Farrah Abraham Shocks Followers By Letting Daughter Get SIX New Piercings For 14th Birthday!

She’s not a daily mother, she’s a cool mother!

Farrah Abraham has damaged the web by revealing she let her daughter Sophia get SIX new piercings for her 14 birthday. On her TikTok and Instagram, the Teen Mother star posted a video of her teen at a tattoo parlor getting the piercings. She wrote within the caption of the video:

“@sophialabraham HAPPY 14th Birthday! #snakebite & #earlobe piercing get together! 6 piercings later #snakebitepiercings you match vour snake ???? are you able to even eat your cake? #fvp #birthday #birthdaygirl #birthdaygift #fy #lippiercing”

The video reveals a compilation of Sophia sitting within the piercer’s chair together with her all-black different model and purple hair getting snake bites on her decrease lip, in addition to two new piercings in every of her ears.

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As , with something on the web, nobody was shy about sharing their opinions! And other people appear to be fairly torn — they’re both on board or fully in opposition to the concept. Some Reddit customers even accused Farrah of inflicting her baby trauma for permitting her to get the piercings. Um… what?

One social media consumer wrote they don’t consider the piercings are “age acceptable”:

“I might haven’t been allowed again into my college if I confirmed up with 6 piercings at that age! I believe this can be a bit too intense and never fully age acceptable. She appears cute however pretend ones would have gone a great distance as properly…”

One other consumer expressed their concern for Sophia’s facial piercings not therapeutic sooner or later ought to she ever determine to take them out:

“Effectively after all she did, her mom is Farrah. Truthfully if I had child I’d allow them to get piercings however solely nostril, ears, and stomach button. Face holes by no means totally heal up and people Monroe’s or snake chew scars look gnarly.”

A 3rd Reddit consumer insinuated Farrah’s parenting not being as much as par:

“As somebody who was within the alt scene as a child and grownup I do fear about her. Numerous us ended up there bc our house life was s**tty. particularly at her age. Love that she his expressing herself and Farrah permits that.”

And a fourth commenter mentioned they agreed — and advised that Sophia is traumatized:

“This. I really feel like we’ve watched a childhood trauma unfold in actual time over the past 14 years and I really feel icky about it.”


We’ve all been by our teenage years — it’s fairly clear for many of us if our mother and father would’ve allow us to get tattoos or piercings we might’ve jumped on the probability no questions requested! It’s ridiculous to mommy disgrace Farrah for permitting her daughter to precise herself and being alongside for the journey together with her. Whether or not it’s an excessive amount of or not, that’s for her and Sophia to determine for themselves.

On Instagram, it appears commenters are much less upset concerning the choice, some customers praising the mother of 1 for it:

“Teenage me wished my mother and father would have been okay with this. I like you supporting what makes her completely satisfied.

My daughter is similar age and likewise going by a piercing section – I favor piercing then every other modification that may’t be reversed! And other people also needs to be conscious that piercing can be an “outlet” to have ache deliberately inflicted on oneself against the choice – be kinder folks it’s a younger hormonal teenager discovering and expressing herself . No our place to guage…

I’m not the largest Farah fan, however I’ll say one factor I can admire about her is she permits Sophia the liberty to precise herself, alot of ppl say its too younger nonetheless we have been piercing one another’s stomach buttons with security pins within the toilet at college at 13.”

Looks as if the web is split! The place do U stand, Perezcious readers? Tell us within the feedback (under).

[Image via Instagram/Farrah Abraham]

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