Nicki Minaj has engaged into another Twitter feud after she called the "Teen Mom OG" star Farrah Abraham a "c---" while watching reruns of the MTV show. Now, new reports claimed that the reality actress does not want the rapper's videos influencing her daughter Sophia, 6.

"I'm no longer allowing Sophia to watch Nicki Minaj videos," Farrah exclusively stated to Us Weekly following the online beef that made headlines on Sunday. "I've already had a constant battle with Sophia [over the videos]. It's inappropriate to imitate Nicki Minaj dance moves." Abraham also argues that Minaj's image makes young girls "[think] they need to have big butts to be attractive."

Farrah revealed that Sophia is a huge fan of Nicki that she even asked her mother for an introduction to the "Pinkprint" musician. "Sophia wanted to meet Nicki Minaj to ask if her butt was real and how she can get a big butt," the reality mom added on.

After learning about the negative tweets against her, Farrah said that everything has gotten out of control. She also said that she will no longer support Nicki in any of her songs or videos after she ignorantly stated negative and disgusting remarks about her daughter, her mother and to her.

Farrah received a myriad of comments online after a clip of her from "Teen Mom OG" was aired during the show's season premiere on January 4. The reality star, in the clip, got into a fight with her mom Debra, who she asked to take care of Sophia while she's out of the country for work.

The argument between the two bright Debra to tears. Farrah then received a lot of backlash from viewers after Sophie was seen slapping her while she shouted at her mom.

"She was like bitch go do some porn & leave gramma alone," Nicki responded via Twitter when a fan noted to the rapper that Sophia was slapping her own mother. On her part, Farrah said that she will always defend herself and will definitely not afraid to voice out when someone have already crossed line.

"I will not put up with [negativity]. I'm not in porn," the reality star said in a statement. "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."