Farrah Abraham Would Support Daughter Getting Plastic Surgery
Once again, Farrah Abraham has said something that made us go, "Wait, what?" The 'Teen Mom' star, who resorted to making porno films, has said that she would support her daughter Sophia, who is now 4, if she wanted to get plastic surgery later in life.
Okay, at first, these statements could be perceived as a ploy for Abraham, 22, to get more press and publicity and to keep her name out there. But still, it is pretty ridic.
"I have to say, we very much believe that we are pretty," the starlet, who has had work done herself, including breast implants, a nose job, lip injections and a chin implant, told RadarOnline." We are secure people. But if there’s something that she can’t live with, then yes go for it!"
Anyone else catch that contradiction? If you are secure and believe you are pretty, then you won't feel you need to go under the knife to "fix" something. It's also a questionable, mixed message, especially wen sending it to a child.
While Abraham would support her little girl if she opted for cosmetic surgery, she would make her wait until she was of age before altering her appearance. She continued, "Like myself, I waited till I was 18. If she would like to do that, she’s her own adult. And if it’s for a real reason."
Even so, the reality star doesn't expect her daughter to need any alterations.
"I’m supportive, but I don’t think in any way shape or form she will need that. She’s a very adorable, good looking, great kid," she said.
Mom, however, isn't ruling out future upgrades on her appearahce, although she is done… for now.
"At this time right now, my esthetician and my doctors don’t recommend that, so I’m not going to," she said about further procedures.
Abraham has adopted a strict, healthy diet and is juicing, which she said made her skin glow.
While Abraham's words were carefully measured to say she does think her daughter is flawless and won't need cosmetic surgery and while she points out that she will be a supportive mom, it still sends a dangerous message about her parenting perspective.