'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham’s New Music Video Is Astoundingly Horrible — VIDEO

You need to be sitting down for this one, but you probably assumed that when you saw the picture of Farrah Abraham. Teen Mom's Farrah Abraham has released a music video for her song, "Blowin." Don't worry, you aren't alone in being unaware of Abraham's singing. I'm thinking the whole porn star thing distracted everyone from the fact that this isn't the first time she's released music. In 2012, Abraham released an album titled My Teenage Dream Ended — she's not one for subtlety — which was made in conjunction with her memoir of the same name.

But back to the new song because, you guys, there is just so much going on here. In an interview with In Touch, Abraham explained "Blowin."

I think all of the bully types I deal with … who are determined to be against me in my life. I want others to see they don’t need to be a follower or conform to what others think or do and let them live their lives to their full potential. I feel that to overcome the gravity of the negativity bullies try to portray on others, we really need our own space and focus to leave all of that behind and clear the negativity.

Sounds like a good message, but they're called haterz, Farrah! Come on! Keep up with the times! Abraham goes on to say that music is just a hobby of hers and not a career and mentioned that her daughter loves the song. “I also want my daughter to be better than all the gossip and negative people when she gets older, and Sophia really likes the song and dances to it as much as she can.”

On the video's YouTube page, Abraham claims to have written the lyrics herself and I believe her because they include WTF lines like,

Be better then normalMake those mistakesYour blowin (your blowin) all their minds away(Appearance, Sexuality, Ability)

And,

CelebURty -CelebURty --CelebURtyCelebURty -CelebURty -CelebURtyBeing yourself is makin you famous

Why is celebrity spelled like that? I have no idea.

Ah! We still haven't gotten to the actual video. It features Abraham's five-year-old daughter because of course it does. Abraham and Sophia walk through a field in flowy dresses for part of the video, but the rest is set in a club and shows Abraham dancing in a cage wearing a leather dress. The best part, hands down, is when she dances in her Twitter profile picture.

This song is like Lindsay Lohan's "Rumors" if it was a million times worse. The video is like "Friday" by Rebecca Black but with a less catchy song. And I've only described the tip of the iceberg, you have to watch it yourself for the full effect.

Farrah Abraham on YouTube

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