Farrah Abraham talks an awfully big game for someone who lost a dream career on reality TV back in 2017.
To hear her tell it, she's a business genius, held back only by elaborate conspiracies against her.
Apparently her mother feels the same way.
In fact, Debra is talking trash about Farrah's former castmates who weren't fired.
Debra Danielsen spoke to The Sun about her highly critical thoughts of the women who remain employed by MTV.
“It’s unfortunate if they don’t develop or invest in themselves," Farrah's mother accused.
Debra explained that it's a disappointment "because the show won’t go on until they’re 65."
"They need to do something," Debra insisted.
She wants the stars to do somethin g"where they can generate income."
"And," Debra continued, "have a life after reality TV."
“I would encourage other people on the show to look at Farrah," Debra expressed.
She noted that they should do so "even though they hate her."
Debra suggested that these former stars should take a "step back" and rethink their strategies.
Debra hopes that they will look at Farrah "and say, ‘I should go to school or take a class?'"
"'What can I do to earn an income without MTV here anymore?'” she suggested that they ask themselves.
Of course, if she's holding up Farrah as a model ... are those the best footsteps to follow?
Farrah opened Froco Fresh Frozen while she was still starring on Teen Mom OG.
Of course, the Texas-based yogurt shop only lasted for two years.
That would become a familiar pattern for her.
In 2016, Farrah opened Furnished by Farrah and Sophia Laurent Children's Boutique.
She closed the two Texas clothing outlets in 2018.
At that time, she was being sued by the landlord for allegedly failing to pay rent on both lease agreements.
The court sided with Farrah's landlord, ordering Farrah and her company, F&S By Farrah, INC to pay up.
She was ordered to pay $641,997.01 and $30,839.50 to the landlord.
That combines for a total of $673,205.72.
Let's see ... Farrah also came out with a line of sex toys.
She dipped her toes into sex work by doing both traditional porn and camwork.
She came out with a Mom & Me brand Italian pepper sauce and wine.
Farrah has continued to do modeling work.
She has booked multiple reality TV gigs alongside some actual acting.
Farrah also plugs various products on Instagram, often using daughter Sophia as a prop in the ads.
In fact, Farrah recently set off alarm bells when she threatened to run for political office.
Years back, the idea of a failed reality TV star who is both outwardly racist and cannot speak coherently winning an election would have been laughable.
To the world's everlasting shame and regret, that changed in 2016. Farrah could make good on her threat.
Interestingly, Farrah claimed last month that she is studying for a Master of Liberal Arts at Harvard.
Those credentials were pulled from LinkedIn because they were unproven and raised obvious red flags.
However, Farrah was able to get them restored -- with literal receipts.
“She sent in the receipts to LinkedIn to show she paid for the classes." Debra previously explained.
At the time, she pointed out that "It’s back up on her LinkedIn."
Debra insisted that "she’s definitely enrolled.”
Debra did acknowledge that Farrah is “not on the campus."
Instead, she shared that Farrah is “doing classes online.”
Debra added: “A lot of haters don't know what Harvard offers online."
"I can see where people get confused," Debra acknowledged.
"Harvard offers online classes and they do specialize in entertainment classes," she pointed out.
"Most people think of law school or business school," Debra said. "Harvard makes you buckle down and focus!”
Of course, Debra's other claims -- that Teen Mom stars are solely reliant upon the show -- have fallen flat.
Maci Bookout runs a clothing line with her husband, TTM Lifestyle.
Maci also holds a Bachelor's Degree in media technology from Chattanooga State Community College.
Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra ran their own children's clothing line, Tierra Reign.
Of course, like with so many of Farrah's business ventures, this one does seem to have come to an end.
But recently, Catelynn started working as a microblade specialist.
Mackenzie McKee runs a fitness company, Body by Mac.
She even expanded the business after moving to Florida.
Cheyenne Floyd has a Bachelor's Degree in public relations and has discussed starting an event planning business.