So what do Maci McKinney, Farrah Abraham, Catelynn Baltierra and Amber Portwood have in common with Meryl Streep, Sandra Bullock, Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Lawrence? They have all been nominated for Critics’ Choice Awards!
Are you not quite sure what to get that naughty girl on your Christmas list? Teen Mom OG star Farrah Abraham has got you covered — just barely — with a brand new line of lingerie!
It seems the Teen Mom OG preview clip featuring show Executive Producer Morgan Freeman fireing Farrah Abraham has re-ignited her ire! Farrah took to Facebook on Wednesday to share a YouTube video supporting her outrage over the attempted firing, and she spouted off once again at show producers for discrimination and bullying before angrily declaring “You owe me a half season of money.”
(Former?) Teen Mom OG star Farrah Abraham is no stranger to turning negatives into positives, and that’s exactly what she is doing in reaction to what she describes as bullying and sex shaming by MTV producers when they “fake fired” her over her sex industry endeavors. It was announced today that Farrah Abraham has been named an MV Ambassador for adult video site ManyVids where she will be promoting a platform of sexual positivity.
Teen Mom OG star Farrah Abraham receives quite a bit of criticism on social media. Earlier today, her dad, Michael Abraham, set aside a big chunk of his day to defend his daughter on Twitter by responding to the haters.
Farrah Abraham is officially no longer a Texan as the reality star sold her home outside Austin for just over half a million dollars. The house is the one featured on Teen Mom OG; it’s perhaps most famous for playing host to a porta potty in the driveway whenever the film crew was around.
Michael Abraham shares exclusive details on what happened Monday that led to his daughter, Farrah Abraham, being told that she was fired from Teen Mom OG.
The Teen Momiverse is still in shock over the firing of Farrah Abraham, but moments ago the 26-year-old (former?) reality star posted a video explaining that the legal department for MTV’s parent company, Viacom, says she has not been fired at all. That did nothing to assuage Farrah’s outrage, however, as she lashed out at Teen Mom OG producers over the “fake firing” that she describes as a “hate crime.”