Farrah Abraham blasts Nicki Minaj for being a bad example for young girls
Farrah Abraham and her daughter Sophia feel very differently about Nicki Minaj. While one of them has been having a full-on Twitter feud with Minaj, the other is actually a major fan.
On Sunday, Minaj called out Abraham for being disrespectful to her mother, and the pair engaged in a heated Twitter clash. But now Abraham is opening up about Minaj, and how she intends to ban her daughter from watching her music videos.
"I'm no longer allowing Sophia to watch Nicki Minaj videos," Abraham exclusively told Us Weekly. "I've already had a constant battle with Sophia [over the videos]. It's inappropriate to imitate Nicki Minaj dance moves."
But that's not all. Abraham even went so far as to suggest that Minaj is a bad influence on young girls, saying that her image makes them "[think] they need to have big butts to be attractive."
In fact, Abraham's daughter was such a fan of Minaj and her buns that she allegedly wanted to meet her to inquire about them.
"Sophia wanted to meet Nicki Minaj to ask if her butt was real and how she can get a big butt," Abraham continued. "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."
While fans and critics alike appeared to take Minaj's side after the feud, Abraham insists she is not the one who was out of line.
"I will always voice when someone is out of line," Abraham told the publication. "I will not put up with [negativity]. I'm 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."