Farrah Abraham is notone to hold back, and in a recent interview she continues to shock us. The mom of one claims that she was never friends with her ‘Teen Mom’ co-stars. Farrah also disses the girls and calls them nasty names. Yikes!
Another day, another Teen Mom scandal. In the midst of promoting her erotic novels, Farrah Abraham just could not refrain from ruffling a couple of feathers. The 22-year-old slammed her co-stars, even dubbing them as ‘fake’ and suggesting that she was never friends with them.
Farrah Abraham Disses Former ‘Teen Mom’ Co-Stars
The girls of Teen Mom seemed to be united in their struggle as teenage m0thers. However, Farrah is rebuking that claim, saying that she was never real friends with co-stars Amber Portwood, Maci Bookout, and Catelynn Lowell.
In an interview with Us Weekly, the mom to Sophia, 5, claims that she they were never that close.
“I really just want them to get to know me for who I am,” Farrah said, about her potential boyfriends.”Not like some sex symbol, not some person who’s a reality star, I’m like a very real person, and I just don’t want anymore fake people.”
Farrah shocked us all when she revealed that she and the other girls were not as close as they let on.
“Truthfully, I was never friends with any of them.” Whoa! Way to drop the bomb, Farrah!
But the porn star turned singer, turned Celebrity Sex Tape author, did not stop there. She went on to suggest that she doesn’t even want anything to do with the other girls.
“Personally I like to keep my life separate,” Farrah admitted. “We came in this project separate, and I think it’s best we keep our lives separate.”
‘Teen Mom’ Cast Refuses To Do Reunion With Farrah Abraham
Maybe Farrah has every right to be dissing her former co-stars so harshly.
“They don’t want their kids on a show where someone’s talking about sex toys,” an insider revealed in the March 31 issue of Us Weekly.
Sounds like there is a lot more drama in the cast than anyone realized!
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Is Farrah being a little too harsh? Do you think it’s all a stunt to sell more books? Comment below!
— By Stephanie Sengwe