Farrah Abraham is known for voicing her opinions, and she has sparked a lot of debate. She rose to fame after being cast in the reality television series 16 and Pregnant in 2009, and she has remained in the spotlight since then. Fans are at it again as the portion of the fan base, who lean closer to haters, are speaking out.
Teen Mom Farrah Abraham has been slammed with accusations of being a bad mother countless times. Now she has found herself being dragged by Redditors for calling herself a widow. She is facing serious backlash in the entire thread.
Today a user published Farrah Abraham’s Instagram story to kick off a Reddit discussion. The headline of the discussion read: Anyone else catch this? “Fellow widowers”…? They dated for a few months in high school and broke up before their baby was born. That’s not a widow and that wasn’t a marriage.
A Redditor said: “Her situation is not the same as other people’s examples on here, they weren’t together for years, they weren’t practically married in a committed relationship. She uses the term “widow” to gain sympathy and feed her narcissism. Losing her child’s father is still tragic, but come on.”
Another stated: “There are a lot of things Farrah does that rub me the wrong way, this isn’t one of them. My SIL also lost her sons father and we consider her a widow even though they weren’t married. Their relationship was more substantial than Farrahs but 🤷🏼♀️ she’s not hurting anyone..”
A third person chimed in: “If she was only a quarter as intelligent as she thinks she is, she’d be set. However, I think it’s safe to say she’ll be known for selling stank ass shit in jars 🤦🏽♀️😂”
A commentator pointed out: “She barely grasps the English language. I think we’re expecting too much for her to understand the difference between knocked up high schooler and married person loses a spouse.”
The entire Reddit thread is attached with this article along with the picture from the discussion. Some of the top comments from the thread are also provided below.
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