I’m excited to see where our future takes us. I love you so much and I’m so thankful for you, @briellebiermann,” Michael declared on Instagram, attached to the above photo of Brielle holding “21” balloons. Kimadded, “ITS OFFICIAL @briellebiermann is 21!!!! I can’t believe it!! Happy Happy Birthday Hunni Bunni!! We love you so much!!!! #Brielles21”
Kim shared a photo of NeNe’s car parked in a handicap space and a video that her daughter Brielle Biermann took of roaches in NeNe’s bathroom. All hell broke loose and I can’t help wondering what the new girl Eva Marcille thinks about the shit storm she just signed up for.
Just like her mother, Kim Zolciak, Brielle Biermann is no stranger to igniting social media controversy. Almost everything these two share on Instagram, Twitter, or Snapchat starts some debate. From the (alleged) overuse of photo editing apps to (alleged) cosmetic procedures to questionable quotations, these two know how to bring attention to their social media pages.
Brielle tweeted something about “wanting to help people in need” and it did not sit well with her followers. That sounds like a sentiment that most people would support, but considering the greater context, what she said got a lot of hate in response.
Every time I see photos of Real Housewives from different cities hanging out, I want to know what happened before and after those pics were taken. Are these people actually friends or are these just photo opportunities that guarantee a lot of likes on Instagram?