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Farrah Abraham Shows Off Wild Side In Vietnamese Magazine

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By Gary Trock

Farrah Abraham just landed the cover of one of the hottest magazine fashion brands in the world, however, you may not be able to find it on your local newsstand unless you live in Vietnam. The former "Teen Mom" star is gracing the January 2021 issue of Harper's Bazaar Vietnam and giving a full-page pictorial that included a cameo from her daughter, Sophia Abraham. Recognizing the big accomplishment for the reality star, Farrah took to Instagram to thank fans for supporting her dreams over the years.

Cover Girl

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The former MTV reality star took to social media with some behind-the-scenes footage of the luxurious shoot with Harper's Bazaar Vietnam.

"I hope more kids, moms, men & women get to see the beauty in themselves, maybe that’s why our culture highlights modeling, all people need this," Farrah wrote to her over 1 million fans on Instagram while sharing a quote from her interview with the Vietnamese publication.

She added, "[To] other moms “do not let anyone deprive you or your children of feeling your best and sharing that with others who want the same”.

Fierce AF

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Farrah also thanked her team for glamming her up for the photo session:

[Thank] you to an amazing crew who make everyone see their individual beauty."

Wearing a beautiful flowing animal-print gown, Farrah showed off her wild side and included a golden crown that embodied an image of strength.

["Reality] television star, shared with HBVN readers the experiences of her young life. 2021 is a very important year for her. She is turning 30," the magazine wrote on social media.

The magazine is currently available in digital and print.

Bye Bye, Twitter

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Farrah Abraham / Instagram

Farrah Abraham's magazine cover comes amid the reality star vowing to quit using Twitter after the platform banned President Donald Trump for inciting the riot at the Capitol Building.

"#ByeTwitter if a social platform abuses its power , silences voices, and does this to a world leader - I’m not supporting or wasting further time on the corrupt privately held platform . Wrong is wrong , no spit , hate, or lies make this action ok," the former "Teen Mom" wrote on Twitter a few days back.

Her profile remains active on the platform.

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