UPDATE: In another radio interview this morning, Farrah blamed her gaffe (not knowing who Trayvon was) on the fact that she's busy, saying, "they never really explained who he was to remind me" and "I wasn't prepped pre-interview."
Unfortunately, now that she has had time to prep, she didn't help her case very much. "It's sad that somebody has been killed at a young age," she said. "But you also have to realize, he's not the only person who gets killed by doing...you know, putting their selves in bad situations where there is crime and every other thing and you have somebody there watching the neighborhood to protect it and they get into a physical altercation...I mean that's life and I hope everyone has learned from it."
Farrah Abraham never ceases to amaze us...and that isn't always a good thing.
In fact, it almost never is.
The Teen Mom turned porn star was doing a radio appearance on Matty P's Happy Hour (a radio show) this morning when the host asked her what she thinks about Trayvon Martin.
As we all know, Trayvon Martin was the young man who lost his life during a scuffle with George Zimmerman. The controversial case has been a major talking point for months and is ALL over the news, especially since the verdict declaring George Zimmerman not guilty of murder or manslaughter was delivered.
Essentially, anyone who has turned on their TV or signed online in the past few weeks knows at least something about the case.
Well, apparently Farrah is a little (OK, a lot) out of the loop.
When asked about the young man, Farrah said, "I feel like I've met her or something...that sounds so familiar."
Yep, you read that right...
Then, Farrah proceeded to dig herself deeper into her hole when she said "I don't know what she is, so I can't like picture her....I can't picture the person with the name right now."
Ironically, Farrah is in the midst of a strip club tour, which she was offered in the wake of her sex tape, but she recently did an interview with Fox411 where she encouraged young girls seeking fame to "rely on your brain and not your body" in their endeavors.