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Whoa! See What Farrah Abraham Said About Kimye Naming Their Daughter North West

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Jun. 25 2013, Published 5:22 a.m. ET

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Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, and clearly there are plenty when it comes to the name of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's new baby girl, North West. But Farrah Abraham, clearly not one to keep things to herself, is talking publicly about what she thinks of the newborn's name and hint: It ain't pretty. 

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In an interview with HollywoodLife.com, Farrah started off pretty neutral, telling the site:

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"She named her child North? Maybe she likes that. North? I mean, I could see someone naming their child North. It’s really her own preference. I don’t feel like it matches. Then again, why be predictable? I feel like it doesn’t match what she and Kanye would call their child. Like, did Kanye want to call it North?"

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Fine. But then, Farrah said this:

"OK… I think this is being a little too obsessed with the spotlight and celebritism. That’s their own choice and I wish them the best with their child."

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We personally think it's hilarious that Farrah thinks Kimye are too obsessed with "the spotlight and celebritism" when clearly she's the one going off becoming infamous off sex tapes, but we digress. We will give Farrah some credit though and say that even though she hasn't made the best choices recently, giving her daughter the name Sophia was a way better decision than Kimye naming their daughter North West. #SorryNotSorry

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What do you think of Farrah's statement about baby North? Is she entitled to her opinion or should she just keep it to herself? Tweet us @OKMagazine!

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