Did Farrah Abraham Really Think Trayvon Martin Was A Girl?

Over the weekend, Farrah Abraham stopped by Matty P’s Radio Happy Hour, assumedly to talk about light and airy topics like her sex tape and the weather. Unfortunately for her, the conversation wound up getting a little more serious, and she didn’t exactly handle herself very well.

Here’s what she had to say when asked for her thoughts on Trayvon Martin, as per The Hollywood Gossip

"I feel like I've met her or something. It sounds so familiar ... I don't know what she is so I can't picture the person with the name right now."

I really don’t have any interest in dissecting the whole Trayvon thing again. Clearly, there are people with very passionate opinions on both sides of the issue, but the key phrase there is “with opinions”. Whether they’re meticulously researched or extremely uninformed, an overwhelming majority of people have actual thoughts about what happened between the seventeen-year-old and George Zimmerman, but apparently, Martin hasn’t really been keeping up like the rest of the world, to put it nicely.

On the surface, that seems like a reason to make fun of Farrah quite a bit. She’s been accused of lacking intelligence on more than a few occasions in the past, and this Trayvon nonsense would, of course, continue that idiotic trend. There is some evidence, however, that all might not be what it seems when it comes to Farrah’s idiocy.

From masturbating to her own sex tape to shooting a porno for protection, she’s made a lot of ludicrous claims in her life, and guess what all of these claims have done. They’ve gotten her attention, tons of it in fact. Each time she’s done something idiotic, she’s reveled in the subsequent media attention.

So, while it seems nonsensical to think anyone would ever intentionally lie about not knowing who Trayvon Martin is, Farrah Abraham is quite possibly a woman who would do it. After all, how anyone could have made it through the past three months without memorizing Trayvons name is beyond me. What do you think? Did Farrah really not know who Trayvon was? Let us know your thoughts by voting in the poll below…

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