Omarosa Manigault Newman clapped back at Robin Roberts after the Good Morning Americahost took a dig at her on Thursday's show, telling Inside Edition that her comments were "petty" and akin to "a black woman civil war."

The White House public liaison and assistant to the president, who is leaving her post on Jan. 20, had told GMA's Michael Strahan, "When I can tell my story — and it is a profound story — I know the world will want to hear."

Later, a skeptical Roberts commented, "She said she has a story to tell? I'm sure she'll be selling that story."

Then she invoked Friday's classic two-word dismissal for persons unlikely to be missed by anyone: "Bye, Felicia."

For anyone unfamiliar with the expression, we'll let its inventor, Ice Cube, explain: "It's the phrase to get ANYBODY out of your face that's saying something stupid."