The Teen Mom went on Bethenny Frankel’s floundering talk show to talk about motherhood and her business ventures, but instead, it turned into one big judge-fest! By, both Bethenny and the audience!
The segment, which airs on Monday, was not what Farrah was expecting, and has since made a statement about it. Check out the harsh words she wrote to Bethenny and see the segment for yourself AFTER THE JUMP!!!
“Before going on the show, I was told that it would be a positive and inspirational talk for mothers and business women. But as soon as I met Bethenny, it turned into a judgmental zone. She did not like how I valued my daughter’s opinion and care so much about her that I allow her to have her own voice. Then, she brought up very old misconstrued tabloid topics like my daughter’s unibrow and had judgmental women who were in the audience act disrespectful towards me and twist my opinion — as a mother, I care about my daughter’s hygiene — to suggest Sophia would not be beautiful, even if she had a unibrow. It was rude and I felt Bethenny siding with these women and their untrue statements.”
It’s true that you can’t always trust what’s in the tabloids, but this was still rough.
Then things got nastier when they talked about Farrah’s sex toys. The reality TV star threw some shade at Bethenny, and said:
“During the show, she brought up my sex toy line… and tried to encourage the audience to not buy my line because ‘I’m a Teen Mom and that’s all I will ever be.’ This was very rude as my life has moved on from all of this, plus, it made no sense at all being the first release of the sex toys are for men not women. Perhaps her ex-husband Jason will be purchasing my sex toys… not women like Bethenny.”
We’re confused why Farrah said she’s “moved on from all of this” considering her sex toys were revealed at the end of September. That was a short-lived business venture!
Miz Abraham finished her rant by saying:
“Overall, Bethenny seems to be in a dark place in her life and it was shocking to see how against women she really is. I hope she comes to better terms with herself so she can be a better mother, move on from her divorce — and be a better television host. I wish her all the best in her future and her career.”
Very diplomatic. Farrah actually did come under some pretty serious fire on the show, and handled herself well.
What do you think of the whole experience (below)?