Farrah Abraham Mom-Shames at Coachella: At Least I’M a Good Parent!

Look, everybody knows that Farrah Abraham is wild and wacky and all that. It’s not new information at this point, not by a long shot.

But still, sometimes the things that come out of her mouth are just so insane that you can’t help but stop and appreciate it.

Like, how is it even possible for her to be as delusional as she is sometimes?

Does she just lack all self-awareness? Is she perpetually confused? Is there some Farrah who is capable of acting like a normal human being in an alternate universe and we accidentally got this one?

It’s hard to understand how Farrah is so Farrah-like, but here we are.

And man, this nonsense she’s spouting now is something else …

See, Farrah and her poor daughter Sophia are out in Palm Springs right now for Coachella.

Over the weekend, Farrah shared some photos of herself at the festival, promoting different products like her life depended on it — though now that she’s done with Teen Mom, her livelihood almost definitely depends on it.

In one of the photos, she and Sophia posed with some products at Sephora, apparently leading some people to wonder if that dynamic mother-daughter duo would be doing Coachella together.

But Farrah needs you to know that that is not the case.

In an interview with Us Weekly, Farrah said that Sophia is “just so fun!”, and that “we have henna, we have braids, it’s like a girl party everyday.”

“I mean, these are the moments right now that I love. I couldn’t trade it for anything else.”

That’s pretty sweet, right?

But since the interview was actually done at Coachella, she felt the need to add that Sophia was in bed, not in attendance.

“I just have to say,” she told the magazine, “I’m sorry, the inner-mom and the critical parent in me is like, I’m at the Coachella festival and I have to say, when I see a newborn, I honestly don’t think it’s a safe place for children.”

“That’s why my daughter’s at a resort, enjoying the pools and the country club with a nanny.”

She explained that the area is “so serene and beautiful,” but “I don’t think that Coachella, with drugs and psychedelic sh-t, is safe for a kid to be around.”

“I kind of question when I was reading on my way here, I was reading that some parents are saying, ‘Yeah, bring your kids! It’s fun for the kids.'”

Just so she’s perfectly clear, she added “I honestly don’t think it’s safe for kids, so I have to disagree.”

So this is Farrah Abraham discussing what is and is not a safe, healthy environment for children.

Farrah Abraham.

On Teen Mom, Farrah often left baby Sophia unattended in dangerous situations — around stairs without gates, for instance.

She left Sophia on her bed as an infant (she fell off), and she also left her in the kitchen sink during a bath (she turned on the hot water and burned herself).

She waxed her eyebrows when she was a toddler, and she once said that it was healthy for them to spend time apart at that age so they could each do their own thing.

She let Sophia around her own mother, Debra Danielsen, when she sobbed and threatened to kill herself.

She’s said that Debra was abusive, but she’s left Sophia with her for weeks at a time.

Just last week, she brought her along when she got butt injections, and she even got her to film the occasion.

This is just a very, very short list of things that Farrah has done, but sure, bringing a kid to Coachella is the worst thing you could do as a parent, and she’s totally fit to criticize you for it.

This girl


Farrah Abraham: Actually I AM Coming Back to Teen Mom!

Just days after claiming that Teen Mom OG ratings are down because she was fired, Farrah is taking pity on the show that she believes is on its last leg — by speaking to Dr. Drew for the reunion special.

Now, she’s taken to Instagram to explain why she’s appearing, however, indirectly, on the show that she is suing for millions of dollars for wrongful termination.

There’s a lot of word salad. This is Farrah we’re talking about.

“On last HOORAH with FARRAH @teenmom @mtv April 23rd.”

It’s worth noting that most people probably don’t pronounce hoorah in a way that rhymes with Farrah, but some do. Either way, good effort.

“It’s been a great 10 year era of Farrah for Teen Mom I always make the most out of life.”

Note that she’s not saying that it’s been a great decade for her. She’s saying that the era of her has been great for the show.

Farrah’s assessments are always … breathtaking.

“And I’m so blessed I got to be that fighter, the strong women, the honest single parent, showing motherhood can be glamorous, Joy, happiness, memories & no regrets.”

“Life is a challenge but to be an advocate for a young innocent child,lead, guide, love, succeed, and give it your all is amazing, a once in a life time surprise.”

That kind of depends upon how many children you have.

She then goes on to extol her own accomplishments:

“I’m blessed I graduated high school early, graduated college with 2 degrees, started 3 companies, have an international brand from all the support. …”

Farrah’s list of claims to fame continues:

“… Became a new York times best selling author, became [an] actress, became the best Farrah I can be, & travel the globe with my daughter.”

