Farrah Abraham is definitely a daddy’s girl!
The Teen Mom star’s father took to Facebook Sunday to blast the “sick people” who have been slamming his daughter—and OKMagazine.com has all the details.
“Sorry people … I’m a thick skinned person but the BS I have to put up with from people …Not from my daughter’s choices, but from pure sick people really messed up my day,” Mike Abraham wrote.
“Heck, a person is trying to improve herself and the ‘haters’ still can find bad in a good action.”
The good action dad was referring to is his 22-year-old daughter’s decision to check into rehab following the bitter backlash she received after selling a sex tape she made with porn star, James Deen—something poppa Abraham explains was done for her 4-year-old daughter’s sake.
“Yes the video is out there,” Mike wrote. “And if these people read the facts there is more to Farrah than the video … She has worked ‘day jobs’ or normal jobs just like everyone else … Or harder … to insure Sophia had a roof over her head and food on the table.”
And the protective pops singled out one particular, anonymous, hater in his diatribe.
“As for you, you must be the only perfect person on earth that you think you’re warranted to state something about someone you don’t even know,” he wrote.
“You must be a virgin, or a woman that has only been with her husband, you’re an angel … Which [reading your judgmental] statements you’re not … I pray for you.”
And, Mike was keen to point out that his single mother daughter is still working hard to support her child.
“For the judgmental people, you have your right to your opinions, but keep them to facts, not ‘stories’ or BS you make up,” he wrote.
“Farrah is still working on her degrees. [As for being] a providing parent, she does provide love and pays her and her daughter’s living. She is also busy with other businesses.
“She is loving, a hard worker, smart, beautiful, a wonderful momma, sweet daughter … And fun person!
“God I pray to you to guide her, bless her, protect her, open her eyes to truths and most of all, help me [be] a better father to Farrah. Always know I love you Farrah and you will always be my little girl!”
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