Farrah Abraham continues making headlines both for things coming out of her mouth and for things going into it. One of those latter things is her foot as the 21-year-old single mom and adult film star can’t seem to stop making ridiculous and regretful public statements that only serve to continue to fuel the fire of the Farrah Abraham bad publicity machine.
The latest head-shaking comments from Farrah Abraham are in response to her Teen Mom co-star Catelynn Lowell’s tweet on May 6, which was an obvious reference to Farrah’s just-released sex tape. “All I have to say Is she sounds like a dying horse!! U kno who I’m talking about,” Catelynn wrote.
Farrah’s first public response to the tweet was to Hollywood Life. “It’s either jealousy or immaturity,” she says, “but I dn’t [sic] understand why at this point and time she would say that. I’m just moving on and not talking to people who don’t support me.” Farrah then declares, “I will never speak to her again.”
This week’s issue of Us Weekly includes more of Farrah’s reaction to Catelynn’s comment (as well as Farrah’s insights on her video, James Deen, her plans to “change the world,” etc). “I know what jealousy looks like,” she says of the dying horse tweet. “I am trying to be a role model for the other Teen Moms. I try not to knock them down. I try to better them.” (Like when she responded to rumors of Maci Bookout and Ryan Edwards getting back together by writing “that just seems attention seeking, insecure, and desperato!”)
Then, in perfect contradicting Farrah fashion, she adds, “Catelynn has a weight issue, but I dont say harsh things about her to hurt her self-esteem.” Except when you do — like just then.
Meanwhile, Farrah’s other co-star Maci Bookout has chosen to step aside and watch the bad publicity snowball roll downhill without getting involved — which seems like a very wise decision.
And as far as the Teen Mom 2 cast goes, Jenelle Evans has feuded with Farrah as recently as April, but has remained relatively quiet about Farrah’s video.
Kailyn Lowry did voice her opinion, which wasn’t so much a dig at Farrah as it was the marketing scheme by Vivid that linked the video to the Teen Mom brand. “I wish Farrah’s porno title had nothing to do with Teen Mom. -_- Not all of us want to be associated with that,” she tweeted on May 6.
And on a completely not serious note, the parody Twitter account for Jenelle Evans’ mom Barbara (@BabsEvansMTV) responded to Kailyn’s tweet with something I think we can all agree with. “@KailLowry I HOPE THEY DON’T GET ME TA TRY N MAKE A SEXTAPE N CAWL IT ‘BACKDOOR BABS'”