One day after engaging in a Twitter tirade with Nicki Minaj, Farrah Abraham says she’ll no longer let her daughter Sophia watch the rapper’s music videos.

Minaj, 33, called the Teen Mom OG star ‘a c**t’ after watching the January 4 season premiere of the MTV series in which Abraham, 24, got into a fight with her mother.

‘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, the single mom told Us Weekly on Monday.

‘I’m no longer allowing Sophia to watch Nicki Minaj videos,’ Abraham continued. ‘It’s inappropriate to imitate Nicki Minaj dance moves.’

She also told Us Weekly that Minaj wants young girls to believe that ‘they need to have big butts to be attractive.’

In the clip from the Teen Mom OG episode, Abraham reduces her mom to tears in the argument as Sophia slaps her mom as she’s shouting at the little girl’s grandmother.

When one of the Anaconda performer’s Twitter followers noted that Abraham’s daughter was fighting back, the singer wrote: ‘She(Sophia) was like b**ch go do some porn & leave gramma alone.’

The reality star responded by defending herself to the magazine insisting she is ‘not in porn.’

‘My sex tape was four years ago, and I’ve very much changed. I want nothing to do with Nicki Minaj or her family, or her tearing other women down so she can get attention by watching Teen Mom OG reruns, she said.

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The 24-year-old said she is currently working hard to improve her relationship with her mother and viewers of her MTV series will see them in therapy together during the new season.

Chrissy Teigen took to her Twitter on Sunday, giving her thoughts on the feud.

She tweeted: ‘Nick Minaj vs Farrah Abraham is not something I knew I so badly wanted before.’

Hit back: Abraham was quick to respond to Minaj's criticism with some tweets of her own on Sunday


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