Fans didn't think Farrah Abraham's behavior could get any more bizarre after she allowed her nine-year-old daughter, Sophia, to film her butt injection procedure, but they were wrong. Sophia recently shared a video of herself using musical.ly — an app that allows you to lip sync to your favorite song — on Instagram to cheer Farrah up after her surgery. Sophia raps to vulgar lyrics about a big "booty" and "implants" and fans think the content of the song is completely inappropriate for a child her age. Watch the video to check out Sophia's rap!
Unfortunately for Sophia, haters have taken to her comments section to bash the video and Farrah's decision to allow her to post something like this. "Omg WTH IS WRONG WITH THIS MOTHER ? Seriously PLZ PLZPLZ someone call [Child Protective Services]," one commenter wrote. Another said, "Sophia is lip syncing a song about getting implants to make [Farrah] feel better?! I can't. What is lifeee?"
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Farrah documented her procedure on Instagram last week, while Sophia was forced to accompany her to the doctor's visit and record the whole thing from another angle. Not only did Farrah's fans go completely ballistic over the whole thing, but so did fellow Teen Mom star Kailyn Lowry. "Yet I'm mom-shamed for being on vacation when my kids are with their dads," she wrote in the now-deleted tweet. "What kind of s–t."
This isn't the first time Farrah has been criticized for letting Sophia on social media without supervision, either. The 26-year-old allowed her daughter to go live on Instagram just days before the butt injection fiasco, and fans worried about creeps getting on her page. While the Instagram policy states that a person must be 13 years or older to manage an account by themselves, it's unclear how much Farrah looks after Sophia's use on the app.
A fan went so far to block Sophia in hopes to keep her safe. "I reported Sophia's account a couple months ago; looks like nothing happened," one person said. "Those creeps' comments are a prime reason why kids under 13 shouldn't have an Instagram." Farrah has yet to comment on any of the hate, but the fact that she's still letting Sophia post videos while singing about butt implants just goes to show that she doesn't give a sh-t what anyone says.
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