NeNe Leakes Mocks Kenya Moore's 'Fake' Appearance, Says Bravo Should Fire 'RHOA' Co-Star (VIDEO)

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(PHOTO) REUTERS/Jason Szenes"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star NeNe Leakes

"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star NeNe Leakes recently took another dig at her co-star Kenya Moore in the wake of reports of a violent brawl involving Porsha Stewart.

On Thursday, Moore made a 911 call to police claiming Stewart assaulted her at The Biltmore Hotel in Atlanta where they were filming the season 6 reunion show. Leakes, who clashed with Moore throughout the season, was recently asked about the alleged assault incident and the Bravo TV star made it clear that she is on Stewart's side.

"Kenya stupid. She need to fix her fake booty," Leakes told on Tuesday.

Stewart, who finalized her divorce from her former husband Kordell last year, has been at odds with Moore since joining the hit reality TV show in season 5. The reality star reportedly snapped during the reunion show taping over allegations that she was the former NFL star's "beard" during their two-year marriage.

"They did get into an altercation. Porsha stood up, so then Kenya stood up," one source told Us magazine.

"Porsha charged at Kenya and pulled her hair, but it was over in a matter of seconds," the source revealed with another clarifying that "Porsha never dragged her by her hair ... Andy [Cohen] and a producer jumped in and then security came."

Insiders claim Stewart is now on the chopping block as producers believe her storyline is lacking and Leakes weighed in on the axing rumors before again taking aim at Moore.

(PHOTO) Reuters/Fred Prouse'Real Housewives of Atlanta' star Kenya Moore

"She shouldn't get kicked off," Leakes said. "What they need to do is kick Kenya's fake booty off."

The "Dancing With The Stars" contestant's remarks come days after Moore ridiculed her during an interview. The former Miss USA was asked whether she was interested in watching Leakes on ABC's dance competition show.

"I'll turn it on if I want to go to sleep," Moore told In Touch magazine.