Amazingly, Farrah Abraham is willing to fight someone in a boxing match to promote anit-bullying.
If you think that it's absurd that Farrah, of all people, would think that she's the person to champion an anti-bullying event, you're not alone.
Kailyn Lowry is dragging Farrah over this, and even issues a veiled threat.
Speaking to RadarOnline, Kailyn Lowly says that Farrah Abraham is just about the worst person to headline an anti-bullying campaign.
"I think there are much better influencers," Kailyn says in a pretty epic understatement.
Specificially, Kail says that there is no shortage of famous folks "who would make more sense for this."
That said ...
"There are plenty of us who will take her up on this," Kailyn says, evoking images of people lining up for a chance to physically fight Farrah Abraham.
"I think Lindsey Nicholson is a good option," Kail suggests.
Lindsey, of course, was on 16 and Pregnant. She also just happens to be a cage fighter.
"She knows what she's doing," Kailyn says.
Additionally, Kail gushes about Lindsey, saying: "She's an amazing person."
That is so sweet!
Kailyn notes that Lindsey would have a narrative appeal, adding: "And she has a story to tell."
At the very leash, Kailyn says, she would be there to cheer on Lindsey if she entered the ring with Farrah.
"I'll be there to support her," Kail pledges.
Though of course Kailyn acknowledges that Farrah might be unwilling to fight Lindsey, adding: "if she gets it."
"And I'm sure," Kailyn adds, that "a few of my other costars would come out to support."
We don't doubt it!
Of course, Farrah's dad also had something to say about Farrah's proposed fight.
"Too bad we won't see Drita fight," he says, referring to Farrah's feud with Drita D'Avanzo.
"She is like me," he says. "Way too old age group."
Drita is 42 years old and a Mob Wives star. Michael is a 61-year-old grandfather.
"And she is not one to promote anti-hate," Michael accuses.
Interesting, since it's his daughter who started their feud for no apparent reason.
Michael can't resist body-shaming Kailyn, adding: "And Kail is a lot higher weight class so that won't happen either, LOL!"
Kailyn heard Michael's disgusting bit of body-shaming and has a cool-headed response.
"Farrah's dad has a point," Kailyn acknowledges.
Kail goes on, saying: "I'm definitely not in Farrah's weight class."
"However," Kail continues. "He shot himself in the foot with his comments about Drita and [me]."
She then very carefully insinuates that he and Farrah should watch their backs.
Kailyn says: "I don't think the streets care about age or weight." ... Dang, girl!
"Michael and Farrah will do anything to stay relevant," Kail states.
Yep. That's sort of their whole brand.
"Something is wrong with their relationship, too," Kail says of the twisted father and daughter. "I don't know; I don't get it."
Nobody gets it.
Kailyn also states the obvious, noting that Farrah's "comments and actions don't align with promoting anti-bullying."
Farrah, always the victim, says that she'd never fight a fellow Teen Mom star -- because they're too mean for her to punch.
"Those who bully would not be fit for an anti-bullying match," Farrah claims.
Quick, someone get her a mirror!
Farrah continues: "The Teen Mom cast is riddled with negativity, bullying, and acts that are unhealthy."
That is certainly true! But there's a little less of that now that Farrah is out.
"I look forward," Farrah says. "To going in the ring with someone with integrity."
What person of integrity would enter the ring with Farrah? Either someone intent on delivering an epic beatdown ... or someone who hasn't googled her.
Farrah wants to do this "so it's a great boxing match for all to watch."
Sure -- there are a lot of people who would love to see Farrah in a boxing match. Just not for the reasons that Farrah hopes.
"Count down," Farrah teases. "It's going to be huge."