Farrah reminds her fans and followers that, despite all of her achievements, she comes from humble origins.

“I started all of this from Council Bluffs Iowa.”

She may be forgetting that humble origins are kind of assumed … because she’s famous for becoming a mother as a teenager.

“I hope my start into my adult self from teenager to adulthood shows you as it showed me I can achieve for more [than] I could ever imagine.”

That is one hell of a sentence. It belongs in a gallery somewhere.

“God is amazing and we have not one or no thing can get in the way of our life destiny to be great!”

Another gold-star Farrah sentence.

“Life is beautiful & I’m thankful I was the (1) out of 10 teen moms statistically to over come the challenges and struggles of teen parenthood.”

That is … not a very kind thing to say about her costars.

But it does fit with her self-image, which seems to always drive her to need to see herself as the most successful at anything that she attempts.

“I want to add the struggles of being a teen parent were only half the struggles I felt.”

She then lists the other challenges that she faced.

“But the other struggles from production, being famous, being a leader, political immature s–t, the control & power trips from society really added more.”

Honestly, she might deserve some recognition for not once saying “hate crimes” during this entire rant.

“[And] I have to say I rose about all the evil and all the hate by focusing on myself, loving, growing and developing what’s next to better our world for future generations.”

Yes, Farrah is shaping the youth of tomorrow. Or something.

“I will always improve social causes and improve our world!”

This was all prompted by The Ashley‘s report that Farrah would sit down with Dr. Drew to talk about … well, her departure from the series that made her rich and famous. 

Farrah doesn’t really explain why she’s agreed to sit down for a segment that will air during the reunion special, but one wonders if she had intended to explain herself when she started.

As you can see from her post and from other things that she has written and said, sometimes Farrah’s thoughts take interesting twists and turns.

(That can happen to anyone, but Farrah in particular seems to generate word salad that has little rhyme or reason)

Perhaps she will speak a little more clearly when the world sees her chat with Dr. Drew.


Farrah Abraham Gets Butt Injections, Has Daughter Film It, Is Still the Worst

Warning: this is weird. This is really, really weird.

But we’re talking about Farrah Abraham, so hey, you probably figure that out already.

And if you happened to read the headline before mindlessly clicking on the photo of Farrah because you knew that whatever the story was about, it would be entertaining and ridiculous?

Well, then you know that we’re in for a wild and crazy time.

Before we get into it though, it feels important to note that Farrah has never really understood that Sophia is a child and not a tiny adult.

She was waxing Sophia’s eyebrows when she was three years old, and when she was four, she spent a lot of time away from her promoting her sex tape and getting heavy into the adult industry.

At the time, she explained that it was OK because Sophia “has her own life and is doing her own thing,” and “it’s healthy that we have a break” from each other.

Again, Sophia was four.

Farrah often has very adult conversations with her daughter present, and she pulled her out of school so she could “homeschool” her, which seems to have meant getting her into modeling and bringing her along to places she has no business being.

And that’s what we’re talking about now.

Farrah gets lots of plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures, just in case you missed the memo or if you haven’t seen her face in the past few years.

She gets vaginal rejuvenation, she’s had a few boob jobs, that sort of thing.

But this week, she decided to get some butt injections, you know, since summer is coming up and all.

Which would have been fine, but she went and brought poor Sophia along for her appointment.

And she brought her in there when she was actually getting the injections. And made her stand behind her. And film it.

As you can see in the video above, Sophia was right there to witness the whole thing, which is just not great.

The whole thing is basically an ad, so we won’t bother transcribing the video — it’s just information about the injections, pretty boring stuff.

She did use a “mom life” hashtag in her caption though, which is pretty precious.

But obviously the thing everyone is zeroing in on with this video isn’t the injections or the details about the procedure or anything like that — it’s long-suffering Sophia there in the back.

Farrah injections

And boy, do people have a lot of feelings about it.

“Your daughter should not think she has to do this stuff to her body,” one person told her. “Keep her mind like a child as long as you can which u don’t.”

Can’t argue that.

Someone told her that she’s “the most disgraceful role model to that little girl,” and another said that “teaching your daughter about ruining her body at such a young age is very improper.”

“She doesn’t see the damage she’s causing to her child, consumed by money and greed,” one of Farrah’s followers wrote. “Sad.”

Believe it or not — just kidding, you’ll definitely believe it — there were several, several comments about how someone should call child protective services over this video.

Don’t worry though, Farrah herself jumped in the comments to explain everything.

“This is non-invasive just like blood work or getting shots,” the former Teen Mom OG star said.

She added that the person doing the injections “did an amazing job and our children our curious so more power to Sophia learning about aesthetics and health.”

