Farrah Abraham Goes on Racist Rant After \'Marriage Boot Camp\' Finale (UPDATE)
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Farrah Abraham Goes on Racist Rant After ‘Marriage Boot Camp’ Finale (UPDATE)

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UPDATE (6/26/17 at 9:33 a.m. ET):

The season of Marriage Boot Camp: Family Edition ended with a serious bang, as Farrah Abraham showed her true (racist) colors with her fellow castmates.

But rather than apologize, the Teen Mom OG star instead went on a rant after the episode ended, blaming everyone in the house but herself for her hateful actions.

After Friday's episode wrapped, the 26-year-old hopped on Instagram to call out the "irony" of the show, dubbing Kendra Wilkinson a "meth whore," Chad Johnson the "stereotypical African American" and his mom, Paula, an alcoholic.

Check out the mom of one's full rant above, and keep clicking for more on Farrah's racist comments and how Kendra got involved in the fight.

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Original story (6/23/17 at 10:43 a.m. ET):

Farrah Abraham certainly isn’t making friends ever in the Marriage Boot Camp house.

The Teen Mom OG star has been fighting with pretty much everyone on Family Boot Camp, including her own parents, but none of the blow-ups were quite as dramatic as last week’s between herself and Chad Ochocinco’s mom, Paula.

On tonight’s finale, the cast is dealing with the aftermath of that argument when Kendra Wilkinson gets involved, since the 26-year-old’s racially-insensitive remarks hit close to home for Kendra and her family, too.

In a clip from tonight’s finale, the former Playboy model explains why she is so hurt by Farrah’s comments — she called Paula a “disgusting black piece of s—t” after being dubbed “trailer park trash.”

“I don’t throw out the f—king race card like that. This bitch didn’t just offend Paula, she offended my husband and my kids, me,” the 32-year-old says in a confessional.

“You’re going f—king down, dude.”

Kendra shares two kids, Hank, 7, and Alijah, 3, with her black husband, Hank Baskett, so we can understand why she was so upset.

But the Kendra on Top star didn’t stop there, later admitting she thinks Farrah was making such remarks to get a rise out of people — and improve ratings.

“Farrah was supposed to have self-control and she voluntarily picked on [Paula] for her own amusement and for her own rating or whatever and I didn’t like it all,” she told People.

“You’re picking on someone who’s highly vulnerable and who’s highly not in self-control. I didn’t like it all. I spoke my mind.”

 

And it looks like this season of Family Boot Camp is ending the same way it started.

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"Their whole little thing, I wanted to not be in the same room as them," Kendra said back in April of Farrah and her parents, Debra and Michael.

"It just seemed weird. I wasn't connecting with their issues. I didn't trust it. I like real and raw. They were cool but I just kinda stayed away."

Of course, though, Sophia’s mom retaliated with some digs of her own.

“I don’t think she has the emotional depth to understand [that our issues aren’t fake],” she told Wetpaint exclusively.

“That’s hard for me when she’s older and she can’t really understand things.”

Meanwhile, also on tonight’s finale, the truth will come out about Farrah’s dad’s affairs — Michael reportedly cheated on Debra 27 times while they were married, but manipulated his lie detector test to alter the results!

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And if you live for Farrah drama, you’re in luck because the most controversial OG will next be seen on new MTV UK series Single AF, where she and six other reality stars will be looking to their social media followers to find themselves dates all over the world.

We just hope she gets along better with her suitors than she does her co-stars!

Whose side are you on, Farrah’s or Kendra’s? Do you think Farrah is racist? Tell us below!

The Marriage Boot Camp: Family Edition finale airs tonight at 9 p.m. ET on WE tv. The Teen Mom OG finale airs Monday, June 26 at 9 p.m. ET on MTV.