Ariana Biermann Reacts to Mom Kim Zolciak's 'RIP' Instagram Post About Kroy Biermann

Ariana Biermann had a "heart attack" seeing the latest drama surrounding Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann's divorce.

Ariana Biermann had a "heart attack" seeing the misleading Instagram post her mom, Kim Zolciak, made about ex Kroy Biermann. The 22-year-old Don't Be Tardy star took to TikTok on April 23 to share her shocked reaction, just hours after the Real Housewives of Atlanta star shared a black-and-white photo with her estranged husband captioned, "RIP."

If fans followed Zolciak's clickbait post that alluded to Kroy's death, they found an unrelated CeleBuzz story about celebrities who died last year. After confirming that Kroy is alive and well, Ariana said in her video, "You guys, I had about a damn heart attack when I went on my Instagram. I physically don't have any f-ing words." Speechless for much of the video, Ariana repeated, "What?!" before asking her followers, "What would you do in this situation?"

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"Secondhand embarrassment stays through the roof," she continued. "Let's see what's coming next week." Seemingly addressing her mom, Ariana stammered, "I love you but I just like – my heart, like, tugging. Like, no, the f-?"

Zolciak and Kroy's contentious split has been playing out in the public eye as well as in court since they filed in May 2023 to end their 12-year marriage. The Bravo star described their relationship as "irretrievably broken with no hope of reconciliation" in her divorce filing. Just two months later in July, the couple decided to reconcile, expressing they wanted to give their marriage another shot for their children. Zolciak and Kroy share four kids – Kroy Jagger, 12, Kash Kade, 11, and twins Kaia Rose and Kane Ren, 10 – and Kroy adopted Zolciak's daughters from a previous marriage, Ariana and 27-year-old Brielle, when they blended their families.

Despite their hopes of reconciliation, Kroy filed for divorce again just a month later, declaring that the marriage was "irretrievably broken." Amid the divorce battle, Kroy and Zolciak have been dealing with financial struggles as well. In September, Kroy claimed in court documents that the two are "financially destitute," with the IRS placing a lien on their Georgia mansion for unpaid taxes in the amount of $1.1 million. Kroy requested that the court grant him permission to sell the home, which has since been put on the market, as it is "the only asset the parties have is the marital residence and they are facing foreclosure on the home for a second time."