’90 Day Fiancé’ Star Retires From Selling Farts After Health Scare, Proves Supply Chain Issues Are Real (And Bending Us Over)

TV reality star Stephanie Matto recently made headlines for a flatulent venture, recently revealing that she makes $50,000 a week selling fart jars. However, the world’s first self-described “fartrepenuer,” 31, recently experienced chest pains that she believed might be symptoms of a heart attack. As it turns out, doctors confirmed that it was merely the result of too many eggs and beans.

The Connecticut resident gained attention after appearing on ’90 Day Fiance,’ later founding her won YouTube channel and X-rated subscription site. Matto mentions that “I thought it’d be a hilarious publicity move that would get a lot of people’s attention.” At one point, she claimed to have squeezed up to 50 jars of farts per week, simply to keep up with demand. Damn gas prices.

She would also add protein shakes to her diet to give her farts more bang for their buck. “I remember within one day I had about three protein shakes and a huge bowl of black-bean soup.” She adds that “I think that certain foods produce better-smelling farts.” Unfortunately for her rabid customer base, doctors advised Matto to change her diet and take a gas suppressant, “which has effectively ended my business.”

Moving forward, her plan is to unveil a revolutionary “fart jars” NFT experience. Part of this “refocusing” includes 100 tokens that are redeemable for a “real fart jar.”  In addition, 70 tokens are redeemable for used panties, whereas 30 are redeemable for used lingerie. “I think my family is relieved [about my retirement], and honestly so is my colon. The diet was never sustainable and there was always an expiration date.”

Nevertheless, Matto has found solace in her new venture “at least I still have my fart jar NFTs.” If anything, her Fart Jar ordeal proves that supply chain issues are simply just getting out of hand.

Cover Photo: Stephanie Matto



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