The 25-year-old television personality spoke out Monday on Twitter after Abraham slammed him and their Teen Mom OG co-stars following this week's episode.
"In order for her to really insult me, I would first need to value her opinion and the lion does not dwell on the opinions of sheep," he wrote.
Abraham had said in a tweet Monday that Baltierra won't "admit" that he's gay. She also commented about Baltierra's wife, Catelynn Lowell, and co-stars Amber Portwood and Maci Bookout.
"I'm just happy amber stays In bed, Maci sits on the couch, Catelynn smokes weed in her car. Tyler's gays still doesn't admit it," the 26-year-old television personality wrote.
"I travel the world & know how to run businesses #teenmom @mtv all I can say is #WOW," she said of herself.
I’m just happy amber stays In bed, Maci sits on the couch, Catelynn smokes weed in her car , Tyler’s gays still doesn’t admit it, I travel the world & know how to run businesses #teenmom @mtv all I can say is #WOW pic.twitter.com/dg8K3iTOzC— Farrah Abraham (@F1abraham) December 19, 2017
Baltierra and Lowell, who share 2-year-old daughter Novalee, married in August 2015. Baltierra praised Lowell in an earlier tweet Monday following reports the 25-year-old star is seeking treatment for suicidal thoughts.
"My wife is incredibly strong & courageous. She inspires me to just be a better human being all around & I'm honored to share my life with such a selfless soul," he gushed. "I love her so much & can't wait for her to be home! #CatelynnStrong."
Lowell and Abraham came to fame on the MTV series 16 & Pregnant before starring on Teen Mom. Abraham, who often clashes with Lowell and her co-stars, claimed in October that she was "fake" fired from the show.