The Brandi Glanville-LeAnn Rimes Twitter feud continues--this time over who is the mother of two boys. The tweeting war started this time because Rimes called her stepsons "my boys" in a tweet on Friday.
On Nov. 30, Rimes tweeted: "Flying out with my boys in a few hrs. Love that it's a family tour weekend. It's always more fun when they are with me."
The singer also added: "It was a last minute family trip. The best kind!"
The singer was talking about Glanville's two sons -Mason, 8, and Jake, 5-whom she had with her ex-husband Eddie Cibrian, who is now married to Rimes.
Glanville, who stars in "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," didn't take Rimes' tweet too kindly because she referred to them as "my boys" and not as her "stepsons." The 40-year-old reality star fired back at Rimes on Dec. 1:
"Someone is trying 2 get under my skin by calling MY children "her boys" Sooo transparent! They R MY boys, Eddie Boys and ur step-sons… 4 now," Glanville tweeted to her 157,000 followers.
She also said, "Im taking a moment from twitter to breathe and punch some pillows."
Glanville later retweeted a fan's post which asked why it was okay for Rimes to "whore out" the reality star's kids when they can't appear on the show "Real Housewives."
While on vacation, Rimes, 30, tweeted photos of Mason and Jake along with their father.
Glanville also took offense that her son was riding his bicycle without a helmet, tweeting: "a friend just sent me a video of MY 5 yr old riding his bike on a busy st without his training wheels & without a F*****G Helmet."
Rimes shot back: "@brandiglanville really, he's not in a st. It's in our neighborhood, and you know it. It's on the dirt."
To round out the Twitter feud, Rimes followed up with the post to her more than 341,000 followers: "I'm going to bed as one of the most blessed girls in the world. I am so grateful for all the love I have in my heart and in my life."
The last Twitter feud between Glanville and Rimes took place when the reality star called the singer a "hypocrite" following her admission into rehab.
Glanville has not made her ill-feelings toward Rimes a secret. She said she wanted to kill Rimes when the singer showed up at her boys' soccer game
"My blood was boiling, and I thought I was going to kill her," Glanville told RadarOnline.com. "I really thought I was going to physically hurt her. … She was sitting in my soccer chair, under my tent. She's got my kid on her lap, and she's with my husband, and that was that little moment of total irrational fury."