The Craziest 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Feuds of All Time

We're still talking about these wild 'RHoA' fights.

Kenya Moore, Cynthia Bailey, NeNe Leakes, and Porsha Williams from Real Housewives of Atlanta.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast poses at the Bravo Upfronts. Taylor Hill/Getty Images

With the eighth season of 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' coming to a close, the highly anticipated (and always-tumultuous) reunion show is nearly upon us. This season was the series' first without Queen Bee NeNe Leakes as a starring cast member, but her absence caused no dearth of drama among the Housewives, who argued, made up, spread rumors, and turned what was supposed to be a sophisticated boat party into yet another excuse to beat each other up.

While these southern belles still found plenty of ways to get under one another's skin this season, their most recent feuds are just the latest in an ever-growing list of wild and highly watchable battles that have occurred over the past eight seasons. Check out our votes for the craziest fights these ladies have ever had the bad fortune of finding themselves in:  

Nene Leakes and Sheree Whitfield duke it out over money: Sheree Whitfield and NeNe Leakes have been friends, enemies, and everything in between during their tenure on 'RHoA,' but it was their fight during the show's fourth season that cemented their place in frenemy history. After Sheree got word that NeNe had tried to steal a business opportunity away from her, Sheree confronted NeNe, who denied that she'd done anything of the sort. Rather than drop the issue, NeNe and Sheree started throwing jabs at one another, with Sheree dissing NeNe's formerly "rotten teeth" and allegedly repossessed car.

NeNe shot back with what would become one of the series' most memorable phrases, telling Sheree, "I'm very rich, bitch!"

Kim Zolciak and Kandi Burruss go to court: 'Don't Be Tardy' isn't just the name of Kim Zolciak Biermann's RHoA spin-off — it was also the title of a heavily autotuned dance track that landed the blonde bombshell in some hot water.

The song, which was co-written and produced by Kim's 'Housewives' co-star, Kandi Burruss, earned a cult following and created a major rift between Kim and the normally mild-mannered Kandi. Kandi, represented by co-star and BFF Phaedra Parks, filed a lawsuit against Kim, claiming that Kim hadn't paid her producer fees and was infringing on her copyright by distributing the song. The lawsuit was eventually dismissed, but the pair still aren't exactly partying together these days.

Kenya Moore and Porsha Williams' reunion brawl: The members of the 'RHoA' cast rarely shy away from a good fight, but there have been relatively few instances in which things actually got physical, which made the brawl between Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore at the season six reunion come as a surprise to viewers. After bullhorn-wielding Kenya claimed that Porsha had cheated on her ex-husband, Kordell Stewart, and called her a "dumb ho," the Go Naked! founder decided she'd had enough. Porsha pulled Kenya to the ground by her hair and dragged her across the stage as their co-stars looked on in horror. Porsha was later charged with assault and spent the following season on the bench as a "friend" of the show instead of a full-time cast member.

Kenya Moore and Phaedra Parks' "Mr. Chocolate" kerfuffle: Since joining Housewives in its third season, entertainment attorney Phaedra Parks has earned herself a reputation as one of the cast's more level-headed members, but she came close to totally losing her cool with co-star Kenya Moore during the show's seventh season. After a few seasons of feuding over the rumored flirtation between Kenya and Phaedra's husband, Apollo Nida, the two nearly came to blows when Kenya turned the tables and accused Phaedra of cheating on her recently incarcerated spouse with a mystery man named "Mr. Chocolate." While Phaedra stopped short of actually assaulting Kenya, their feud has continued to simmer throughout the show's eighth season. 

Honorable Mention: Who Gon' Check Me, Boo?

Although it only involved one Housewife, the surprising escalation of a meeting between Sheree Whitfield and party planner Anthony Shorter will go down in Housewives history as one of the show's strangest and most watchable feuds.

Sheree initially met with Anthony to address some concerns she had about the post-divorce "Independence Party" she was hoping to throw for her inner circle. However, when Sheree started to explain, things escalated quickly, with Anthony taking offense at Sheree's constructive criticism and suggesting she dial it back. From here, one of the greatest catchphrases in reality TV history was born — Sheree, master of the clap back, turned to her soon-to-be fired party planner and snapped, "Who gon' check me, boo?"