When Kim Zolciak-Biermann made her return to the show that made her famous, a.k.a. Real Housewives of Atlanta, fans and followers were thrilled to see one of their favorite peaches back in the basket. During season 10, the 40-year-old only made a handful of appearances on the show as a “friend” and not a full time cast member, but even just a few times behind the RHOA camera made her eager to step away for good.

“F–k no,” she told OK! magazine about her desire to keep away from the show, even just when it airs on TV. “I do not [keep up with the show at all]. No. Last year was enough for me to handle.” Yikes. Well, tell us how you really feel, girl.

“I will never go back to Housewives again,” she promised the outlet. Ugh, say it ain’t so. Clearly, there is a lot of negativity surrounding the series for Kim, considering she left the show officially in season 5.

The Bravo TV star explained that when she was “oblivious to the lack of growth” of her former costars when she agreed to participate in season 10.

“I like positive happy fun things, you know? And I feel like [the show and its environment] can be [filled with] a lot of negativity,” Kim explained.

Plus, she hasn’t exactly seen all that much of her former costars anyway. “I reached out to Nene [Leakes] when Gregg was diagnosed [and sent them a care package] and I congratulated Porsha [Williams] on the pregnancy,” she recalled of the minimal dealings with her former pals.

“I don’t know that there’s a whole lot of animosity [between me and the rest of the cast],” Kim clarified. “I just [think] we all kind of have our own separate lives … or at least I do.”

Though her experience on the show put her off Housewives for good, it hasn’t soured her for all reality TV. You can expect Kim and her hubbyKroy Biermann, to give us another raucous season of their show, Don’t Be Tardysuper soon — it premieres on February 17!