Farrah Abraham is known for saying some genuinely wild things, but her most recent Instagram post seems to have caught even followers who are familiar with her outrageous rants by surprise. The mother of one and former Teen Mom OG star took to the platform to share a video of herself screaming at protestors in Los Angeles from the safety of her balcony. While her video is disturbing, her caption has sparked confusion and anger.
Farrah Abraham is blessed to have people like herself in the world
Back on June 2, Abraham uploaded a video of people entering a CVS. Abraham, who claimed the people were looting the store, began screaming at people walking down the street and out of the store. In the rant, she called those on the road “criminals” and informed them she was filming. The video ended after several police officers arrived on the scene.
The only thing more disturbing than the video posted by Abraham was the caption she added to it. In a lengthy rant, Abraham claimed she was proud to use her voice for justice. She went on to state, “I’m blessed there’s people like me on this earth who care for store owners, working people! “Several commenters were quick to let Abraham know she isn’t “that important.”
Followers were quick to point out that Abraham appeared to be deleting comments from the post
Abraham’s post caught the ire of many of her Instagram followers, but several people noted something strange seemed to be going on with her comments. The former reality star has more than 2 million followers, and yet the comment count on her posts about the protests was relatively low.
Some people believe Abraham might be deleting the more negative comment placed on her page. However, several comments stating that Abraham had publicly aired her location remain public on the post. This is not the first time she’s been accused of deleting harsh criticism, though. In fact, Abraham has even been accused of buying positive comments.
Farrah Abraham might be acting a bit hypocritically, claim followers
Abraham claims she supports the protests that have taken place across the United States over the last ten days. She alleges that she is simply concerned that “criminals” are breaking into stores and looting during the mostly peaceful events. In a comment, she went on to claim that she’ll always do “what’s right.”
Followers were quick to point out that Abraham might be a bit hypocritical about her call to protect businesses during the protests. Abraham was recently sued for failing to pay rent on several retail properties after she shuttered her stores. Farrah, who spent months avoiding being served, was on the hook for over $100,000 in back rent. She was also sued for pulling out of a planned event that she had been paid to attend.