Brielle Biermann says she’s on the receiving end of suggestive Instagram messages from several non-single famous men, including two in the Bravo family.
“There are some very interesting direct messages, actually, from a lot of different people,” the 25-year-old daughter of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum Kim Zolciak shared in Monday’s episode of the “Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef” podcast.
According to Biermann, these social media flirts — “who are married or have a girlfriend” — include “two people from Bravo” and “a bunch of other ones” who are “very well-known.”
When asked about the content of the DMs, the reality TV scion replied, “‘Hi, you’re so beautiful.’ Or they’ll send me one of my posts and be like, ‘Wow.’ Or they’ll just send me an emoji.”
Though she insisted she doesn’t “respond” or “reply,” Biermann said the attempts at communication make her uncomfortable.
“The fact that they’re sending an emoji, they’re saying hi, like, bothers me,” she explained. “‘Cause if my man ever did that to somebody, I’d be f–king like, ‘We’re done. Bye! Have fun with them.'”
The “Don’t Be Tardy” alum added, “I want to tell someone so bad, but I just can’t ’cause I don’t trust anybody with that type of information. … I don’t wanna expose or hurt anybody.”
However, there is one person she trusts: her mom. Biermann revealed she has confided in Zolciak, 44, about a few of her — shall we say — adoring fans and that the two are stumped over “one person in particular that will just not leave [Biermann] alone.”
“We don’t know what to do here. Like, I don’t want to ruin a marriage or relationship, but I’m not responding — I’ve never responded — but it won’t stop,” she told podcaster David Yontef, adding, “We’re just like, ‘I cannot believe the balls these men have.'”
The KAB Cosmetics co-founder clarified that her most relentless secret suitor is “not from Bravo” — and not Alex Rodriguez — but he is famous.
“Like, if you don’t respond, that’s almost stalking — if you just keep getting DMs,” she said. “People are weird. I don’t get it. Like, what do they think? That they’re never going to get caught?”
To make matters even more bizarre, Biermann said two of the men who live in her DMs have girlfriends who follow her.
“I’ll go to [the guy’s] page, and I’ll see, like, make sure their girlfriend is — is she gone? Like, how long ago were these pictures?” she explained. “And I’ll go to her page, and it says, ‘Follow back.’ And I’m like, here we go — it’s probably how they found me.”
It doesn’t sound like Machine Gun Kelly is among the well-known individuals using the internet to pursue Biermann because she told Yontef that she’d welcome the rocker’s advance — especially if it involved his fiancée, Megan Fox.
“I would take both of them for a night,” Biermann divulged.