Farrah Abraham is not yet ready to accept Chrissy Teigen’s apologies for the cyberbullying allegations because as far as the “Teen Mom” ââstar is concerned, Teigen has never officially apologized to her or any of them. people who publicly humiliated the author of “Cravings”.
Abraham, 30, said she “had not received a public apology” from the former swimsuit model when she was approached by a traveling cameraman on Wednesday, according to TMZ.
When asked what she thought of Teigen’s lengthy memorandum posted on Medium, Abraham said Teigen did not have the “emotional or mental capacity at this time to properly apologize to anyone.” .
âThis is not a proper excuse,â Abraham insisted. “It means, ‘I can’t handle what I’ve done and the damage I’m going to suffer, take care of myself and my family”â¦ well, I don’t ignore when I have to go and apologize from someone. “
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Abraham went on to suggest that if Teigen has experienced some sort of “breakthrough” and “took the time to apologize to people, she can become the changed person she claims to be right now but is not. “.
The reality TV star was then asked if she believed in her heart that Teigen should be “canceled” for his behavior which Abraham actually disagreed with sentiment and added his own alternative to the often fashionable practice. .
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âLook, you can undo events, you can undo the posting of something, you can undo a lot of things – but people shouldn’t be canceled, they have to be counseled,â Abraham said. “They need mental help, they need breakthroughs.”
While Abraham said she was “sorry” Teigen was losing business left and right, she explained it hoping Teigen had a “clock” to go “take care of her” and maintained that she hoped Teigen could bounce back and “have a good career in the future.”
âI don’t want to cancel anyone,â Abraham continued. “I just want people to get help and stop this suicidal depressive culture.”
Elsewhere, Abraham has also said that Teigen should apologize to the children of people who have expressed their negative experiences with Teigen and said that Abraham “forgives” enough to go beyond everything if the right actions are taken.
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âI guess don’t be too nice to people who hurt you,â Abraham said adding, âI just wish the best for her and her family.â
On Monday, Teigen wrote how she realized, “I was insecure, immature, and in a world where I thought I had to impress foreigners to be accepted. If there was a stack of pop culture, I would. used Twitter to try to get attention and show what I thought at the time to be a crass, smart and harmless joke. I thought it made me cool and easy to understand if I made fun of celebrities. “
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âLife has made me more empathetic,â she added. âI understand better what drives trolling – the instant gratification you get from going wild and clapping, throwing rocks at someone you think is invincible because they are famous. Plus, I now know what it feels like to be on the end of the incredible vitriol. Believe me, the irony of that is not lost on me. ”