Farrah Abraham has revealed that she’s blocked Jenelle Evans. The former “Teen Mom OG” star dished with plenty of detail (and interesting words) to Hollywood Life today as she admitted that she has “blocked” the former “Teen Mom 2” star.
“I actually did block her because I am just not wanting to insert myself into someone’s relationship. That is not my place,” Farrah told the media outlet.
Quite whether Farrah meant “inserting” herself into Jenelle and estranged husband David Eason’s relationship before or after their recent split wasn’t clarified. Perhaps Farrah simply meant the term as applicable to Jenelle overall.
Farrah had plenty more to add.
“I think to confide in a therapist or a third party outside of TV and those things. I think that is (much) more healthier for someone getting out of a relationship because I know intricacies of TV in her relationship and I just didn’t think I would be the best person to confide in or talk to about that.”
“So I just kind of removed myself. I think that’s probably the best friend thing I could do there.”
Farrah and Jenelle have had their feuds (who hasn’t with Farrah?). The 28-year-old has a long history of feuding with Evans, although she did attend Jenelle’s JE Cosmetics launch at New York Fashion Week earlier this year.
October also saw Farrah reveal that Jenelle had, according to Farrah, sought advice from the “Teen Mom OG” star. after herself being fired from “Teen Mom 2.”
Jenelle’s exit from the franchise came after the high-profile dog-shooting incident involving David Eason and the now-deceased family dog Nugget.
Farrah herself is a single mother, although not by choice. Baby daddy Derek Underwood died tragically in a car accident before the couple’s daughter Sophia was born.
Farrah’s interview also saw her weigh in on Jenelle’s recent split.
“I feel like I’m mixed up with what I see and what I hear. So I don’t really know. You know, if someone’s being abused, I just want to say all women need to be smart enough and just focus on themselves and their children. If there is abuse, don’t let abuse occur or happen,” she said.
Abrasive as Farrah can be in some interviews, today’s one didn’t see that side of the Nebraska native. Farrah seemed willing to extend love and support to Jenelle (even if she’s blocked her).
“I mean I read Weekly which Sophia knows. Like books of women development, women of value, how to choose the right partner, how to attract the right partner, how to create the structured and great balanced relationship that I want,” Farrah continued.
“So I think maybe I’ll actually send Jenelle some of my Kindle audio books for relationship stuff. I mean she would love that around the holiday,” she added.
Farrah’s Instagram is definitely somewhat unusual compared to the social media profiles seen by the MTV franchise’s current and past faces. Farrah’s activities in the adult entertainment world somewhat carry over onto her social media, with many posts coming with a giant NSFW.
Farrah is not followed by any of the “Teen Mom” cast. Her following does seem to be slowly dropping – Farrah had 2.3 million Instagram followers back in the summer, but the figure now sits at 2.1 million.