Farrah Abraham‘s date Mack Lovat is speaking out in the wake of his blink-and-you-miss-it relationship with the former Teen Mom star.
As The Ashley told you earlier this week, Farrah showed off her momentary-boo over the weekend by calling the paparazzi to snap a few photos of her licking, kissing and walking around with the Minus Gravity producer/guitarist.
Shortly after the photos began to circulate, Farrah– who claimed to have met the musician after he slid into her DMs a couple years ago– informed TMZ the relationship had run its course and that Mack had allegedly turned into a “monster” after receiving some press.
On Wednesday, Mack recounted his time with Farrah to The Ashley, claiming he “never agreed” to be in a relationship with Farrah at any point.
“I met Farrah on Bumble in 2020 and we took her pup Billionaire to a dog park. I most definitely did not ‘slide in her DMs,’” Mack told The Ashley. “To be fully transparent I wasn’t even aware of her fame when we initially met (not that it matters). I asked her if she wanted to hang again but, barring a random DM convo we had about the Grammy’s a year or so ago, we didn’t speak until last week. It was surprising to wake up and discover I had acquired a girlfriend overnight because I certainly never agreed to that.. with anyone.
“I sent Farrah a text to clarify this, and to also let her know that I was under the impression something like that was a mutual decision… she then proceeded to serve me some words and block me,” he continued. “Anyways, if Farrah had asked, I would of told her I was fairly fresh off a break up with my ex Antonia and that when you still love someone it’s not the best move to rush into things.. especially after only spending a total of 2 days together in the physical form.
“All of that being said, I want to make it clear I really do wish Farrah the best,” he added. “We initially bonded over the loss of a loved one and I know she’s been thru a lot. These past couple days have really been an eyeopening experience for me. Besides being utterly confused as to how 2 people going on a date and kissing is newsworthy (especially with all that’s going on in the world) my next biggest takeaway was the dark extent of this cyberbullying bullsh*t we got going on. People insulting Farrah’s mental state, physical appearance, calling her horrible names, telling me to run, to head for the hills… enough is enough. We gotta to do better. We need to be kinder. I know I certainly can.
“One of my mentors told me Karma is a boomerang… and that when he’s feeling down he prays hardest for those he dislikes the most and it never fails to bring him up,” Mack concluded. “Nobody’s perfect. And despite what anyone may say Farrah’s a great Mom who loves her daughter to death. She’s raising a great kid, and she’s doing it alone as a single Mother. So to anybody who feels the need to try to break them down to build themselves up, please keep that in mind. Ask yourselves if you would say these things to your own mother, daughter, wife, or anyone you care about. That negativity will never build you up. Hate is heavy, love is light. I promise if you let that sh*t go you’ll see nothing can hold you down.”
UPDATE: Not long after her breakup, Farrah decided to screenshot a private message between herself and Mack to share with her Instagram followers. According to The Sun, within the contents of the text conversation was a d**k pic Mack had allegedly sent to Farrah. While Farrah censored the Mack-age with an emoji, she left the accompanying text exposed.
“Do you miss him?” Mack allegedly asked Farrah.
…and because this is Farrah that we’re talking about, she threw in a heaping helping of word salad when sharing the screenshot with followers.
“Don’t give anyone a chance any more, don’t let people come out in public, unless they are public and globally know or I’ll have someone telling me they were daring, but to the world they don’t know me,” she wrote.
Farrah also called Mack a “clown” and told him to “get some f**king help.”
“ …and keep my name out of your mouth!” Farrah added. “You were blocked for a reason.”
(Photos: Mack Lovat; MTV; YouTube)