Farrah’s video was a mash-up of still images showing the 28-year-old with daughter Sophia. Farrah rocked her Christmas spirit via a Santa outfit, although the video also showed the Nebraska native with her daughter in glam settings and in retro black-and-white form.
Mostly, the video showed Farrah and Sophia embracing the festive spirit, with a Christmas tree, wrapped gifts, and tons of teddy bears.
Followers of Farrah’s Instagram will know that there’s a pattern with the star’s posts. Early responses are almost always positive, with a little time bringing in more negative ones – not always the case, but Farrah is frequently slammed (and often by trolls).
Fans have been replying.
“Wow farrah you are 1 whack out PTSD cookie . #MENTALPROBLEMS.”
This comment racked up 23 likes in 16 hours.
“Why tf does she tag teen mom? She is not even a part of it anymore and claims to hate it. To me she kinda looks like she totally lost it, why is she acting so weird in all of her posts?” another fan wrote.
Farrah does seem to be a target for cyberbullies, with Sophia sadly caught in the cross-fire.
“Why does Sophia look like a Gremlin? Why is her mouth always open,” one user harshly wrote.
“It must be so exhausting living such a fake life every single damn day!!” was another comment.
Other users returned to the mental health theme.
“Imagine being this narcissitic,” one user stated.
Another user took a seedier route, mentioning Farrah’s career in the porn industry.
Fortunately, not all responses were negative, with a sizeable number of fans loving the video and wishing Farrah Happy Holidays.
The fan querying Farrah’s motive for tagging the MTV series that she’s no longer a part of does have a somewhat-valid point. Farrah left “Teen Mom OG” in scandal mode, although the star maintains that she’s happy with the way things have turned out.
Farrah has also slammed the show as ratings dropped.
“The producers were mad my brand grew larger than the show,” she told Radar Online.
Farrah has also accused the show’s storylines of being fake, adding on harsh words for newer members of the cast.
“The two “Teen Mom” groupies that were brought on still can’t bring better quality than I have. I did it all on my own at 16. They’re coming in 10 years later. Having their kids older isn’t much of a struggle, as well some couples purposely having children to be on [the show],” Farrah added.
Since leaving the series, Farrah has remained in the public eye, although her Instagram following has dropped. Farrah had around 2.3 million followers over the summer. The figure has now dropped to 2.1 million.
2019 has been jam-packed for Farrah. She attended the Venice Film Festival (with that major wardrobe malfunction), then jetted off to Paris after it.
Farrah also spent much of the summer updating her Instagram from luxurious hotels in Dubai, with little explanation of why she was there. The star has also been active with a new jewelry line, plus she’s hung out with “Food God,” Jonathan Cheban.
Farrah isn’t alone in having made an exit from “Teen Mom” this year. Former “Teen Mom 2” star Jenelle Evans is now also an ex-member, although for very different reasons.