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'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Stars Sheree And Marlo Battle In Cape Town (VIDEO)

First Posted: 01/30/2012 5:10 am Updated: 01/30/2012 9:42 am

Most of "The Real Housewives Of Atlanta" (Sun., 9 p.m. EST on Bravo) took a trip to South Africa on Sunday night's episode (Kim Zolciak stayed home). Perhaps unsurprisingly, they proved incapable of just having a good time in Cape Town, and and it didn't take long before the bickering and trash-talking broke out.

NeNe Leakes recently found out about Marlo Hampton's prison past -- she did six months in county jail after what she referred to as "an altercation with a young lady" -- but that didn't stop Sheree Whitfield from getting into the mother of all bizarre slanging matches with Marlo.

Sheree was going to a dinner party at a friend's house in Cape Town and she invited most of the "Housewives" to go too, excluding NeNe and Marlo.

NeNe didn't seem bothered by being left off the guest list, but Marlo just exploded. Given her past history in "altercations," it looked for awhile like this battle would go down the familiar route of wig-pulling, cursing and/or table-flipping. However, it went in another direction entirely.

Once the familiar shopping and finance-related insults had been hurled, the two women descended into fake crying jags and speaking in pure gibberish.

The mayhem continues on "The Real Housewives Of Atlanta" each Sunday at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo.

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