Does she … does she think that this is part of educating Sophia? Is this one of her homeschool activities?

Also, let’s take a moment to consider the fact that the woman who wrote “our children our curious” is in charge of this kid’s entire education.

As for Sophia herself, she commented on the video as well, writing “This was weird. I would do squats my momma.”

Is this not the most bizarre story you’ve ever heard?


Farrah Abraham: Teen Mom Ratings Are Down Because I Got Fired!

Plenty of fans tuned in to watch Farrah Abraham get fired.

But ratings seemed to decline a bit following that episode.

Farrah says that Teen Mom OG has now run its course — and people shoudl be more interested in the quality television programs that she’s going to come out with.

We’ll go into detail on Teen Mom ratings — with specific numbers and episodes — in a moment.

In an interview with RadarOnlineFarrah Abraham says that the falling Teen Mom ratings are to be expected. 

“It’s no surprise that the Teen Mom ratings went down since I’ve left.”

But she follows that with a message of … compassion, we think.

“I know that other families rely on this show for income and I hope it continues.”

That’s charitable of her, though she concludes that thought by saying:

“Even if it’s now run its course.”

Funny how she didn’t seem to think that the series was pointless when they were still paying her.

“MTV has really ruined what could be an amazing show.”

MTV created the show, but she explains how she believes that they “ruined” it.

“By bullying, ruining natural story lines, shaming, and interfering in the real lives of these parents and children.”

Honestly? We’re kind of impressed that she managed to avoid accusing anyone of “hate crimes.” That’s character development.

“I’m happy I separated myself.”

Wow, that sounds like a very creative way of saying “got fired.”

Farrah then talks about her hopes and dreams.

“I hope to produce and develop award-winning shows as my 10 years of experience has me confident of what our future needs.”

She doesn’t just mean her livestreamed sex shows, we think.

Brace yourselves for this next line:

“I am quality, authentic, real.”


She says that her future in television will reflect those qualities.

“And I will only create shows, films, and digital content that delivers that.”

TV By The Numbers has the ratings for Teen Mom OG, so these are the stats to which Farrah is referring.

The episode that featured Farrah’s long-awaited firing took place on March 12, and brought in 1,135,000 viewers.

In contrast, for the next episode, which did not feature Farrah, viewership dropped to 1,097,000 on March 19.

On March 26, 1,044,000 fans tuned in. On April 2, numbers were way down, with only 992,000 watching.

The season finale on April 9 did see those numbers rise again, with 1,250,000 viewers, finally surpassing the ratings of Farrah’s last day.

But that was a season finale.

Honestly? That dip in ratings looks significant, but it doesn’t really spell out the “decline” that Farrah seems to see.

It looks more like interest spiked, just like how more people start watching a soap opera when the show teases that a major character is about to die.

Just like how people will slow down on the road to see a trainwreck, they tuned in to watch Farrah get confronted about how she treats the show’s producers.

That doesn’t mean that her firing spells doom for the series, folks.

In other news, our advise for anyone seeking to find a romantic partner is this: find someone who describes you like Farrah Abraham describes herself.


Amber Portwood Throws Shade at Farrah Abraham: We’re Better Off Without Her!

It’s been almost five months since Farrah Abraham was fired from Teen Mom OG as a result of her continued refusal to quit performing in live-streaming sex shows.

We still don’t know what the show will look like without the famously unpredictable Farrah, but her number one rival Amber Portwood says fans can expect the TMOG to come back stronger than ever.

Amber spoke out on life after Farrah in an interview with In Touch this week and to the surprise of absolutely no one, she’s not exactly fiending for more Abraham in her life:

“We’re doing good without Farrah,” Amber told the tabloid this week.

Yes, it seems filming is under way, and Amber feels the whole process is going more smoothly without 

Of course, TMOG is unlike most other reality shows in that the cast spends very little time under the same roof, and their storylines mostly take place in separate states.

So it’s not not like Amber can really say for sure if the show will suffer in Farrah’s absence.

But apparently, the response she’s been seeing on social media leads Portwood to believe that fans are mostly in favor of the decision to kick Abraham to the curb:

“We still have our fans and some of them are really happy about it, so I can’t knock that,” Amber said.

Farra, of course, strongly disagrees:

“You could take all the girls on all the series, but none can bring or do as much as I do for the series,” she told Us Weekly in response to recent rumors that she would be replaced by Mackenzie McKee.

The crazy part is, Farrah might be right:

The most famous clash between Amber and Farrah came during a reunion show taping in 2016, when the ladies famously almost engaged in a physical altercation.

