Farrah Abraham has come so far since back in the day when she'd ugly-cry through every episode of Teen Mom. She's produced a line of hot pepper sauce, become a best-selling author, developed some terrifying product called "Passy Perfume," and — oh, yeah — morphed into a porn star. Of course, none of these great achievements would have been possible if it weren't for MTV, the folks that discovered Farrah and made her famous.
Unfortunately, it appears as though this backdoor beauty has nothing but animosity toward the company that jump-started her career. Farrah was recently asked what she wished she knew at the tender age of 16, and her reply? "What companies to stay away from."
Er, Farrah? Had you stayed away from MTV, you wouldn't be hitting up hookah lounges on a bi-weekly basis, mmmk?
“I’ve learned a lot about bigger companies and it’s not all great,” Farrah told OKMagazine.com. “I think other teens who were, like, idolizing and all about certain channels, should really be aware of what the company’s motives are behind everything.”
Feel that, MTV? It's the burn.
As far as we know, Farrah has no reason to dislike MTV — but maybe she's bitter at them for not inviting her to perform at the VMAs. Lord knows the show would have been way better if girlfriend had opened it with "Finally Getting Up From Rock Bottom."
To the left, Lady Gaga.