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Farrah Abraham Trolled After Vowing to Quit Twitter for Trump

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By Gary Trock

Former "Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham may be in the market for a new social media platform after announcing to her over 1 million followers that she would be leaving Twitter after President Donald Trump was handed a permanent suspension in the wake of the Capitol Building riot. 29-year-old Abraham made the announcement, ironically, via Twitter that she would not silently stand by while a "world leader" was silenced, according to the controversial influencer and MTV reality star.

"#ByeTwitter," Abraham began her message to followers.

Farrah Is Upset

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Farrah Abraham continued with a message directed at Twitter:

"I hope you recognize as a privately held company showing your deleting a world leaders account , silencing authentic and real works in history shows the world how insignificant Twitter is as you choose to be one sided, open to eliminating all voices."

Instead of fans getting upset, many took it as a moment to take a shot at the former "Teen Mom" star.

"Ladies and gentlemen Farrah Abraham is exiting Twitter. We all know she likes to go out the back door," Twitter user @Davehead69 wrote to the star.

"Who are you?" another comment from a Twitter user read.

Clapping Back

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Farrah Abraham didn't hesitate to mix it up with her critics.

"You don't think terrorists should be silenced. Would you like verified ISIS accounts on here stoking attacks?" asked UK journalist Duncan Lindsay to the MTV reality star.

Farrah immediately fired back:

"You engage with me & you don’t even live in my country nor would I ever read or credit anything you edit or report your mentally unstable and should be fired from reporting false views and your not supporting inclusion."

Twitter Stands By Decision

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Although she has announced to be leaving Twitter, as of this posting Farrah Abraham's profile remains active, so it's unclear if she will actually take it offline.

However, President Donald Trump's profile remains suspended after Twitter took unprecedented action after the president was using his platform to seemingly incite a riot.

"After close review of recent Tweets from the @realDonaldTrump account and the context around them we have permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further incitement of violence," an official statement from Twitter read.

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