Is Farrah Abraham still relevant? Sex tapes, flashing to buying comments, controversies are her bread and butter

It’s been over a decade since she first made headlines by appearing on MTV's ‘16 and Pregnant’ and she still continues to intrigue people but for completely different reasons


                            Is Farrah Abraham still relevant? Sex tapes, flashing to buying comments, controversies are her bread and butter
Farrah Abraham (Getty Images)

If there’s someone who has explored the reality and entertainment world to its core, it would be 'Teen Mom' alum Farrah Abraham. She has tried her hand in reality shows, music, movies and adult films too. It's been over a decade since she first made headlines by appearing on MTV's '16 and Pregnant' and she continues to intrigue the audience just as much. However, for completely different reasons. 

Throughout her career, until she was fired from 'Teen Mom OG', Abraham appeared in a string of reality television shows including 'Couples Therapy', 'Celebrity Big Brother' and 'Ex on the Beach' as the main cast member in Season 2. But, her reality television adventures came to a halt when she decided to feature in two sex tapes with James Deen called 'Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom' and 'Farrah 2: Backdoor and More', and sold them for a whopping $1M. 

Therefore, is Abraham still relevant?

Farrah Abraham at Venice Film Festival (Getty Images)

After her journey on television ended abruptly, the 28-year-old mother of one has been doing everything in her power to regain her position in the entertainment industry. Her exit from 'Teen Mom OG' left her with no regular income and neither has she featured in more adult films, which could offer her huge chunks of pay. In April 2020, she made an appearance on the Venice Film Festival red carpet, leaving little to the imagination as she flashed her privates through the high slits of a floral dress. She had previously pulled a similar stunt in 2018 at the Cannes fashion show when she exposed more than what was necessary through another revealing dress. The Cannes incident was subjected to major backlash and was even called a PR stunt. 

What else has she made headlines for, you ask? Well, only a few weeks ago, Abraham shared an 11-minute clip from her docu-comedy series called 'Domestic Goddess' in which she was heard accusing her 10-year-old daughter Sophia Abraham of being "manipulative". However, more than what she had to say, it was the way she put it across that garnered a lot of attention. On watching her ramble and forget sentences while speaking about her own daughter's manipulative ways, fans asserted that she clearly was under the influence of a substance. Now, in less than two months since she was severely criticized for the video incident, Abraham is yet again in the news for allegedly buying positive comments on Instagram, according to a few of her followers. 

Sophia, Farrah Abraham (Getty Images)

On May 19, she took to her Instagram account to share a video to promote her daughter’s new song 'Take Yo Bestie'. She captioned it, "This challenge just got real 'hey girl, GIRL HEY' #takeyobestie @sophialabraham… I’m getting my skirt & my 👜 #reaction #sophiaabraham." Unlike her usual posts that are flooded with hateful comments, the latest video saw a few positive reactions, of which one read, "Can’t wait till the clubs are open so I can dance to this with my #Besties and oops #YaBestie too cuz I could take ya bestie but I don’t wanna haha get it like the song haha."

In more recent news, Abraham seems to be following in the footsteps of 'Tiger King' star Carole Baskin. Abraham was seen selling her own line of masks on Instagram. She shared a video featuring a range of face masks and wrote, "It’s like my burka... it’s like my freedom of expression... it’s like my religion... it’s my life line.... it’s like #takeyobestie to get a mask now because friends don’t let friends, family, coworkers & strangers die. The Farrah masks are here @amazon Link in bio & Amazon.com."

With only 2M followers and barely any endorsement deals, we highly doubt if Abraham is able to capitalize on her social media handle. 

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