Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham slams parents who bring their kids to 'unsafe' Coachella
Abraham justified her rant by saying that parents should not bring their kids to the festival because of all the drugs around the festival
Sorry, but there's not gonna be any Beyonce performance for Farrah Abraham's 9-year-old daughter Sophia. The Teen Mom star might have brought her daughter over to the Palm Springs area over the weekend, but it was definitely not to go to the famous music festival, Coachella.
“We’re wearing matching braids. She is just so fun! We have henna, we have braids, it’s like a girl party everyday,” the 26-year-old told Us Weekly at CombsFest x nANA jUDY’s party on Friday, April 13. “I mean, these are the moments right now that I love. I couldn’t trade it for anything else.”The reality star then clarified that her daughter would not be attending the music festival, and proceeded to slam any parent who dared to bring their little kids to the notorious festival in the first place.he is in bed tonight. And I just have to say, I’m sorry, the inner-mom and the critical parent in me is like, I’m at the Coachella festival and I have to say, when I see a newborn, I honestly don’t think it’s a safe place for children,” the reality TV personality explained.
“That’s why my daughter’s at a resort, enjoying the pools and the country club with a nanny,” Abraham later added.
star continued to speak about her reasons for asking parents to not bring their kids to the festival. “It’s so serene and beautiful here beyond the festival, but I don’t think that Coachella, with drugs and psychedelic s—t, is safe for a kid to be around,” Abraham continued.
“I kind of question when I was reading on my way here, I was reading that some parents are saying, ‘Yeah, bring your kids! It’s fun for the kids.’ I honestly don’t think it’s safe for kids, so I have to disagree.”
later went on to justify her personal reasons for bringing her daughter to the area over the Coachella weekend, even if she would not be witnessing the festival first-hand. “Yeah, in between all the things that I have to stop by at, we get to go golfing and swim,” Abraham explained. “I mean, we’re like country club life all the way, we always are.”her reasons are quite justified, the reality TV star recently was on the receiving end of a lot of criticism for getting butt injections while her little girl watched. The 'Teen Mom OG' alum explained the butt injection process to the camera as the doctor injected the filler into her behind with a giant needle, while Sophia watched her mother undergo the entire procedure.