Teen Mom fans shocked as Farrah Abraham's mom Debra, 63, dances in graveyard with zombies in 'creepy' new music video

TEEN Mom fans were shocked after seeing Farrah Abraham's mom Debra's new music video where she's dancing in a graveyard with zombies.

Debra previously revealed that she hasn't spoken to Farrah or her 12-year-old granddaughter, Sophia in months.


The 63-year-old took to Instagram to share the release of the music video for her new single, Bullets and Booze.

The clip shows dozens of zombies crawling throughout a graveyard before joining Debra in a bar as they dance behind her.

The mom-of-two donned a black suit, top hat and black rose choker necklace as she lip synched the lyrics.

The video continued with her lying on top of the bar and then weaving through the crowd of zombies.

She captioned the post: "'Bullets & Booze’ OFFICIAL Music Video just released on YouTube! Click link in bio and head over to my channel. You’re gonna LOVE this one! #debzog #debradanielsen #newmusic"

Fans had strong reactions towards watching the grandmother, who goes by stage name Debz OG, parade around in the video.

One user commented: "😢😢😢😢😢😢 what's wrong with this lady, she thinks she's only 20 years. Come one she's a grandma now, acting like a grandma 😢"

Another wrote: "What did I just watch?"

While another asked: "Is she okay?"

ESTRANGEMENT

The video comes after Debra exclusively told The Sun that she has been estranged from her daughter and granddaughter.

"We haven't talked for quite some time. May was the last time I spoke to her," she revealed.

The artist wouldn’t reveal the reason for the falling out, as she said it is a “private matter.”

She added that she has “no relationship” with her granddaughter Sophia as well. 

Debra continued: “I am sad because Sophia is an amazing person and I love her so much. We had years together. I love her. I miss her.”

The rapper added that she will “always” hope the two will mend their relationship. 

She said: “Sometimes you feel like you’re owed an apology. When you love people, like Christ loves us and forgives us, we need to do likewise. Love each other, forgive each other and work together. That’s where I’m at. What mother would not want that?”

MISSING SOPHIA

While appearing on an episode of the Have a Seat with Chris Hansen podcast, Debra said: “We’re not speaking today, so that’s very sad, and I miss my granddaughter…

“…I pray to God that my daughter is happy and healthy, and I do want [our] relationship to be happy and healthy.

“I want to be able to hug her and hold her and tell her I love her.

"That’s very important to me, and I want my Sophia to know that she is still the sparkle in my eye and I will always love her and I miss her.”

Debra continued that while she doesn’t blame their appearance on the MTV show for their falling out, she does believe the spotlight changed Farrah.

She said: “When you’re on TV your world changes and things become different. It is what it is. It’s because you’re working in a different realm. Some of that goes to some people’s heads. They’re not as approachable or teachable as they used to be. 

“Going on TV did have an effect, it always does, it’s being human. I’m not saying anything bad about MTV or my daughter, but it changed her to feeling more entitled. Even if you’re president you should always have respect and honor for other people.”

Farrah could not immediately be reached for comment.

FARRAH'S POSTS

The TV star did, however, share a cryptic post that may be indicative of her relationship with her mother.

In her Instagram Stories, the message read: "I am resilient, but I deserve rest, too."

Earlier this month, Farrah, 30, left another quote on her Instagram story amidst the family feud, which read: “A sense of failure is not something to engage with.

“Just observe it and let it pass.”

The bottom of the post also included numerous hands applauding toward the text.



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