Last week, Minaj, 33, expressed disapproval over how Abraham, 24, treats her mother Debra Danielson. The rapper called Abraham a "c-nt," while the reality TV star-turned-porn star dubbed Minaj a "rerun watching ignorant minion."
Following Snoop Dogg and Whitley's humorous skit, Khloe, 31 discussed the fight with her guests, including Aisha Tyler, who believes Abraham won the fight since she "stayed gracious until the end."
That's when Jenner voiced her opinion on the subject.
"I don't really agree with a lot of Farrah's decisions in life. That's why I'd say I'm on Nicki's side," the 20-year-old supermodel admitted.
"I'm Team Nicki all day every day," Khloe agreed.
Abraham clearly didn't appreciate being mocked and criticized, so she took to Twitter on Thursday to slam Jenner.
Abraham posted a throwback Kardashian/Jenner Christmas card on which she Photoshopped Kim Kardashian's ex-boyfriend "Ray J" Norwood saying, "I made this whole family famous with my d-ck!!!" Abraham captioned the picture, "#Lifechoices @KendallJenner @HollywoodLife."
Jenner has yet to respond.
Abraham is referring to the sex tape Kim had made with Ray J, who starred in two seasons of For the Love of Ray J on VH1. Kim and Ray J. began dating and made the home sex video in 2003 but split three years later. The tape was subsequently released by Vivid Entertainment in February 2007 and launched Kim into the media spotlight.
After Vivid bought the rights to the video for $1 million and released it, Kim sued the company for ownership of the tape. However, she ended up dropping the lawsuit in late April 2007, ultimately settling with Vivid for $5 million. Her sex tape sales skyrocketed after the public learned of her pregnancy with now-husband Kanye West's baby North.
The sex tape isn't one of Kim's proudest moments. In fact, she told British GQ magazine in September 2014 she'd never make the same mistake twice. About The Author:Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.