As we just reported, Farrah Abraham appeared on Bethenny Frankel's talk show today, and now the former Teen Mom star is boohoo-ing about how she was treated. Despite my brain's screams – "Too much ego and desperation on one stage!" – I watched the segment.
Several topics were discussed, including Farrah waxing three-year-old Sophia's eyebrows, but Bethenny focused mainly on Farrah's questionable business ventures since the demise of Teen Mom.
Those ventures include Farrah's porn movie and upcoming line of sex toys, of course, and Bethenny was less than impressed. "If you want to be a business person, I don't think that should be your business," she said. "From what I understand, you're known as being the Teen Mom; the word mom is in your title with people. I think that we might not want to buy sex toys from the Teen Mom."
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Bethenny advised Farrah to create a brand or a business centered around being a mom instead. "Discontinue the plastic surgery, discontinue the sex tapes, discontinue the sex," continued Bethenny. "Start being a mom." Farrah insisted she's already on that path. Of course she is – and she has that "mom" tattoo to prove it.
Bethenny ended her show with these words for Farrah: "Sometimes it's hard to hear things from other women – motherhood is a very intense topic – but try to embrace some it without hearing the frustration. I hope this experience takes you down another road."
Perfect little Farrah embrace criticism? BWAHAHA! I think it's safe to say that Farrah will never be open to hearing what Bethenny – or anyone else for that matter – has to say about her life choices. Case in point: Farrah bashed Bethenny in the media this morning for being "rude" and "disrespectful" to her.
“I was told that it would be a positive and inspirational talk for mothers and business women,” said Farrah. “But as soon as I met Bethenny, it turned into a judgmental zone."
Farrah continued, "She brought up very old, misconstrued tabloid topics like my daughter's unibrow and had judgmental women who were in the audience act disrespectful towards me and twist my opinion – I care about my daughter's hygiene – to suggest Sophia would not be beautiful, even if she had a unibrow. It was rude, and I felt Bethenny was siding with these women and their untrue statements."
Oh dear Lord, this crazy girl has such a distorted sense of reality. That is not how that segment went down – at all.
Farrah went on to say that Bethenny was "hating on women" because she didn't approve of the former Teen Mom's line of sex toys. "During the show, she brought up my sex toy line and tried to encourage the audience to not buy my line because I'm a teen mom and that's all I will ever be," she whined. "This was very rude."
"Plus, it made no sense at all, being the first release of sex toys are for men, not women," continued Farrah. "Perhaps her ex-husband Jason [Hoppy] will be purchasing my sex toys … not women like Bethenny."
Oh Farrah … just STOP TALKING!
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