Teen Mom Farrah Abraham slammed by fans for allowing daughter Sophia, 12, to dye her hair bright PURPLE
TEEN Mom Farrah Abraham was slammed by angry fans after she allowed her young daughter Sophia, 12, to dye her hair bright purple after having had red streaks.
Sophia showed off her new purple streaks in a TikTok video from user @glamdformation.
The clip started off with the MTV star wearing a black robe and her hair originally had red streaks.
After bouncing up and down, the preteen teased her new wavy hairstyle and wardrobe.
The reality star then wore a Hello! Kitty T-shirt and black skirt.
Farrah, 30, appeared in the short vid as well as she had a towel wrapped over her head.
The caption stated that Sophia's hair was "inspired by the Royals."
The song, Meet Me At Our Spot, by The Anxiety played in the background.
On her Instagram, Sophia shared the clip and cheered: "Purple is here!"
Fans appeared to be divided between praising Sophia for her new look and slamming Farrah for allowing her daughter to make a big change on herself.
One angry fan mentioned that Farrrah's daughter was "growing up way too fast."
Another angry fan said: "Poor kid is going to need so much therapy."
A third angry fan wrote: "As long as she doesn't end up like her mother."
A fourth person added how "sad" it was for Farrah that "she needs her daughter to make herself noticed."
This is not the first time that the Teen Mom OG star has been slammed as a bad mother by Teen Mom fans, who previously claimed that she was sexualizing her 12-year-old daughter.
In the middle of November, Farrah was seen twerking with her pre-teen, at the camera in her kitchen.
The duo moved from side to side with their arms in the air.
Though the TV personality appeared to be proud of the clip, her critics jumped into the comments section to rant that the video was "inappropriate."
The fans also accused her of "exploiting" Sophia for social media.
One Teen Mom fan said on Reddit: "She exploits her young daughter for her own advertisement. This woman uses Sophia for clickbait."
Another Teen Mom fan added: "My eldest is 15 and I would discharge a nail gun into my eyeball before I ever encouraged her to participate in a video like this…with me, of all people."
A third fan agreed: "Ok, I watched it again and it's actually angered me.
"Farrah actually made a video with her tween daughter for the purpose of doing nothing but shake their a**es? This is just so f**king wrong."
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