Things calmed down a bit in the months that followed, but there’s still a good deal of tension between the former co-stars.

Earlier this year, Farrah went off on the subject of Amber’s pregnancy, accusing her of pretending that it was a surprise and receiving a bonus from producers for getting knocked up:

Amber, just f–king admit you planned your pregnancy. Lmao this is so pathetic,” Abraham tweeted.

“F–K TEEN MOM! Enjoy the bonus for your new kid and pay your child support!”

We’re sure some fans are happy to see Farrah go – but it won’t be easy to find a replacement that can bring that level of drama.

Watch Teen Mom OG online to remind yourself just how bonkers the Farrah years could get.


Michael Abraham: Tyler Baltierra Lies! I Never Tried to Kick His Ass!

Last week, Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra appeared on Kailyn Lowry’s Coffee Convos podcast for a surprisingly candid interview that touched on a wide range of topics.

The portions in which Catelynn and Tyler discussed their desire to have another baby rightfully received the most attention, but there were plenty of gems hidden throughout the episode.

Take for example, Tyler’s account of his fight with Michael Abraham, father of former Teen Mom OG star and A-list cam girl, Farrah Abraham.

After describing Farrah’s family as “a whole different breed” (an apt statement, if ever there was one), Baltierra claimed that Michael challenged him to a physical fight on the set of a TMOG reunion special.

“Michael is actually a very interesting character,” Tyler said on the podcast.

“I never actually told anybody this but he physically got in my face and wanted to fight me about two reunions ago!”

Not one to take anything lying down (unless it’s verbal abuse from his daughter, in which case, he smiles and asks for more), Michael issued a statement to The Ashley’s Reality Roundup, in which he offered his side of the story:

“The reason why Tyler ‘never actually told anyone’ is because it NEVER HAPPENED,” Michael wrote.

“Everyone knows that if that would have happened the production company and MTV would have aired it as a public relations stunt. The world knows that MTV films everything and everybody at all reunion shows.”

We hate to say it, as Michael is generally not to be trusted, but that’s a pretty solid argument.

As for Tyler’s claim that the on-set security pushed Michael onto a couch, Abraham says that scuffle only took place in Tyler’s mind:

“I have NEVER been pushed down on a couch by security at any reunion show filming,” Michael wrote.

“The only time reunion security had to do anything with me physically was when they were protecting me during the time that Matt Baier attacked and assaulted me three reunion ago.”

Ah, yes. Who could forget the famous Farrah vs. Amber fight?

It really wasn’t all that long ago, so it’s pretty funny that Michael is acting like it’s just preposterous that anyone in his family would throw down in the presence of Dr. Drew.

Anyway, Killer Mike goes on to actually praise the Baltierras, and he claims that over the years, he’s formed a close relationship with both Tyler and Catelynn.

“It’s a shame that Tyler and Cate have to make up stories like this,” Michael’s statement continued.

“The last time I was face-to-face with them I shook his hand and hugged her to mend our relationship after the strain that Matt’s assault on me caused between everyone on the show. 

“I’ve also gone to the extent of complimenting him (Tyler) as being an excellent father this last year repeatedly on social media as he cared for Nova during the time Cate was in rehab.”

Michael concluded his lengthy commentary on the matter by claiming that he and Tyler are two peas in a pod.

We’re guessing Ty won’t be taking that as a compliment:

“Tyler and Cate’s dad Dave are just like me– we will do anything to love, care and protect our daughters,” Michael said. 

“It’s so sad that even after we (Farrah and her family) have moved on and have wished everyone the very best, the hate from others continues and there is no valid reason for it.”

He added:

“We are extremely happy and living our lives in a healthy and positive way, why can’t everyone else do the same?”

Hmm … a surprisingly non-psychotic-sounding statement from a usually psychotic source.

Of course, Michael has successfully convinced himself that Farrah freakin’ Abraham is an ideal daughter, so it’s important to bear in mind that the man suffers from some pretty severe delusions.

Watch Teen Mom OG online to remind yourself of the many ways in which the Abrahams are not of this planet.


Farrah Abraham Settles Lawsuit Against Viacom; Did She Win?!

In late 2017, Farrah Abraham was fired from MTV. It was a mess. And Farrah claims that she was slut-shamed over her sex work.

Farrah blasted her former employers for what she called “hate crimes.”

This week, that lawsuit has already been settled, somehow. What’s more, everyone’s coming away happy. How?

Following Farrah Abraham’s very complicated firing from MTV’s Teen Mom OG, she didn’t exactly take it lying down.

(Pun not intended)

She put MTV and its parent company on blast, saying that she had been sex-shamed for her sex work.

