Farrah Abraham's parenting skills are being put in question again and again.

The 25-year-old "Teen Mom" star is getting heat for how she's bringing attention to her 7-year-old daughter Sophia through social media.

On Aug. 21, Farrah posted a photo of Sophia in a bikini in order to promote the new season of "Teen Mom OG."

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In a leopard-print and pink bikini, Sophia poses with one head on her hip and the other behind her head leading many to be concerned in the comment section.

"This promo for the show doesn't look right," one follower wrote. "It's like she's promoting her daughter for the show as the next Teen Mom. That's the first impression I got."

Another commenter went off and wrote, "You are a complete waste of space. Your ideas of mothering are WAY off. You should be protecting your daughter and teaching her how to be a lady, not a money motivated, trashy skank. You should be ashamed of using your so called fame' to exploit yourself as well as your innocent daughter!!!!"

Recently, Farrah also came under fire when Sophia was using Snapchat and talking to strangers, according to Radar Online.

"I'm right there," she told Radar. "Seven-year-olds are lighthearted when it comes to Snapchat. If she wants messages and she's hyper then good for her before bed time."

Sophia's account has been deactivated, but this is not the only time that Farrah has had to defend herself and her parenting.

Just last month, she defended her decision to let Sophia go to school with makeup on.

She told Theo Von and Matthew Cole's podcast on Aug. 9, "You know, when your kids are 5 or 6 they already start playing with makeup." She further added, "And I was the only mother in freakin' elementary school getting called in to deal with makeup on her daughter."

And when Farrah was called into the principal's office, she really fought for her daughter to be able to wear the makeup.

"So I said to them โ€” and I proved my point because then the principal switched schools โ€” I go, 'Well then you should take off your makeup. If you don't want little girls coming to school with makeup then don't wear makeup,'" she explained. "And then ever since I've seen that principal she hasn't had makeup on her face."