Reality star Brandi Glanville continues her feud with singer LeAnn Rimes, dissing the latter's songwriting skills and new album in an interview with In Touch.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member commented on Rimes latest album Spitfire, which goes on sale June 4. The album has tracks that reference Glanville after Rimes stole her former husband, Eddie Cibrian. He and Rimes had an affair while he was married to Glanville. The married couple eventually divorced because of infidelity and Cibrian has since wed Rimes.

Glanville told the magazine that writing about tearing apart a family is not the way to attract buyers.

"LeAnn has a great voice, but she needs to work on her songwriting. I'm surprised it's so bad," she said. "She's not going to win any fans by writing a song about breaking up a family. It's old news - no one wants to hear you cry over getting everything you wanted."

Glanville's comments directly addressed lyrics from a song on the album titled Borrowed, which reads, "I know you're not mine, only borrowed / 'Cause you already belong to her, at least, you said so / But I'm starting to believe it ain't the whole truth."
The reality star continued: "If LeAnn wants her career back, she needs better lyrics. These are the worst songs I've ever heard. No one wants to listen to this!"

On Tuesday, Glanville tweeted that Rimes should "mind her business" after the latter got involved in an incident involving Cibrian. The children he and Glanville share where at his house but she was unable to reach them on the phone. When she got frustrated she took to Twitter to get Cibrian's attention. Rimes seemingly got involved and called "twitter rants so 2012," Glanville then got insulted and slammed back. 

"I tweeted the father of my boys Mon night after trying to reach them for an hour.I dont know Y ANY1 else tweeted me back with involvment," she tweeted.

"The kids called me 1 minute after that tweet #therealtruth," she added. "Im so sick of BS lies I tweeted EC not his wife she should mind her business."