Farrah Abraham is no stranger to controversy, but even by her standards, she's been kicking the proverbial hornet's nest left and right lately.
Latest case in point? This "sexy" image ...
Yes. Worth a thousand words, is it not?
The 26-year-old Teen Mom: OG firebrand donned a busty lingerie-style one-piece and sat in poolside swing over Labor Day Weekend.
Why? Does Farrah need a reason?!
Abraham's ensemble leaves little to the imagination, as she looks like she's about to partake in ... well, we'll leave THAT to the imagination.
Fans weren't impressed, however.
Recoiling in shock and/or laughter to her scarlet locks and cleavage-baring outfit, Farrah followers lit her up online in response.
"Why are you walking around in your lingerie? Seriously have respect for yourself!" one critic said, apparently never having met Farrah.
Another repulsed commenter added:
"Ewww! Seriously Farrah! You look disgusting. Lingerie is meant for the bedroom not outside where other people can see you #growup."
The combination of the hair and the outfit, along with the onset of September, led to more than a few Halloween comparisons a well.
"Really Farrah you ready for Halloween!" one fan said, while another hater blasted her: "Damn, you look like you ate the Little Mermaid."
Ouch. People have no chill.
As always, Abraham's "plastic" appearance took some flak as well, as her growing chorus of critics lamented how ... different she looks.
"No plastic would look good on you. You were so cute before the surgeries," the comment read, though the biggest criticism was yet to come.
Not that we ever advocate dragging a celebrity online, but if there were a valid topic to debate with Farrah, it'd be regarding her parenting.
Does this kind of thing set a good example?
Abraham, of course, is the mother of an eight-year-old daughter, Sophia, so when we hear about Farrah's vaginal rejuvenation and such?
It's not not wonder what message she's sending by hyping up such events in her life, or posting this kind of material to titillate the masses.
Farrah, one follower observed, "could have been a role model for young girls but you decided to run for the fame and make it all about you."
Another added, along similar lines, that being a mom has never been a priority for her, and this is "Poor Sophia being left with a nanny again."
That last comment is probably inaccurate, and Farrah is homeschooling Sophia so they can go to more events ... but the point remains:
This is not the first time Abraham has come under fire, especially when it comes to being a good role model, and it will not be the last.
Not that we expect it to faze her.
"I think it's just best to ignore negativity and only welcome positivity in your life," said Abraham in a recent interview on this very subject.
"I think that shows for Sophia and hopefully myself over the years and I'm just really happy about that," the reality star told Us Weekly.
While ignoring the loudest, most negative voices is certainly a good strategy to survive life in the public eye, it still begs the question:
Is she leading a life that her daughter would be proud of? And should she be doing more to encourage positivity on a daily basis?
A blanket disavowal of responsibility and blaming of haters may not suffice once Sophia gets older and begins to question her life decisions.
Just saying. Food for thought.