Farrah Abraham Has Some Motherly Advice For Parents Who Bring Their Kids To Coachella
Coachella has become the talk of the town of late, but Farrah Abraham has some serious advice for parents who want to bring their kid/s to the festival.
The Teen Mom OG star might have been in California lately but not for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio. Moreover, she definitely is firm with her stance when it comes to bringing children to the event. Abraham's 9-year-old daughter, Sophia, made it, however, to Palm Springs not to enjoy the festival, but to attend CombsFest x nANA jUDY's party.
Abraham narrated she and Sophia had their time at the event, having their hair braided and sporting hennas. She further gushed over the memory, saying she "wouldn't trade it for anything else."
Unsafe For Kids
However, Abraham lashed out at parents who bring their kids to Coachella, citing the event was unfit for the young ones. She reiterated her daughter was staying safe at a resort, while a nanny looks out for her as she enjoys the country club.
"[T]he 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 26-year-old reality TV star said.
Abraham stressed that Coachella is unsafe for children because of "drugs and psychedelic s**t." She then explained she read that some parents were inviting others to head on over with their child, to which she doesn't agree with.
Butt Injections Backlash
This came on the heels of throngs of backlash Abraham received after uploading a controversial video that showed her getting butt injections while her daughter was watching. The clip, which she shared to her more than 1 million followers recently, drew the ire of the public, though she was quick to point out that it was non-invasive and likened the procedure to getting shots.
What other people find more disturbing was that Abraham's daughter was filming her mom with another phone. With more and more people giving their two cents, mostly negative criticisms, on the matter, the My Teenage Dream Ended author explained that Sophia was "learning about aesthetics and health."
In June 2016, Abraham was called out for allowing her daughter to wear full make-up during a photoshoot. In defense, the personality dubbed her daughter as "artsy" and "creative," and even praised Sophia.
That said, parents could probably cast doubt on Abraham's Coachella advices as she had been casually slammed for her parenting style. Fans have witnessed the mother and daughter tandem since Abraham's exit from the reality show Teen Mom OG, so basically their lives have been an open book.