Farrah Abraham’s 9-Year-Old Daughter Sophia Steps Out In A Full Face Of Makeup

Farrah Abraham sparked controversy on Instagram after her 9-year-old daughter Sophia stepped out in a full face of makeup for a celebrity basketball game on Tuesday evening. Watch for more details.

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