Teen Mom Farrah Abraham’s mom Debra Danielsen slammed as 'embarrassing' as star shocks fans with 'cringe' new rap video

Teen Mom Farrah Abraham’s mom Debra Danielsen slammed as 'embarrassing' as star shocks fans with 'cringe' new rap video

FARRAH Abraham's mom shared a new rap video that had shocked fans running '8 Miles' away.

The Teen Mom star's mother, Debra Danielsen, was slammed as "embarrassing" by fans for her "cringe" performance.

Farrah's mom shared a new rap video to her Instagram page that many could not believe.

"Chasing after capital like Texas," Debra began in her video as she filmed herself standing in her dining room with studio equipment behind her – seemingly making a reference to the death penalty.

"Flossin' – haters give me powers like I'm Austin."

"Check this Debra D. don't let them get close to me," she continued, facing the camera as she earnestly performed.

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The 63-year-old grandmother – who releases rap music under the name DebzOG – captioned the clip: "Just a small preview of my Rap Battle Short Film I made on tiktok!"

Many felt the preview was plenty.

"Why is this happening," one Instagram user commented.

"Wow she has really fell off the crazy train. Like is this real or some kind of joke. How embarrassing," bashed another.

"Blink 3 times if you need help" wrote a third.

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One fan encouraged her verse-dropping venture and wrote: "Yesss Debz OG spitting barz!!"

However, this isn't the first time Debra has shared rap videos to her page – and a fan wrote under an earlier offering:

"Go Carol Baskin!!!"

While another ripped, "WTF THIS IS DISTURBING."

And a third: "Remember when she slapped Farrah across the face for not leading a Christian life?"

A fourth wrote, "And people wonder why Farrah has issues?!?!"


Debra has previously worn other daring outfits, including blue cut-out pants and a black leather halter top, to promote her music.

She previously defended her "art", including her music video for a song called White Woman’s Rap, as fans criticized her scantily-clad outfits and “off the rails” dance moves. 

Debra said of her work: “A lot of people don’t realize I am a singer and rapper. I’m not on drugs, I’m not high, I’m an artist.

"I love music. What you see in my videos is who I am. I want this to be about my music and my music career."


Farrah recently returned from rehab and announced she was starting a career in stand-up comedy.

The former reality star displayed the various bills as she fanned herself with them.

Her post also included a question box as she asked: "What should I put in my standup routine?!"

It's unclear if she has performed yet, but said her 30 day rehab stay influenced her to make the change.

The Teen Mom OG alum voluntarily checked into rehab after struggling to cope with the aftermath of her January arrest – which saw her "slap a security guard" in Hollywood.

She revealed to fans on Instagram that she had "the best time of my life" at the "trauma treatment center."

She recently told TMZ, "Comedic relief is everything we need."

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The MTV star has had her own music career as well in the past, as well as – infamously – her adult film career which got her in trouble with the network.

She has been slammed multiple times on Teen Mom for being "racist" including on the recent Family Reunion before her rehab stay.

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