Farrah Abraham has spoken out about the feud brewing between herself and Nicki Minaj, who took to Twitter recently to bash the Teen Mom star with some colorful language.
Abraham says that her 6-year old daughter has looked up to Nicki for a while now and begs her mom to watch Nicki’s music videos, even attempting to mimic her suggestive dances. All that is done now, Farrah says, after Nicki made explosive comments about the reality star and her family.
“I’m no longer allowing Sophia to watch Nicki Minaj videos. I’ve already had a constant battle with Sophia. It’s inappropriate to imitate Nicki Minaj dance moves…It’s gotten out of control. I will not support her music or videos, not after Nicki Minaj ignorantly has spoken negative and disgusting words about my daughter, my mother and myself,” Farrah told Us Weekly.
Minaj reportedly took to the social media site to share her views on Farrah and her family while watching the MTV show, saying, “Farrah is a c*** to her mother.” Afterward, Farrah responded on Twitter, leading to headlines about the two women and their feud.
— Farrah Abraham (@F1abraham) January 10, 2016
Instead of dragging your mother, learn the difference between "you're" & "your", ding bat
— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) January 10, 2016
Minaj isn’t the only one who is battling it out with Farrah these days; the young mother has issues with several of her co-stars, including Amber Portwood, even though Amber says they get along better than anyone else on the show. Amber said in a recent interview that she and Farrah have a mutual respect for one another.
“Me and Farrah Abraham, we have a respect for each other. We understand each other. We know how we are, how we can be. You can’t act like you don’t know how Farrah is and you can’t act like you don’t know how I am. That’s our relationship,” Amber Portwood said. “Sometimes we’ve connected outside of Teen Mom. She’s sent me presents for me and Boo-Boo. People don’t know this, but she’s not this horrible person. She’s Farrah. She’s been this way. Let’s stop acting like we don’t know who she is.”