It looks like Farrah Abraham is going for another “Mother” of the Decade award. (I can’t with good conscience call her a mother without using quotation marks.) This time it has to do with Farrah getting into a fight with an elementary school principal over her decision to send her 7-year-old daughter Sophia to school in a face full of child-grade spackle.
The last time Farrah proved what a great mom she is, she bragged on Instagram about some wrong photos of her 7-year-old daughter modeling swimsuits. There were a few things people weren’t crazy about, but one of them was that Sophia appeared to be wearing as much makeup as a Kardashian. Apparently wearing that much makeup isn’t only for modeling. Sophia frequently wears makeup to school and Farrah recently explained on the Allegedly podcast (via UsWeekly) that her daughter’s jealous hater principal complained about it. Oh my god, principal, get over it! Sophia’s lost almost all her baby teeth; she’s practically an adult.
It’s one thing to get a call from the principal informing you that your kid is too young to go to school with contour-snatched cheekbones and eyelashes reaching for Jesus. It’s another thing when you march your Made by DuPont body into the principal’s office to tear them a new one for daring to tell you that a child can’t wear makeup to grade school.
“You know, when your kids are 5 or 6 they already start playing with makeup. And I was the only mother in freakin’ elementary school getting called in to deal with makeup on her daughter. So I said to them – and I proved my point because then the principal switched schools – I go, ‘Well then you should take off your makeup. If you don’t want little girls coming to school with makeup then don’t wear makeup.’
And then ever since I’ve seen that principal she hasn’t had makeup on her face. There’s bigger things to worry about than makeup.”
The most obvious flaw in Farrah’s logic is that there’s a pretty big difference between an adult woman wearing makeup to her job and a little girl wearing full makeup to school. That’s a real apples-to-implants comparison. Although I’m not surprised that Farrah’s argument would make zero sense. It’s Farrah Abraham, after all.
What does surprise me about this story is that Sophia is still in school. One might think that Farrah would have pulled her out of school to focus on her career as a “celebrity.” Especially since she’s got the best teacher right at home. And don’t say she wouldn’t learn anything by staying at home and following her mom around. Sophia would receive comprehensive future career training by watching Farrah “accidentally” fuck up her face for a reality TV show appearance (Attention Getting 101) or start Twitter fights with famous people (Introduction to Relevancy).