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Farrah Abraham has a little model on her hands.

The controversial reality star took her first grade daughter to New York Fashion Week and 6-year-old Sophia saw a future.

"This is Sophia's first Fashion Week," the MTV Teen Mom OG star told Us Weekly. "She's like, 'Mom, I want to do this more and I want to do more modeling.'"

Farrah's mini me was supposed to walk the runway at a kid's show during the uber-popular fashion extravaganza, but she missed rehearsals. Still, she and mama were there to witness the mini models front and center, and it inspired Sophia.

"Sophia is really professional," Farrah said. "I'm not surprised because I know how well behaved my daughter is and I'm so thankful. Bless me!"

Farrah has often bragged about her daughter's looks and even got headshots for her just after she turned 5 years old, but Farrah insists she doesn't have any "momager" skills in her.

"If my daughter says she doesn't like something, I don't do it," she said in a slight dig to the Kardsashian/Jenner matriarch, Kris Jenner. "It's up to Sophia."

Farrah, of course, isn't one to bite her tongue, and she's often feuded with some of the biggest stars in the business. She once dissed Kendall Jenner after she sided with Nicki Minaj, one of Farrah's most famous twitter feuds.

Most of the beef between Farrah and Nicki centered on how the mother of one treated her mom in an episode of "Teen Mom." Most of their barbs aren't fit for print.

"She was like b---- go do some porn & leave gramma alone," Nicki said, following it with another tweet saying, "Stop talking to her like that likeā€¦" Nicki, though, continued the tweet by using an incredibly defamatory term toward Farrah.

Farrah didn't take the criticism well, tweeting back at Nicki, "Cause your parent right? Your videos look like porn. Horrible good luck being negative #Godbless busy making TV."

At New York Fashion Week, Farrah refused to apologize for the social media sparring.

"I'm just about social justice," she said. "Amen to women like me!"