Porn Star Farrah Abraham's Latest Clap Back at Nicki Minaj Hits a New Low

The Teen Mom star is truly getting desperate.

Yesterday, Teen Mom alum and porn star Farrah Abraham banned her daughter from watching Nicki Minaj videos after an epic social media feud with the femcee, but that isn't stopping the reality star from dragging her 6-year-old into her clap back.
Abraham's latest post attacking Minaj truly hit a new low. In a video posted to Abraham's daughter Sophia's Twitter page (yes, her toddler has a Twitter account), the little girl says, "Nicki Minaj is a total loser."

Farrah and Nicki's behavior in this crazy feud has been bad enough, but dragging a child into it is unforgivable. The reality star seems to care more about getting attention than the well-being of her child.
The whole debacle started when Nicki criticized Abraham's parenting style and called her out for disrespecting her own mother, Debra. "Your mother didn't open her legs and have that child," Minaj tweeted. "Be happy she's helping! Stop talking to her like that on tv u lil c**t @F1abraham."

The Teen Mom star clapped back, tweeting, "Cause your [sic] a parent right? Your videos look like porn. Horrible good luck being negative #Godbless busy making TV."

Unfortunately, the reality star didn't stop there. After a barrage of angry tweets, Abraham went all the way in when she wrote, "She's dead to me... that mess," before saying that the rapper needs to focus on her "rapist brother."

Nicki, meanwhile, has moved on to other things. Get up to speed on the exchange with BET Breaks above: is your No. 1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music.

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