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Brielle Biermann, Kim Zolciak-Biermann, Kenya Moore

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Messy, so messy.

Kim Zolciak-Biermann's 20-year-old daughter Brielle Biermann has gotten involved in her mom's feud with Real Housewives of Atlanta co-star Kenya Moore, taking to Twitter late Saturday to throw some shade. She did not hold back.

"Kenya is a dumb ugly evil bitch," Brielle tweeted.

"You won't @ her tho," replied Twitter user @StarrShep_.

"I don't need to! She stalks me and my mom," Brielle said.

Kenya has not commented directly.

She did, however, posted on Instagram Sunday morning a photo of herself in a white cut-out dress, writing, "#aboutlastnight Everywhere you look there are haters... don't let them dull your shine or steal your joy. #shine #happy #thatsMrsDalyToYou #whytheystaymad #obsessed #kenyamoore #rhoa."

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A couple hours later, Brielle tweeted a screenshot of a text conversation with a male friend. He texted her Kenya's photo and disses her.

Kenya and Kim have sparred on Real Housewives of Atlanta and Kenya had also thrown some shade at Kim in May during an appearance on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club while weighing in on Brielle's mom's return to Real Housewives of Atlanta, which was confirmed last week.

"Kim needs a check, so Kim will be back," Kenya had said.

Kim responded on Instagram, saying, "Hmm this s--t is funny!! 6 seasons in on Don't Be Tardy, multi million dollar skincare line in less then 6 months @kashmerekollections meanwhile you sell your hair care products out of the trunk of your car and paying Sally's beauty supply to do an appearances there AND you are spending what you do have on your 3rd paid boyfriend."

"Sweetie don't try and come for me so you can have a story line for next season," she added.

Kim has not commented about Brielle's tweet directly either but posted on Instagram a viral quote attributed to Mark Twain: "Anger is an acid that can do more harm to the vessel in which it is stored than to anything on which is it poured."