A piece of Farrah Abraham can be yours, if you’re interested in pathetic half-celebrity ploys for money.
The reality “star” just partnered with Celebrity Gene, a company that liquefies the DNA of celebrities (according to TMZ, the DNA is usually extracted from hair (and puts it in a vial you can wear around your neck). The jewelry vials go for $99, and AT THE VERY LEAST it’s MOSTLY for a good cause: 50% goes to the charity of the celeb’s choice. In Farrah’s case, if anyone buys her DNA necklace BS 50 percent will go to Operation Underground Railroad, which helps rescue kidnapped children from slavery.
Of course, Abraham’s also banking a 10% cut from sales according to TMZ, in addition to the roughly $30,000 she got upfront for the DNA sample.
Abraham joins the ranks of Michael Jackson, Princess Diana, Elvis and Al Capone, who also have DNA for sale via the site. So you know, if everyone else is sold out and you’re REALLY celeb obsessed to the point of really wanting to get one of these, I guess Farrah’s is avail.
Hers probably won’t sell out, I’m betting.