In the premiere episode of Kocktails with Khloé, the show wrapped up with a hilarious segment titled “Khloé’s Kocktail Theater” in which two of the celebrity guests acted out the now-infamous Twitter feud between Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham and rapper Nicki Minaj. Playing the part of Nicki was actress Kym Whitley, and, after yelling “I wanna be the teen mom!”, the part of Farrah Abraham was given to Snoop Dogg.
Kym was wonderfully over-the-top with her reading of Nicki’s tweets, although she had to substitute the word cupcake for the other word starting with “cu” that Nicki seemed so fond of when talking about Farrah.
Snoop donned a wig and, for some reason, adapted what sounded like an Indian accent for his portrayal of Farrah. Words cannot not do justice to this surreal event — you have to hop over to the fyi website and watch it for yourself! The “Khloé’s Kocktail Theater” scene is in the last segment of the show.
After the artful reading of tweets, Khloé’s guests weighed in on who they thought won the Twitter Thunderdome dual. Comedian (and Starcasm #WomanCrushWhenever) Aisha Tyler said she thought Farrah was the victor because she “remained gracious throughout.”
Kendall Jenner had a different take. “I don’t really agree with a lot of Farrah’s decisions in life,” she said. “So, that’s why I would just say I am on Nicki’s side.”
Kendall’s comment did not escape the all-knowing, all-seeing eye of Farrah, who took to Twitter to share an uncensored version of this rather unflattering Kardashian meme featuring Ray J, which Farrah captioned with the hashtag #lifechoices:
Kendall has yet to respond.
Be sure to catch more “Khloé’s Kocktail Theater” (I hope!), as well as more drinks and more fun with new episodes of Kocktails with Khloé airing Wednesday nights at 10/9c on fyi!
UPDATE – Farrah responded to the feud reenactment with more shade and perhaps enough non-graciousness to convert Aisha Tyler to #TeamNicki:
Flattered that @SnoopDogg played me on @FYI I look forward to my own talk show when this one gets canceled. We need better shows ?? cheers