Farrah Abraham: Daughter Twerks, Wears Towel, Admits to Killing Dog

"She has her own life and is doing her own thing, and I'm doing mine."

This is something that Farrah said about her daughter, Sophia, when she was only four years old.

Judging by recent developments, it's also probably something that she would still say today.

Yep, it doesn't look like Sophia, now nine years old, has much adult supervision, judging by the kinds of things she's been sharing on social media lately.

And if she does have adult supervision … well, then perhaps we're even more concerned.

1. Exhausting

How many times are we going to have to talk about Farrah and her complete lack of parenting skills? HOW MANY?!

2. Too Much

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It’s always been excessive, how awful she is, but it’s really been getting out of hand lately.

3. Seriously, Stop

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Just this month, she tried to convince Sophia that it would be a hilarious prank to convince someone that her dog had died, and then when her dog actually died, she took a video of Sophia crying instead of, you know, comforting her.


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Also this month, Farrah was officially charged with battery after getting violent with a hotel employee — and, don’t forget, during the original incident, Sophia was upstairs sleeping.

5. Ugh

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Earlier this year, she got a lot of negative attention for having Sophia in the room while she got butt injections, and for getting her to film the procedure.

6. Uh …

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Also earlier this year, she shocked us all when she said that she and Sophia take naked photos of each other and save them on their phones.

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Melania Trump Wears “I Really Don’t Care, Do U?” Jacket … WTF?!?!

Are we living, not in the real world, but in a heavy-handed political cartoon? Because it’s looking that way.

Melania Trump went to visit one of the children internment facilities that her husband’s administration has been using to hold immigrant parents separately from their parents.

But some people feel that she really didn’t care. They think that because she wore a jacket stating, in massive letters, that she really didn’t care.

When Melania Trump landed in McAllen, Texas, she was not wearing this olive green bomber jacket.

She then went to visit one of the facilities along the U.S.-Mexico border where multiple immigrant children have been held by the Trump Administration’s child-separation policy.

When the First Lady then boarded her plane at Andrews Air Force Base, she was wearing this jacket.

On the back, in massive bold white lettering that no camera could possibly miss, was a clear message:

“I really don’t care. Do U?”

I Really Don't Care, Do U? jacket

(Here’s a clearer look at the jacket’s words — it’s not an uncommon sight on Instagram models)

This is … positively surreal.

See, while an Instagram model might show off a sassy jacket for whatever reason, the context of the First Lady’s visit is not.

She was visiting an internment camp that holds children that her husband’s policy has separated from their parents as they are all detained.

While some of the detained unlawfully crossed the border (a federal misdemeanor, not unlike using the American flag in advertising) and others arrived to seek asylum, which is legal, the humanitarian issue was that children were being kept in cages.

Yes, cages. While ICE contacted news outlets to inform them that they objected to the characterization of the fenced-in enclosures that held innocent children as “cages,” even ICE admitted that it was not inaccurate.

While within the facility, Melania asked “How can I help to reunite these children with their families as quickly as possible?”

Only her husband, or Congress, can make that happen right now.

(Yes, she signed a homemade flag while she was there. Sure)

So … it is positively surreal that she would wear this jacket — which she notably donned while leaving, where cameras were sure to catch her, as she is always photographed while bording planes — after this visit.

The First Lady has been using her clothing choices to speak in photos for years, dating back to the pink bow following Trump’s “grab ‘em by the p–sy” controversy.

Is this a signal to the press and the world that she doesn’t care about the plight of thousands of innocent children who are frightened and caged?

Actually … we don’t think so.

Various analysts have spoken up.

Don’t get us wrong, everyone is bewildered. But many suspect that this wildly unsubtle message was not directed at the children or even at the news media.

It is believed that Melania intended this jacket — or perhaps the controversy that it created — as a message for her husband, Donald Trump.

There is nothing about this story that is not bizarre, but there is also nothing about the Trump family that is not strange and unsettling.

Is she trying to make Trump look (somehow) worse while maintaining plausible deniability over it?

We can only guess at her motives.

