Farrah Abraham has partnered with a company called Celebrity Gene which liquefies famous personalities' DNA and supports noble causes by selling them
One of the assets of Farrah Abraham can be yours.
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Yes, it definitely can be since the DNA of the reality TV star is up for sale on a website called CelebrityGene.
Farrah Abraham has recently teamed up with a company Celebrity Gene, which liquefies the DNA of celebrities, sells it and raises money for various charitable causes. Teen Mom star will auction off the very essence of herself in $99.
“I am excited and honor to partner with Celebrity Gene who has exclusively partnered with some top icons and celebrities in the past.”Farrah Abraham writes in product description.
The DNA is usually taken from hair. Then put it into a vial which can be wear in the form of necklace. Sometimes, the vial is incorporated into a limited edition product related to the celebrity, which makes it even more special and memorable.
Other celebrities DNA, which are currently seen up for the auction on the website, are Al Capone, the most notorious gangster in America. His mitochondrial DNA is available for $399 and military leader Geronimo whose DNA is available for $299.
The auction is for good cause. Almost 50% of the sale goes to the charity picked by the celebrity him/herself. Farrah will donate it to “Operation Underground Railroad.” The charity aims to rescue kidnapped children from slavery.
“I would like to use this platform and DNA-based jewelry to raise money for Operation Underground Railroad. Giving hope and knowledge can create change through DNA. When my daughter Sophia had to get a DNA test it changed her life and created a better future for her,” Farrah referred to the test which has to be taken to prove that late Derek Underwood is the actual father of her daughter.
“I hope my legacy can change the world for younger generations and save them from sex trafficking for a better future.” Farrah Abraham writes.
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With this act, Farrah Abraham now joins Michael Jackson, Princess Diana and Elvis Presley, who also have put their DNA up for sale on the website.