Former Teen Mom OG star Farrah Abraham is being called out, again, for filming a racy video with her 11-year-old daughter, Sophia. Abraham recently shared a video on Instagram of herself singing and dancing without a shirt on in front of her daughter.
Although this is hardly the first time Abraham has been criticized online for her parenting choices, it is an instance that’s receiving an exceptional amount of negative feedback.
While Farrah and Sophia are hardly the first to record themselves singing the song, Abraham is certainly catching a lot of flack for it. The song and a dance to go along with it have become increasingly popular on TikTok.
In the video Abraham shared on Instagram, Abraham and her daughter are costumed in matching sweats. But, Sophia is wearing her shirt and Abraham is not. Instead, she tied the tp around her neck leaving her upper body and bra exposed. She posted the video along with the caption #NSFW.
And, there’s a dog that’s been dyed pink in her lap, we’ll get to that too.
“Why must you take off your shirt? That little girl is watching every move you make. This video could have been cute had you just worn the shirt. There is a time and a place for that,” one person commented.
“You just couldn’t keep your shirt on?” another wrote.
Criticism of Abraham’s choice of outfit in front of her daughter is the main takeaway. Many took issue with it and thought Abraham was setting a bad example.
What’s up with the pink dog?
Abraham has dyed her two dogs, boo and cupcake blue and pink. The punk dog can be seen in the controversial video. A lot of people weren’t too happy about that either. We certainly hope Abraham used a dye that’s safe for animals.
“Is that dog really dyed pink? Are u serious? SMH,” one person commented.
“That poor dog! What would you do that to that poor dog!!” another added.
“Woot woot! Trainwreck coming through!!” another wrote.
Of course, this isn’t the first time Abraham has been criticized for being inappropriate in front of her daughter.
Abraham has been criticized for just about every choice she’s made and the newest video is just the latest instance of viewers feigning outrage. In February, the reality TV star was criticized for sharing a video of herself dancing, scantily clad, on a boat.
The new initiative from Abraham and her daughter to break into TikTok will bring with it many instances of controversy. So, fans of Abraham should brace themselves. Who knows what she’ll post next. We mean this as a neutral observer.
Maybe just let Abraham and her daughter have a good time…?
Whatever you may think about Abraham’s parenting choices, it’s clear that she and Sophia are inseparable. They’ve traveled the world together and from the look of things, they genuinely enjoy spending time together and bonding with the silly TikTok videos.
However, growing up in the spotlight can be difficult for children. We suspect Abraham knows this after being thrust into the public eye at such a young age herself. Maybe fans and foes should abstain from mom-shaming and instead just enjoy the goofy video?
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- 1 Farrah Abraham shared a video of her and her daughter singing Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage.”
- 2 Followers of Abraham had thoughts and they shared them in the comments.
- 3 What’s up with the pink dog?
- 4 Of course, this isn’t the first time Abraham has been criticized for being inappropriate in front of her daughter.
- 5 Maybe just let Abraham and her daughter have a good time…?
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