'Teen Mom' star Catelynn Lowell calls out Farrah Abraham for backing out of celebrity boxing match
Catelynn Lowell took to Instagram to comment on the situation, while Abraham's mother defended her daughter by blaming producers for her decision
'Teen Mom' star Catelynn Lowell took to Instagram to throw some shade at her former MTV co-star Farrah Abraham after Abraham decided to drop out of a charity boxing match against Nicole 'Hoopz' Alexander.
Popculture reported that the 'Teen Mom' star put up a post with the caption "Going to Atlantic City was supposed to see Farrah get laid the hell out by Hoopz then she dropped out!" she wrote on a black background. "Still going to support our girl Hoopz tho! [scared sissy] [grow a pair]." Fearing a possible backlash, she turned off the comments for the post.
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The highly anticipated boxing match between Abraham and Alexander has been in the media for a while now. Abraham's last-minute decision to drop out did not seem to go down well with Lowell. The match was supposed to take place in Atlantic City on November 10. Abraham's mother Debra Danielsen commented on the situation and defended her daughter saying, "We were all planning on getting together up there and watching the match." Danielsen said. "I said, 'What about my travel? When do we fly in? Where are we staying?' They were supposed to get back to all of us. Farrah was like, 'Mom, he didn’t even get me a ticket!' I don’t call that Farrah dropping out."
She went on to add, "It’s ridiculous. They didn’t deliver what they said they would provide in regard to travel and hotel. We’re used to being treated properly. Right now, no one is showing up on our side. If Farrah doesn’t show up, there is no fight!"
The production team, on the other hand, had a different story to tell. An insider said that Abraham was making unreasonable demands which they couldn't keep up with. "[It was] typical Farrah with her diva demands. She wanted 30 rooms, flights for six people… She was very demanding and difficult to work with."
Hoopz did not miss the opportunity to offer her opinion on the entire controversy. She also took to Instagram to call out Abraham saying, "She’s using the promoters as a reason to back out." She added, "The fight is still happening with or without her. We agreed because of the cause, not because of Farrah. See everyone November 10th."
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Us Weekly reported that the Boom Cups Celebrity Boxing Showdown was being held to raise awareness for anti-bullying. An insider said that the reality star would most likely be sued for failing to participate. Danielson, however, believes that the producers have no concrete case because they failed to deliver "what they promised on their end."
There is still no official confirmation as to whether Farrah will be attending the event or not.