We celebrate Mother’s Day with all kinds of mothers – good, bad … and Farah Abraham.
Now, we probably don’t need to tell you that Farah won’t win the Mother of the Year awards anytime soon – in fact, it’s amazing that she still has custody of her daughter Sophia.
But sometimes, Farah completely forgets to be a bat narcissist and actually does some difficult parenting.
For example, Farah and Sophia visited Derek Underwood’s grave on Mother’s Day.
Derek is Sophia’s father who died in a tragic car accident two months before her birth.
“#mathersday My Mother’s Day is always about meeting the person who made me a mother,” Farah captioned the video.
“God is great! #Love in the Midwest Love my family! র্বsophialabraham is proud of #fyp.”
The use of hashtags and exuberant tones may be a little inappropriate to visit a teenager’s grave, but at least Farah continues to honor Derek’s memory.
He paid his last respects to Sophia’s late father in December, when he offered some support to others who had lost loved ones.
“I hope you know that you are strong, healthy to feel a lot of emotions and even for many years, even decades, it is normal to be saddened by trauma therapy, anti-depressants. He wrote at the time.
“Wishing loved ones and new challenges were unexpected. Peace and positivity are your way.”
Yes, with Farah you sometimes have to use the word salad to find meaning, but his heart was in the right place.
However, it has been an eventful year in the life of the former reality star.
In January, Farah was arrested for slapping a security guard at a nightclub where he was partying.
He denies any wrongdoing, but the video taken at the scene tells a very different story.
Farah checked in for rehabilitation after the event but left just a few weeks later.
He may still face jail time for the attack, but he will likely be released with fines and community service.
Farah is often involved in this kind of behavior, but nowadays, it’s a little more problematic, because 13-year-old Sophia is old enough to know what’s going on.
On TikTok, fans mostly supported Farah’s recent video, although some took issue with Farah’s exuberant favorite song – Walker Hayes’ “AA”, along with a fashion statement next to Sofia’s grave.
Humorous songs about controlling your drinking so that you don’t have to go to AA seems a bit strange to pay homage to someone who died in a traffic accident.
One commenter wrote, “Happy Mother’s Day. It’s great that you’ve been with Sophie since she was a kid.”
“Okay but why like this song,” added another.
“All I want to say is wow. Wow,” a third one shouted.
So yes, the response was mixed, but the important thing was that Farah, Sophia, and whoever it was (Derek’s father, probably?) Were able to pay their respects in a way that they saw fit.
But maybe next time, Farah will be inspired to choose a song that is a little more appropriate for the occasion.