Teen Mom Farrah Abraham slammed for getting the Covid vaccine as fans insist she's a 'healthy 29-year-old'

FARRAH Abraham has been slammed for getting the Covid vaccine when critics insisted she's a "healthy 29-year-old".

The Teen Mom OG alum sparked outrage when she shared a video of herself getting the shot inside a pharmacy on Instagram on Monday.

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The reality star said she was "prioritized" because she has a "compromised immune system".

Farrah wrote alongside the clip: "G.I Joe РMom reporting for duty  #covidvacccine complete.

"Women who have compromised immune systems prioritize your  #covid19 vaccine."

The mom-of-one added the hashtags: "#womanshistorymonth #health  #safety #farrahabraham #parents #lucky #minority #minoritiesinmedicine #immunesystem."

Farrah's critics flocked to the comments to question why she was able to get the vaccine before millions of elderly people, first responders and key workers.

"You should be ashamed. They're millions of elderly people that haven't received their shots and you're already getting yours?" one raged.

"You're not in any of the tiers? Why are you getting vaccinated before others?" another wanted to know.

A third fumed: "Why the hell does she qualify??"

Farrah faced backlash last week for letting her 12-year-old daughter Sophia have hair extensions, fake nails and makeup.

The MTV alum's followers begged her to let Sophia "be a kid" after she shared a snap of the youngster looking glam and dolled up for her birthday.

Farrah previously came under fire for calling Sophia rude in a bizarre Instagram video.

She ranted for nearly 13 minutes about raising a child in today's society.

She said: "I love my daughter and she's turning 12. So the point is I can repeat myself probably like 10 million times and then she still won't even know that I repeated 10 million times.

"Oh and then she'll ask me again. What should she say? Can you repeat it again? Oh and then be rude to me at the same time for wasting my time.

"It's just a really entertaining circle that I just don't entertain."

She continued: "And then after I spend probably til like 1 AM in the morning doing stuff for my child, you know then she'll forget like toilet paper in our bathroom.

"Oh and then she'll forget towels that are cleaned for her. So then I gotta go walk them upstairs. So yes it's been super entertaining."

Earlier this month, Farrah said she will forever grieve the loss of Derek Underwood, who was Sophia's father.

She opened up about how she’s been feeling the last few weeks since the 12th anniversary of Derek’s death in late December.

Farrah wanted to share her story about coping with loss because she realized ‚Äúthere‚Äôs a lot of sadness going on‚ÄĚ right now with a lot of people, and she wanted to give whatever advice she could.

‚ÄúI just wanted to say, over the years, I‚Äôve shared so much of my life when I have been deeply depressed, suicidal, probably mentally ill because of it,‚ÄĚ the¬†Teen Mom¬†began.

‚ÄúAnd there‚Äôs so much that I‚Äôve learned about myself through my teens to my 20s.‚ÄĚ

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