When former Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham tweeted that it was “time to be educated” and she hashtag’ed homeschooling, I crossed my fingers and toes and hoped her daughter, Sophia, was not part of the equation.
Surely Farrah is not homeschooling Sophia, I thought. Maybe Farrah is taking an online class, I thought. Well, I thought wrong. In a recent interview, Farrah confirmed that she is, in fact, homeschooling Sophia. Le sigh.
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On the Dudley and Bob show, Farrah talked stripping, starting her restaurant, homeschooling Sophia, and getting married.
Stripping: “I actually am a serial entrepreneur,” said Farrah. “The residency at Palazio – I’ve never done and I wanted to try and I think it was a great classy gentlemen’s club to do that at. It’s like a party and very inviting, so I was happy to do that.” Now it’s a residency? BWAHAHAHA!
Yogurt: “The real reason why I came to Austin, Texas, is to start my restaurant, franchise, and brand that I’m continuing – it’s called Froco,” explained Farrah. “It’s a fresh and frozen company. We have fresh organic foods, like gluten free and dairy free, and we also frozen yogurt that’s awesome for the kids. This is a family friendly restaurant that I’m starting as a brand.”
When one of the hosts said he does not believe Palazio paid her $544,000 to strip, Farrah shared, “Money and financials… things people love to talk about. Also people love to call out things that are fake or whatever. I think rather than focusing on things that shouldn’t be anyone’s business, it’s more of the aspect of the fun and trying something out and really just experiencing things.”
Parenting: “My daughter is, like, pretty amazing,” said Farrah. “We just have a schedule, we work it out, and we are with each other a lot because I work from home when I’m here [in Austin] and she’s homeschooling.”
Marriage: Farrah complained, “Literally every type of guy continuously hits on me daily.” When asked why she wants to get married sooner rather than later, she explained, “I’m very well established. I think I’m a grown up enough to know what marriage is and I believe in that.”
“A grown up enough,” said Farrah the educator. I have no words. Can I please have a moment of silence for poor Sophia?
TELL US – FARRAH WAS BORN TO EDUCATE, NO? 😉
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