In the past decade, there’s been a huge shift in the way that celebrities show off and talk about their bodies.
It’s impossible to deny that many celebrities still encourage fans to adhere to a specific body type or look a certain way, but nowadays, many are much more aware of the effect this kind of talk has on their viewership. Most are careful not to talk badly about any body type… including themselves of anyone else!
But Farrah Abraham is taking a different approach and putting it all on the table by talking about her “skinny girl problems.”
It’s impossible to deny that Farrah Abraham looks different from the way she first appeared on 16 and Pregnant. But she’s very open about her surgeries, nips, tucks, and augmentations. In fact, she had her first breast implants while she was still in the first season of Teen Mom OG!
But Farrah has always had a very slender frame, even while her boobs and butt have grown. Now she’s getting real about her “skinny girl problems.”
Farrah did this when she shared a video of her latest procedure: an artificial fat injection she’s using to make her butt look even bigger!
“SKINNY GIRL PROBLEMS NO MORE,” Farrah captioned a new video of her receiving the procedure. She hashtagged it “#Artificialfatinjections.”
Farrah handed it off to the technician, who explained the procedure. “It’s going to enhance what she already has,” she shared.
“It’s working with my real body,” Farrah added.
The technician explained that she’d be injecting “freeze-dried fat” that would “regenerate [Farrah’s] own fat and own blood vessels that will make it look very youthful and plump.”
Farrah signs off of the video by again saying “Skinny girl problems no more, 2020!”
But given recent body positive movements and attention to the issues plus-sized men and women face, it’s no surprise that some followers didn’t like hearing about Farrah’s “skinny girl problems”!
“R u for real,” one follower wrote on Instagram. “To all the skinny girls? Wtf. How many people in the world struggle with body issues both skinny and thick and you want to come posting #skinnygirl that’s not cool.”
But some thought that Farrah’s post was funny, with one writing, “Where do I sign up to give this fat away I don’t want it, 😂.”
What do you think about Farrah’s “skinny girl problems”?