If you’re seeking drama, Teen Mom OG just might fulfill your drama queen dreams. The reality TV show has given birth to a multitude of drama-prone celebrities, including Farrah Abraham. Most recently, Farrah amped up her own quota of OMG moments by feuding with Nicki Minaj. And to help, Abraham brought her 6-year-old daughter, Sophia, to the feud party, reported Us Weekly.
Sophia possesses her very own Twitter account, and she (possibly with the help of Farrah) shared a Snapchat video attacking Nicki on behalf of Abraham.
“Hi, everybody!” chirps the 6-year-old in the video. “Nicki Minaj is a total loser.”
In addition to the verbal slam, the clip from the daughter of Farrah includes a lecture directed at the rapper.
“Nicki Minaj Don’t say bad WORDS, I don’t,” reads the video caption.
But not all of the followers of Sophia and Farrah were charmed.
“@SophiaLAbraham @F1abraham @NICKIMINAJ This is an all time low, you brought a 6yo child into ur drama, why does she even have an account???” demanded one such Twitter user.
However, the battle between Farrah, who is 24, and Minaj, who is 33, initially did not involve Sophia. Instead, the feud was kick-started by Nicki, who apparently was viewing Teen Mom OG when she decided to tweet her view that Abraham acted like a “c**t” to Debra, Farrah’s mother.
The Twitter wars began and included some slams from Minaj regarding how Abraham once was an adult film star for the world of porn. Farrah then responded by informing Us about her new rules for her daughter.
“I’m no longer allowing Sophia to watch Nicki Minaj videos,” declared Abraham. “I’ve already had a consistent battle with Sophia [over the videos]. It’s inappropriate to imitate Nicki Minaj dance moves. Sophia wanted to meet Nicki Minaj to ask if her butt was real and how she can get a big butt. It’s gotten out of control.”
While that’s how Farrah feels, her mom, Debra Danielsen, has a very different take on it. Debra co-owns Mom & Me Foods, and she used that Twitter account to contact Nicki.
Farrah Abraham’s Mother Joins Twitter War
“@ddanielsen @F1abraham @SophiaLAbraham We love you @NICKIMINAJ! Sophia loves signing [sic] to your videos and loves your style! xoxo,” tweeted Danielsen.
Ouch. Abraham made it clear that she was angry in her text to her mom, which Farrah shared on social media.
“Did you write this? Asked you a question,” texted the Teen Mom star.
Debra defended her comment.
“Yes. I did. I want her to know we are not fighting. We have no need to act ghetto baby. We are above that,” asserted Abraham’s mother.
Farrah made it clear that she was angry about the exchange.
“Stop your s–t on Facebook,” wrote Abraham.
In addition, Farrah blamed Nicki for her battle with Debra.
“prime example thank you @NICKIMINAJ for creating another issue with my mom your such a saint #ignorant #Done,” posted Abraham.
The other Teen Mom OG cast members steered clear of the drama until Amber Portwood decided to share her view.
“Omg now Farrah is feuding with @NICKIMINAJ..wth is going on anymore? Baffled honestly,” wrote Amber.
Teen Mom Star Catelynn Lowell Confesses Depression
While Farrah and Nicki duke it out on Twitter, another Teen Mom OG star, Catelynn Lowell, earned attention for a very different reason, reported Radar Online.
Although Catelynn welcomed her baby girl, Novalee, into the world over a year ago, Lowell revealed that she continues to struggle with postpartum depression. At 23, the Teen Mom star admitted that she has also experienced problems such as anxiety and panic attacks as well as depression. Catelynn has gone to a physician for her current issues.
“I didn’t really know and I still don’t know what’s going on with my postpartum,” admitted Lowell. “For a while I felt fine, but I’ve always suffered from depression, anxiety and panic attacks.”
While turning to antidepressants prescribed by her doctor, Catelynn also expressed her appreciation to Tyler Baltierra, her husband, for his support.
“Tyler is my backbone and helps me a lot,” she revealed. “He pushes me and will make me do things like go for a walk so [the depression] goes away.”
Lowell described her depression as a “daily struggle,” revealing that she noticed it about nine months following the birth of her daughter.
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