Farrah Abraham Thinks She Has Surpassed Kim Kardashian

Farrah Abraham Thinks She Has Surpassed Kim Kardashian
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Farrah Abraham has taken on Kim Kardashian. She bravely announced that she surpassed the reality superstar.


In an interview with Nik Richie Podcast, TooFab reported Farrah saying she is doing better than Kim. According to her interviewer, Farrah can be described as being “like Kim Kardashian” because everything she does or says is automatic news. The interviewer then asked Farrah’s opinion on this and if she puts herself in the same category as the Kardashians.

Instead of laughing off the comment or being humble with her response, the teen mom said she is much better than Kim on certain aspects.  The answer to the question was quite meaningful, since she said, “I’ve been beating out Kim on a lot of things.”

Richie then made a follow-up question, asking, “Do you think you’ve surpassed Kim Kardashian?” Farrah was again straight in her answer, “I think I’ve surpassed her in certain aspects,” she said. Probably realizing that she sounded haughty, she clarified that she has a different life than Kim anyway. “Then again, I conduct myself and my brand in a different way and my life in a very different journey,” she explained.

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The major similarity of the two TV stars is that they are earning while being real. They have also been featured in their own sex tapes. When it comes to commercial success, however, it will take a long time for Farrah to beat or reach Kim. Kim’s annual earning reached $52.5 million last year, a major part of which came from “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood,” the reality star’s video game.

Farrah has not revealed her earnings so far but one can assume that it will not be close to Kim’s. Hollywoodlife even reported Kim cashing a check of $80 million, the same time her husband Kanye West announced to the world that he has a $53 million debt.