Folks are not happy with “Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham this week.

The reality television show star posted an Instagram photo on Tuesday promoting a weight loss tea.

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“Teatime @flattummytea @sophialabraham & I – after all that candy 👻,” the MTV star captioned the photo, where her 7-year-old daughter, Sophia, appears to be drinking the tea from a coffee tumbler.

Her followers wasted no time criticizing Abraham for bad parenting.

“Absolutely insane! You need you’re had read woman. Wtf!? Not only are you raising a seriously obnoxious spoilt brat but now you’re teaching her that unless she has a flat stomach she’s unattractive?! You know what,you’re attitude is unattractive so it’s your daughters,” one user commented. “Your parents are afraid of you, you talk DOWN to everyone (including boyfriends) and you teach your daughter that she deserves everything she asks for. WOW. Just wow”

Another follower said, “Everyone is entitled to their opinion, I agree. I don’t agree with her parenting skills, but that doesn’t mean I’m going to call her bad mother. If your not a parent then you have no right to judge.”

Someone even said Abraham is putting her daughter’s health in jeopardy. “Giving non-approved dieting aids to a child, especially without the guidance of a doctor (which will not happen given the product and that there is no weight concern), is dangerous/ reckless,” a user said.  “Plus, the message it sends is irresponsible and significantly damaging.”

On Wednesday, Abraham told US Weekly that her daughter “has strawberry milk and I have my tea.” She also added, “She wanted to take a pic like that, so no, my daughter does not have tea in her cup.”

So we guess her fans can relax.

“Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham was slammed for a picture of her 7-year-old daughter drinking weight loss tea Farrah Abraham / Instagram
Kamron Taylor About the author:
Kamron comes to Rare from Dayton Ohio where she was previously a food, culture and entertainment reporter for Cox Media Group Ohio. A Spelman College graduate, Kamron has also worked at CNN, WSB-TV in Atlanta, and Fox 2 News in St. Louis.
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