Teen Mom Farrah Abraham gave up custody of daughter Sophia to her mom in Iowa so she could go to college in Florida. Now she's been spotted enjoying fashion week in New York City--without her little girl, of course.
According to Hollywood Life, the Teen Mom is pursuing a career in Culinary Management, and for some reason felt she needed to get that education in Fort Lauderdale rather than nearer to her child in Iowa. Therefore she turned custody of little Sophia over to her mom, so she could pursue her dream.
So what does Fashion Week in New York City have to do with pursuing a dream in Culinary Management? That has some people a little bit confused. Unfortunately for others, the truth is becoming painfully clear. Here's what Farrah Abraham tweeted to her followers upon arriving in New York.
"In Nyc. ex[c]ited for NYC fashion week. & *-+ 9/11+-* R.I.P . The U.S stands strong. Xo" Farrah tweeted on September 10th. On September 14th she added, "Fashion week & Finals Week.......Fun can wait for it to be done."
Okay, so why? If this Teen Mom had that kind of break from school, didn't she immediately hop a flight to Iowa to spend time with her daughter? Shouldn't that where Farrah Abraham's first priority should lie?
Farrah tried defending her choice about leaving Sophia with her mom during a recent interview, but it doesn't really seem believable. See what you think.
"Honestly, I wanted Sophia to move with me from the very beginning," Farrah recently said while being interviewed. "When my mom came up with the idea of Sophia staying with her, it created drama as if I'd be doing the right thing by taking her or leaving her with my mom. People can judge either way."
Does it sound to you like Teen Mom Farrah Abraham is simply shirking her responsibilities as a mother? Does she really have an excuse for running off to Fashion Week in New York City instead of going to visit her little girl?
Yes, it does sound like she's taking this opportunity of sorts to "pursue her dream," but it almost appears like her dream is to not be a mother any more.
What do you think?
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