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Atlanta Housewife Kim Zolciak: Lesbian Fling a “One Time Deal”


Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak wants to clear the air about her rumored romance with another woman, DJ Tracy Young.

"It was a one-time deal and it's just blown up," Zolciak said Wednesday on radio show The Bert Show on Q100 Atlanta.

Zolciak, 31, and Young, 40, met last December and worked together on a remix of the star's single "Tardy for the Party." "We spent a ton of time together," Zolciak says. "And, you know, things happen, that's it."

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"It didn't take a whole bottle of wine," adds the mother of two of their fling. "I was clearly aware of what I was doing…I had a connection with her for sure. It is what it is."

Prior to Young, she says, "I've never been with a woman before in my life." Zolciak claims she's still involved with "Big Poppa," her mystery boyfriend frequently discussed but never seen on her Bravo show.

The reality star implies that Young then exaggerated their one night stand to the media. "Whoever — only two people knew about [our tryst] — whoever needed to run to the press with it, there you have it."

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Zolciak explained she recently cut all all ties with Young. "I said to her, 'Look, wow, settle on down. It's not good that we communicate. This has blown up like crazy and…I don't ever really wanna talk to you again. I don't appreciate all this stuff."

The media speculation has bothered Zolciak's older daughter Brielle, 13. "It's hard already in middle school…I'm comfortable talking about it. I'm not embarrassed or ashamed, [but] I have kids and a family."

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"I adore [Young], she's a great girl…but there's not even going to be a friendship. There just can't be."

In early March, Young told "The facts are Kim and I worked together….We spent a lot of time in the studio and in the process, became close friends due to our shared interest in music."

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