Farrah Abraham is ensuring that she earns her cash following her 2019 exit from “Teen Mom OG.” The former MTV face and adult entertainment star has been raising eyebrows ever since her sex tapes were circulated around the internet.
Farrah’s Saturday Instagram stories showed her all dolled up and in promo mode as she attended an event, stopping at a stand showing off Jimmy Jane sex toys.
“Don’t tempt me with a good time,” Farrah jokingly said as a representative from the company showcased a vibrator with “suction” and apparent G-spot benefits.
A section of the promo was reposted to a fan account. You can see it here.
Slam her all you like, but you can’t say that Farrah doesn’t put her all into her promotional activities. The mom of one is a regular promo girl for everything from skincare products to her cosmetic butt injections. All show enthusiasm.
As Jimmy Jane’s rep showed off the vibrator’s technological features, she referenced the “suction” as the toy’s “best part.”
“Suction? It has SUCTION?!” Farrah exclaimed.
Farrah also posted a red carpet-like shot of herself at the event. Wellness and beauty brands also seemed to have been showcased – it wasn’t all about the adult industry.
Perhaps the greatest source of fan backlash for Farrah is the fact that 10-year-old daughter Sophia follows her mother on Instagram.
Farrah was savagely slammed as she rung in 2020 for just this reason: Farrah had kicked off the New Year by jumping up and down on a bed (and then dancing) in revealing and skimpy lingerie with a pajama shirt worn open. She then tagged Sophia.
The former “Teen Mom” was once again subject to backlash as a TikTok video of her dancing in a Dubai hotel room also featured Sophia twerking.
While everyone can agree that former “Teen Mom 2” star Jenelle Evans was fired, things aren’t so clear with Farrah – at least from her end.
2019 saw Farrah leave the popular television franchise, maintaining that she chose to “quit.”
“I’m tired of working around a company who exploits my sexuality yet harasses me for my sexuality #timesup #unsafe boring tactics that should be stopped… let’s look at your sex lives..you have no room to speak,” she tweeted following her exit.
A “Teen Mom OG” episode covered by the above-mentioned Cosmopolitan report recorded executive producer Morgan J. Freeman speaking to Farrah.
“You do have very little empathy or compassion for other people,” he told the star, although Farrah defended herself by saying that she “respects” people who respect her.
“You can choose to do whatever you want; nobody is here to cast judgement on anything. But if you choose to work in the adult industry, we can’t continue to film you for “Teen Mom,”” he added.