It's no big secret that since "Teen Mom" ended, Farrah seems desperate for attention and has been working hard to assert herself as an expert in nearly everything. Her newest musings involve MTV's new show, "Catfish: The TV Show," according to Wetpaint on Feb. 8.
Farrah's advise for others is lame at best, and most people won't take her seriously even for a second. Farrah says that the best way to avoid being scammed, playing games with someone, and to avoid people that are likely immature and probably insecure with themselves, "like, keep it real." Great advice Farrah!
What "Teen Mom" fans found even more interesting than Farrah's worldly advice was her admittance to the fact that she was catfished once before! She says that when she was younger, she was a victim of catfishing. It was a boy that she began talking with on Facebook that likely had other fake accounts. She asked him to meet with her in person and nobody showed up. If Farrah was just as rude and condescending then as she is now, the boy likely didn't like her attitude and stood her up.
Are you surprised that Farrah was a "catfish victim?