Farrah Abraham “has a lot of nerve fighting against bullying,” Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry ripped exclusively to RadarOnline.com! Abraham is scheduled to step into the boxing ring in November to raise awareness for bullying, but the beef she is stirring up before the match hit epic levels. Lowry slammed the ex-MTV star as their bitter war of words threatened to get physical! Click through the gallery for all the shocking details on the latest Teen Mom feud!
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Lowry dissed Abraham's celebrity boxing match as a ploy for attention. "I think there are much better influencers who would make more sense for this," Lowry, 26 told Radar.
Lowry said she would be happy to go a few rounds with Abraham. “There are plenty of us who will take her up on this," she said. “I think Lindsey Nicholson is a good option. She knows what she’s doing, she’s an amazing person and she has a story to tell." Nicholson, who is a cage fighter, appeared on 16 & Pregnant.
Lowry told Radar she would definitely show up in Atlantic City with more MTV stars. “I’ll be there to support her if she gets it," Lowry said of Nicholson. "And I’m sure a few of my other costars would come out to support.”
Farrah’s father, Michael Abraham, weighed in on the feud with his daughter and Lowry, saying: “Too bad we won’t see Drita fight. She is like me… Way too old age group and she is not one to promote anti-hate. And Kail is in a lot higher weight class so that won’t happen either LOL!”
“Farrah’s dad has a point, I’m definitely not in Farrah’s weight class,” Lowry ripped. “However he shot himself in the foot with his comments about Drita and I. I don’t think the streets care about age or weight.”
Lowry told Radar she had no time for the Back Door Teen Mom star and her father. “Michael and Farrah will do anything to stay relevant," she slammed. "Something is wrong with their relationship too. I don’t know, I don’t get it."
Lowry then claimed their "comments and actions don’t align with promoting anti bullying."
Abraham exclusively told Radar that she is not open to fighting Lowry. “Those who bully would not be a fit for an anti-bullying match," she said. "The Teen Mom cast is riddled with negativity, bullying and acts that are unhealthy. I look forward to going in the ring with someone with integrity so it’s a great boxing match for all to watch! Count down, it’s going to be huge!”
D’Avanzo taunted Abraham on social media, writing: “Listen up #horseface I called u sic out…n u sic called a lawyer!! Are u sic gonna have a cop as the referee too????????????”
The ousted Teen Mom OG star and the former Mob Wives personality began their feud after a joint appearance together at the Scores strip club in Atlantic City, NJ on June 28. Abraham ripped into D’Avanzo, calling her a “f**cking nasty piece of sh*t.” D’Avanzo responded by calling her a “d**kless unemployed blowjob.”
Radar exclusively obtained the forceful “cease and desist” letter Abraham’s legal team sent to D’Avanzo to have her call off the war of words.
Abraham's Celebrity Boxing Match is scheduled for November 3 in Atlantic City. Who do you think would win in a fight, Farrah or Kailyn? Sound off in comments below. We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.