Farrah Abraham, 2019 Emmy Awards

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Farrah Abraham has a few words for her haters.

The Teen Mom alumna responded to criticism she received after filming a video of herself dancing in a red bikini in front of her 10-year-old daughter Sophia.

"I have to say there is nothing wrong with a woman being, like, fully dressed in clothing—if that's a bikini set or whatever," she told TMZ on Monday. She then added, "I feel like a lot of moms are sex shamed—which I definitely have been in my life—and I think when I'm single, gorgeous, young and beautiful, I would almost regret looking back at my life not living a happy, outgoing life. And I would definitely hope my daughter is never shamed to cover up herself and, like, not be her happiest." 

The 28-year-old reality star also shot down the notion that her daughter is growing up too fast, noting Sophia is  "very much her kid self." In fact, Abraham said her daughter is "more well behaved than I see of her other kids and her other peers."

"I'm very blessed," she said.

She also said she thinks she lives her life "a little bit more conservatively than other people do."

Abraham posted the video to Instagram over the weekend. The 30-second clip showed Abraham dancing in a red bikini on a yacht while her friend played the violin in the background. Abraham told TMZ Sophia was making TikTok videos, dancing and having fun on the boat. 

However, many social media users criticized the TV star.

"And your daughter was with you!!" one commenter wrote. "Mom of the year right there!!! I feel so bad for Sophia…you seriously need help!!!"

"Your 10 yr old watching behind the camera is the worst part," added another.

However, it looks like Abraham isn't giving this criticism another thought.

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