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Site Rubix: Farrah Abraham Accuses Fox News For Hacking Her Froco Website
2014-07-16 8:34am -07:00T Visit Site Rubix


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Remember that time you were casually scrolling around Farrah Abraham's frozen yogurt website, and suddenly it was taken over by scarring images of her backdoor, set to the dulcet tones of "You Spin Me Round"? The horror. Froco Fresh Frozen's website hack will go down in infamy, and while Farrah has beefed up security to protect the innocence of her mascot, Coba the Poppin' Boba, she's also been busy formulating a theory about who came in through Froco's backdoor. "I'm like, ‘How is it odd...

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