But Melania is known for being extremely deliberate with all of her fashion choices. It defies belief that this was an exception.

Particularly when that would mean that she just happened to grab this jacket to wear after spending time in Texas … on the Summer Solstice.

(We checked, and today it got into the eighties in McAllen, Texas … that is not jacket weather)

Stephanie Grisham, Melania’s spokesperson, was dismissive of questions.

“It’s a jacket,” she claimed, as if that should be the end of the conversation.

“There was no hidden message,” Grisham insists.

“After today’s important visit to Texas,” Grisham reportedly said. “I hope this isn’t what the media is going to choose to focus on.”

We’re not sure what about Melania’s photo-op to visit a building where her husband’s administration is warehousing children is supposed to be the focus of conversation.

But Melania threw whatever that was out the window when she told the world that she doesn’t really care about any of that.


Melania Trump Wears Tone-Deaf ‘I Really Don’t Care’ Jacket During Border Trip

Melania Trump’s getting destroyed on social media for wearing what most would consider a tone-deaf jacket … considering she wore it on her way to visit child detention centers in Texas. As she boarded the plane Thursday in D.C., Melania was…


Pusha T: Drake Is a Deadbeat Dad Who Wears Blackface

Last week, Pusha T dropped his long-awaited Daytona album, and as expected, the record’s seven tracks featured some of the grittiest, most punishing lyrics and beats the rap world has seen in years.

Though not as famous in the mainstream as some of his contemporaries, Push is a legend among hip-hop heads, and his latest Kanye-produced classic provided a potent reminder of how he earned that reputation.

But not everyone was enamored of the former Clipse rapper’s new offering.

Yes, while it often seems as though Drake is locked in contentious beefs with half the music industry, his feud with Push has been particularly intense.

(Which is saying something, because 2015’s Drake vs. Meek Mill feud was truly no joke.)

On Daytona, Push accuses Drake of using a ghostwriter — among other relatively mild disses — and Drizzy responded with a diss track in which he admits to not writing his own rhymes (?!) and then ups the ante to a dangerous degree.

In his controversial “Duppy Freestyle,” Drake alleges that Push is lying about the drug dealing career that provides the material for most of his verses.

Today, Aubrey probably regrets raising the stakes, as Push wasted no time in clapping back with the no-holds-barred “The Story of Adidon”:

As you can see, the song’s cover art features a 2008 photo of Drake wearing blackface that appears to be part of a marketing campaign for a “Jim Crow Couture” line from the Too Black Guys clothing brand.

(Though as many have pointed out, the photo was taken by a white photographer named David Leyes.)

Needless to say, the internet is up in arms over the news that Drake posed in blackface, but its the revelations found in the song’s lyrics that really have the gossip hounds barking this morning.

The rumor that Drake impregnated a porn star named Sophie Brussaux and tried to force her to have an abortion has been circulating for over a year.

On “Adidon,” Pusha T goes a step further, alleging that Drake has been hiding a son named Adonis from the public and is ashamed to have fathered a child with an adult film actress:

“A baby’s involved, it’s deeper than rap. We talking character, let me keep with the facts,” Push raps.

“You are hiding a child let that boy come home. Deadbeat mother f–ker playing border patrol.”

He continues:

“Love that baby, respect that girl. Forget she’s a porn star, let her be your world.”

“Adonis is your son and he deserves more than an Adidas press run.”

Later in the song, Pusha T goes on to comment on rumors that Drake harbors lingering insecurities about his racial identity: 

“Confused always felt you weren’t black enough, afraid to grow it because your fro wasn’t nap enough,” he says.

At this point, the consensus on social media is that Push has emerged as the clear victor in this feud.

The only question is whether or not he went too far in obliterating his opponent.

Drake isn’t finding much sympathy on that score, as he committed the cardinal sins of dragging Push’s fiancee into the mix and questioning his rival’s hard-earned street cred.

We know Drake’s been in the rap world for a long time now, but the fact remains that while he was making a name for himself on a Canadian teen soap, King Push was moving weight across state lines.

Aubrey might do well to remember that.