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Farha Khalidi is a TikToker, comedian and OnlyFans model known for her political comedy videos where she dismantles commonly held conservative beliefs in a deadpan way, sometimes playing a parody conservative character. She gained significant virality starting in late 2023 for her TikTok content and appearances on manosphere podcasts like the Whatever Podcast and Fresh&Fit, where she often pushes back on the hosts' purportedly problematic and sexist viewpoints in a notably coherent and well-read way.
Farha Khalidi's earliest known post was made to her Twitter account, @farha_farha_, on June 6th, 2023, where she shared a photo of the four police officers arrested for the death of George Floyd writing, "so excited for the pilot of Orange is the new Blue 😍" She started posting video content to her YouTube channel, farha, on June 26th. Her first video is a comedic GRWM video where she talks about wanting riots normalized in beauty culture, then about a sex dream she had about a police officer, garnering over 10,000 views in three years (shown below).
Her most popular YouTube videos, both comedic, were uploaded on December 7th, 2023 and February 7th, 2023, titled "girl talk | parody" and "my unpopular political opinions," garnering over 46,000 views and 28,000 views respectively in roughly two years (shown below, left and right). In both videos, she makes jokes criticizing right-wing political opinions.
On December 7th, 2023, Khalidi started posting clips from her YouTube videos, along with original content, to her TikTok account, @farhakhalidi, gaining significant traction. Her first clip, posted to TikTok that day, garnered over 2 million views in just over two years (shown below, left). On July 8th, 2023, she posted a video to TikTok that gained over 2.6 million views in two years (shown below, right).
@farhakhalidi tough love #fyp ♬ original sound – Farha Khalidi
On September 11th, Khalidi posted a video to TikTok that gained over 52 million views where she asks a man off-camera if abortion should be legal, to which he keeps saying no until she asks "what if you were married and got another woman pregnant?" (shown below). She continued to post videos asking the same man other highly debated questions over the following months, the man always giving answers that support traditional or conservative viewpoints, with several of the videos gaining tens of millions of views. In May 2023, Khalidi began posting content to Instagram @farhakhalidi.
Appearances On Podcasts, Other Channels
On December 21st, 2023, Khalidi appeared on the manosphere podcast Fresh&Fit in an episode that gained over 278,000 views on YouTube. She posted several clips to her TikTok account from the appearance where she pushes back on their opinions, including their claims that women should dress modestly if they're in a relationship and them refusing to believe that Khalidi is a virgin because she has an OnlyFans (shown below, left and right).
On May 7th, Khalidi appeared on an episode of the Whatever Podcast on Youtube featuring manosphere creator Rollo Tomassi, self-described as one of the most prominent voices in the manosphere. Again, Khalidi posted several clips to TikTok where she dismantles the hosts' opinions, including a video that gained over 1.3 million views in two weeks where she pushes back on the idea of rating women on a scale (shown below).
@farhakhalidi Add me on instagram for more. #fyp ♬ original sound – Farha Khalidi
Throughout late 2023 and early 2023, particularly after her appearances on Fresh&Fit and the Whatever Podcast, Khalidi became the subject of reactions online and started appearing on more podcasts. On May 9th, 2023, the Last Night On Destiny Youtube channel uploaded a clip where Destiny reacts to her appearance on Whatever, garnering over 180,000 views in a week (shown below, left). On May 17th, the H3 Podcast reacted to her clips in an episode that gained over 308,000 views in a day on YouTube (shown below, right).