In February, Farrah sued Viacom (MTV’s parent company; Viacom probably owns like a third of the visual media that you consume).

She alleged that Viacom had engaged in discrimination based upon gender over her sex work.

She was asking for $ 5 million.

Lawsuits like this can so often drag on for months or even years, if they aren’t dismissed.

Which is why this week’s development is a little shocking.

Variety reports that Farrah’s attorney filed a notice on Tuesday that the case has been settled.

Not just settled, but settled amicably.

Terms of the settlement have not been disclosed.

Considering that, just months ago, Farrah was putting Viacom on blast for committing “hate crimes” against her, this is a bit of a surprise.

(Note: generally speaking, a hate crime has to be committed against a minority group and it also has to be, you know, a crime)

Farrah, as you may recall, was confronted in her home by a Teen Mom producer, Morgan J Freeman, about her CamSoda livestreamed sex shows. He gave her an ultimatum — to stop doing these shows, or to be fired.

While people can debate the idea of a producer giving a reality star a hard time over her sex work all day, Farrah says that this producer’s confrontational tone was so aggressive that she feared for her safety.

Freeman did not actually have the authority to give that ultimatum.

He also brought up that Farrah is allegedly “difficult” to work with for some producers … which does not really require any stretch of the imagination to accept.

The way that Farrah and Teen Mom OG split seems irreconcilable, and not because of any of the producers.

Farrah immediately launched into angry rants on social media and in interviews.

Her sentences are rarely coherent — which some may believe lends credence to the accusation that Farrah is suffering from multiple mental illnesses — but her ire against Teen Mom OG was obvious.

Right now, her attorney says that the settlement reached was amicable.

We have to wonder if Farrah is as happy with whatever secret resolution they reached as we’re lead to believe.

Knowing Farrah, she won’t keep her feelings bottled up for long.

An amicable agreement — reached so quickly — could mean a number of things.

Perhaps Viacom decided to throw money at Farrah to make her go away. Maybe not the full $ 5 million that she was after, but some amount.

Alternatively, perhaps Viacom found another way to make Farrah happy.

They’re a huge media company, and Farrah definitely appeals to viewers — some genuinely like her, while others can’t stop watching out of fascination, like with those viral pimple-popping videos.

It’s also possible that the “amicable” resolution was just that Farrah’s attorneys convinced her that she was never going to win. We don’t know.

But it’s probably just a matter of time until we all find out.


Matt Baier to MTV: Let Farrah Abraham Do Porn!

As you’ve likely heard by now, Farrah Abraham has been fired from Teen Mom OG for her continued involvement in the world of adult entertainment.

Many have defended the controversial star’s right to supplement her income however she sees fit.

Many more have applauded MTV for the decision, but that seems to have less to do with porn and more to do with the fact that Farrah is just generally not very well-liked.

Abraham is not without allies on social media but her castmates seem to have generally adopted a “good ridddance” stance.

That’s why word of Farrah’s new ally is so unexpected.

It’s been almost a year since Amber Portwood and Matt Baier called off their engagement, but the disgraced former fiancee is still asked about his feelings regarding the show.

Baier recently appeared on Radar Online’s Teen Mom podcast, where he was asked for his thoughts about MTV’s decision to cut ties with Farrah.

“I think it’s wrong,” Baier said bluntly.

He went on to make a valid (if somewhat naïve) point about MTV’s hypocrisy:

“Farrah was originally taken off the show for doing porn. Then she was brought back onto the show. It’s not like the porn was a new thing,” he said.

“Is the message: We’re going to bring her back because we had potentially dipping ratings? Now that we feel our ratings are strong, we no longer approve of how she lives her life? I don’t think that’s right.”

Baier wasn’t on the show very long, but certainly long enough to get an understanding of how reality TV works.

Obviously, Farrah was brought back to assist with declining ratings and kicked to the curb when producers began to feel she was more of a liability than an asset.

That’s how it always works, Matt!

Farrah is obviously a nightmare to work with. 

She was only brought back because her insanity made her a ratings magnet.

With time, however, viewers started to get as sick of her routine as producers always were.

Farrah’s been doing porn for years.

MTV and Viacom only started objecting to it when they needed a reason to fire her.

Now, Farrah is suring her former bosses, but she probably doesn’t have a leg to stand on.

All they have to do is convince the judge that her live-stream sex shows were a detreiment to the show’s reputation (which shouldn’t be hard to do), and it’s case closed.

We understand what Matt is saying, but he’s delusional f he thinks MTV will ever regret giving Farrah the boot.

Watch Teen Mom OG online to relive Farrah’s highlights and many, many lowlights from her time on the show.