Kim Zolciak’s NSFW Tweet About Getting John Legend Tickets Did Not Go Over Well
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Sometimes people go above and beyond when it comes to their favorite celebrities, but when Kim Zolciak asked Chrissy Teigen to meet John Legend on Twitter Wednesday, well, she did it in a way nobody expected. The Don't Be Tardy star tweeted Teigen, "sooo ur hubby is comin to ATL may19 & Kash is beyond OBSESSED w him!" Her tweet started off totally normal, but then she added, "who does Brielle have to blow in order to meet him?? LOL" One might think she would've offered herself up, but, no, she brought her 20-year-old daughter, Brielle Biermann, into the conversation.

Teigen responded to the former Real Housewives of Atlanta star by tweeting, "Plz don't blow anyone it's not that good of a show. Jk it's good but I'll get you tix without the oral." As you can probably imagine, this Twitter exchange is causing quite the stir — and not in a good way.

Many people are in disbelief that the Bravolebrity talked about her eldest daughter in such a way. There are some Twitter users who even thought Zocliak may have been hacked, but that doesn't seem to be the case. Someone who found the tweet funny, wrote her, "I'm dying from this conversation." To that, the 38-year-old responded, "That means you too have a sense of humor!!" Yeah, it looks like Zolciak wasn't hacked.

Here are some of the responses from those who definitely weren’t fans:

There are others who find it funny and see Zolciak's tweet as nothing but a joke:

On the other hand, even though some believe that the reality star didn't mean any harm by her words, they also think that her tweet is more of a miss rather than a hit:

Brielle did respond to the exchange between her mom and Teigen. Michael Beck, who's Twitter bio lists him as a "Bravo TV producer," tweeted, "My lips are plumped and ready to go to work! @Kimzolciak @chrissyteigen #BJsforBackstage." To that, Brielle replied, "yessss let michael do it instead pls thnx chrissy :)"

You can just add this to Zolciak's ever-growing list of so-called offenses.