Teen Mom Farrah Abraham's mother Debra admits she 'misses' granddaughter Sophia, 12, after not speaking for five months

FARRAH Abraham's mother Debra told fans that she "misses" her granddaughter Sophia after not speaking for five months.

The Teen Mom OG grandmother revealed in October that she has "no relationship" with her daughter or granddaughter.

Debra, 64, took to Instagram on Tuesday to promote her new song and update fans on her holiday decorating.

The reality star mouthed the words to her single Bullets and Booze before cutting off the music and speaking directly to her followers.

"I'm getting ready for Christmas, and one of the themed trees I'm going to put up this year happens to be The Nightmare Before Christmas," she explained.

Fans rushed to the comments to share their opinions on the song as well as their recommendations for more spooky holiday decor.

One user mentioned Debra's granddaughter and Farrah's daughter Sophia, 12, saying: "I bet Sophia would love that. She's into darker stuff these days.

"She's missing bonding time with you esp bc you're both into the same things right now."

The TV personality replied: "missing my Sophia ❤️❤️❤️❤️."


In October, Debra exclusively told The Sun that she hasn't spoken to either Farrah or Sophia since the Spring.

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

Debra, who goes by stage name Debz OG, 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 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. 

“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?”

Debra further explained that while she doesn’t blame their appearance on the MTV show for their falling out, she does believe the spotlight has changed her daughter.

“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.”

Although Farrah has not spoken directly on the matter, in Mid-October the author shared a cryptic quote on her stories reading: "I am resilient, but I deserve rest, too."

Debra and her family have suffered a tumultuous relationship overall, and in June her 83-year-old mother Carmella even filed for an elder abuse protective order against her.

The great-grandmother claimed the altercation involved Debra and her husband David angrily confronting her about finances.

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