Reality TV Star Comes Under Fire For Confusing 9/11 With Popular Convenience Store

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Farrah Abraham is best known for being the “dramatic one” on some MTV show about teen mothers (which is a feat in itself.) She’s also known for cashing in on that ‘Teen Mom’ fame to do graphic porn and get massive bolt-ons. (You know what I’m talking about.)


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Bolt-ons. Now you get it.

So… you know. Pure class.

Anyway, this role model decided to take her daughter to the September 11th memorial (good mom!) to teach her about 7/11. (bad mom.)

Farrah doesn’t need to tarnish a national tragedy to teach anyone about Slurpees, if you know what  mean. (Yikes. Bad joke.)

According to Fox News:

Farrah Abraham commemorated the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with a trip to Ground Zero — but the visit didn’t come without a massive gaffe that’s floored social media users.

The former “Teen Mom” star, 28, on Wednesday seemingly confused 9/11 with the convenience chain store 7-Eleven.


No, she’s not “too young” to understand. Please, PLEASE don’t say that. I’m 28, and I remember that day like it was yesterday.

“OK, so we wanted to do, since it’s going to be September 11th, in honor of the Freedom Towers and the observatory deck and everything of 7-Eleven, we are going to do this,” Abraham says in videos posted online. “Wow, look at this guys,” she adds, pointing the camera upward to show One World Trade Center.


I don’t know. Did she do this to get attention? How did she not notice as she edited and then posted the video? It’s not like it went up live.

The MTV cast member-turned-adult film star said she was in fifth grade when the Twin Towers collapsed in 2001 — and she was visiting the building in New York City’s Lower Manhattan to “enjoy this experience” with her daughter, Sophia, as she’s now in fifth grade herself. Nearly 3,000 people died in the Sept. 11 terror attacks and thousands more suffered injuries.

Abraham described One World Trade as “gorgeous, beautiful and in memory of a lot of loved ones and a lot of others lost,” and added she believes it’s important for her 9-year-old daughter to learn about Sept. 11, as she wasn’t alive when it happened.

I feel like the good intentions were THERE, so I don’t want to judge her too harshly. I commend her for wanting to expose her daughter.

But yeah… she should have caught that.