Teen Mom Farrah Abraham shows off holiday decor dressed up in bizarre outfit amid parenting backlash

Teen Mom Farrah Abraham shows off holiday decor dressed up in bizarre outfit amid parenting backlash

12/18/2021

TEEN Mom Farrah Abraham showed off her holiday decor as she was dressed up in a bizarre Santa outfit amid parenting backlash over her daughter, Sophia.

As Farrah allowed Sophia to pose with nearly-nude dancers, many fans took to mom-shaming the television star.


In Farrah's Instagram Story post, she showed off her festive table settling for a holiday party.

Farrah, 30, was dressed in a bizarre Santa outfit, with a red bodice with white trim and green velvet cap sleeves.

Her outfit was complete with menorah earrings, a green Santa hat, and unique Christmas wreath glasses.

She said: "Invitation! All my holiday guests, which seating arrangement would you like?"

Farrah showed off an owl attached to a napkin and said: "Get yourself a North Pole pine tree," reading off a seed table that was included in the set up.

It laid on a Santa plate next to a pine cone popper.

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Saying: "Joy to the world," Farrah showed off option B, which included a blimp which read the holiday blessing.

Other set ups included a Christmas sweater wine cozy, a ginger bread snowflake, and a hot air balloon.

SHAKE IT OFF?

Farrah recently posted for a photo with two scantily clad dancers with her 12-year-old daughter Sophia.

She and her mom appeared to be standing between two showgirls.

The dancers were dressed from head-to-toe in white, sporting bikini-like outfits that featured shiny details and feathers.

Sophia did not caption the snap she posted to her Instagram Story, which comes weeks after Farrah was chastised for twerking in a video with her daughter.

The video was shared by the former reality star in November on her TikTok account.

It showed her and Sophia dancing in the kitchen, moving from side-to-side with their arms in the air while mimicking the moves of a Roblox video.

Although the ex Teen Mom OG star appeared proud of the clip and didn't see an issue with it, critics online slammed her over the "inappropriate" dance and accused her of "exploiting" Sophia.

One Reddit user raged: "She exploits her young daughter for her own advertisement. This woman uses Sophia for clickbait."

Another user wrote: "My eldest is 15 and I would discharge a nail gun into my eyeball before I ever encouraged her to participate in a video like this…with me of all people."

A third wrote: "Ok, I watched it again and it's actually angered me.

"Farrah actually made a video with her tween daughter for the purpose of doing nothing but shake their a**es? This is just so f**king wrong."

The former MTV star has faced backlash over her parenting numerous time.

GONE PURPLE

Farrah was slammed by angry fans after she allowed Sophia to dye her hair bright purple after having red streaks.

The TikTok clip started off with the MTV star wearing a black robe and her hair originally had red streaks. 

After bouncing up and down, the preteen teased her new wavy hairstyle and wardrobe.

The reality star then wore a Hello! Kitty T-shirt and black skirt. 

Farrah appeared in the short vid as well as she had a towel wrapped over her head. 

The caption stated that Sophia's hair was "inspired by the Royals."

The song, Meet Me At Our Spot, by The Anxiety played in the background. 

On her Instagram, Sophia shared the clip and cheered: "Purple is here!" 

Fans appeared to be divided between praising Sophia for her new look and slamming Farrah for allowing her daughter to make a big change on herself. 

One angry fan mentioned that Farrrah's daughter was "growing up way too fast."

Another angry fan said: "Poor kid is going to need so much therapy."

A third angry fan wrote: "As long as she doesn't end up like her mother."

A fourth person added how "sad" it was for Farrah that "she needs her daughter to make herself noticed."

OVERBOARD

Back in August, Farrah was slammed for bringing Sophia to a yacht party in Mexico.

Farrah shared videos of herself and Sophia partying with the rest of the attendees, all of whom were adults.

She held up a drink and said: "Cheers to getting done with Harvard stuff, doing law stuff and just trying to take a break. Schools about to start, moms, what a summer. Cheers!"

Fans tore Farrah apart over her decision to bring Sophia to the party, where alcohol was served.

One commenter complained: "Farrah puts Sophia in another inappropriate situation."

Another wrote: "This poor child, I am sick thinking about her life and future."

Farrah has dealt with CPS at least once before.

She made the confession in her new book, Dream Twenties: Self Guided Self Help Memoir, writing that the agency "threatened to take" Sophia over her "unsafe" actions as a parent.

RETURN TO TEEN MOM

After being fired from Teen Mom OG, Farrah is set to make her return to the MTV franchise in the upcoming reunion special.

In a new teaser for the series, the TV personality was seen as screaming: "You guys are adults!" towards her old castmates.

Teen Mom OG star Cheyenne Floyd, 29, then flipped a white table covered in red solo cups towards Farrah.

Cheyenne shouted back: "Let's talk then b***h! Let's do it."

Farrah held up her hand in defiance as Cheyenne stomped away from the explosive scene.

Premiering January 11 at 8 pm EST, the eight-episode series features favorites from across the franchise, including Briana DeJesus, Jade Cline, and Leah Messer from Teen Mom 2.



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