'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham Explains Controversial TikTok Video With 11-Year-Old Daughter Sophia

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'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham Explains Controversial TikTok Video With 11-Year-Old Daughter Sophia

The mother-of daughter was participating in a popular trend on the short-form video sharing app she explains where you are hit in the head with random things, amongst hers was a vibrator, seriously!

Teen Mom alum, Farrah Abraham is known to us all for her extremities and erratic behavior and she doesn't care what anyone thinks. She is speaking out one month after copping serious backlash, infuriating so many people for posting a video on TikTok in which both her daughter 11-year-old Sophia and a vibrator made the center stage.

In June, The reality tv star uploaded a playful and light-hearted video to her Instagram page in which she was seen funnily hitting her daughter lightly in the face with a number of items in their car -- including breadsticks, some sort of book and a small dog. At one point, she pulls a vibrator out of the backseat and says;

"No, actually never mind that."

Seriously a vibrator that is the most random of all and the most inappropriate and in the company of your under aged daughter, seriously?

https://www.instagram.com/p/CBPRoR_Bie_/?utm_source=ig_embed

The video captioned;

“thinks she’s gonna ride in the front seat ...... comment on this @tiktok to win @popsockets & @burtsbees new lip balm pop sockets! (Disclaimer no kids or dogs were harmed in the making of this TikTok)”

The mother-of daughter was participating in a popular trend on the short-form video-sharing app, which typically begins with one passenger hitting the other in the head with a bag randomly just like that.

Senselessly, the clip was also shared with the Black Lives Matter hashtag

The teen mom alum told Us Weekly;

“That was an online trend … about doing quirky things and hitting people in the face with [stuff]. I don’t really feel like I can be shamed when I protect my child. I educate my daughter. We have so much fun on TikTok. … I think I’m doing pretty great … It’s cool to mom-shame, but I’m tough … I can handle it.”

Farrah received several criticizing comments amongst some surprising admiring ones;

“Is anyone going to take Sophia away from her mother cuz she's not a good mother ain't she is allowed to be in the front seat I feel so sorry for Sophia she does not know what a good mother is”

“She’s like a bad movie that’s so bad but can’t look away. How terrible.”

“I love the relationship you 2 have. Mother-daughter goals.”

Sophia was loving it. How cute”

Farrah openly and easily ignore the negative attention she receives from internet trolls and other troublesome followers.

She told Us Weekly

“I really think Sophia has learned about cyberbullying at a very early age, so she’s already ahead of being traumatized or being affected or being depressed about those things which many other kids get affected by. I leave up, and I do not block the negativity. I let it be known and be shown.”

The former reality star also recently opened up about navigating mom-shaming by staying vigilant in her daughter's life and arming her with important information, including the sex talk.

I definitely had to do a talk with the parents after what I heard,' Abraham said. 'To be honest with you, it’s really only been prompted by all the other parents not really having those talks.'

She explained during her child's sleepovers at friends, the self-proclaimed 'mama bear' realized many kids haven't been told 'what is proper.'

"That has kind of sped up the conversations that I have to have with my daughter, because of boys in her age group, and or, at her sleepovers with her girlfriends who have brothers," Farrah added.

The author went on to say, she was 'very shocked’ things that have happened' at Sophia's overnight parties.

“I don’t really feel like I can be shamed when I protect my child,” Farrah went on to tell Us. “I educate my daughter. We have so much fun on TikTok. … I think I’m doing pretty great.”

The Celebrity revealed she has no hesitations calling other parents up and is often appreciated for stepping in.

'I’m all for talking about sex education. I’ve done that for national campaigns,' the star noted.

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