“Teen Mom OG” star Farrah Abraham will not let Nicki Minaj have the final word. The two got into a Twitter battle Sunday after the “Anaconda” rapper criticized Abraham for the way she treats her mother. After accusing Minaj’s brother of being a “rapist,” Abraham said the rapper was just looking for attention by calling her out on social media, Abraham told Hollywood Life Monday.

Abraham, 24, was shocked Minaj, 33, called her out in the first place. “I thought when my press team sent me her tweets directed at me I asked ‘did someone hack her account?’ ” she told Hollywood Life. “I was in disbelief of the disgusting language she was choosing to use toward me, given I would think she would know editing doesn’t show what led up to my disagreements with my mom at the time.

“I’m above and better than her using me to get attention,” the reality star added. “She’s clearly in the wrong.”

This will apparently be the last time Abraham talks about the matter. "I have no intentions of wasting a further word on her. Keep watching my reruns Nicki and help your bro not rape people,” the “Teen Mom OG” star said. “I want to stay away from her and her family.”

In December, Minaj’s brother, Jelani Maraj, 37, was charged with first-degree rape of a child younger than 13 and first-degree sexual conduct against a child, the New York Post wrote. He was released on $100,000 bail, and it’s not clear if he entered a plea.

After their battle, Abraham said she doesn’t want her daughter, Sophia, to listen to Minaj’s music: “... I no longer will Allow my daughter to listen or watch her music.”

As far as Minaj writing a potential diss track about her, Abraham said she would take it as a compliment: “I’d be flattered I’m still on her mind to be put in one of her songs.”

Minaj was apparently inspired to attack Abraham after she watched reruns of “Teen Mom OG.” Season 6 of the hit MTV show airs Mondays at 10 p.m. EST.

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