The feud between former 93Q radio producer Al Farb and About Magazine editor Anthony Ramirez has taken a turn.
(HOUSTON) – While both About Magazine editor-in-chief, Anthony Ramirez, and former 93Q radio producer, Al Farb, have maintained their feud that began earlier this year (which About Magazine reported first [and alone]), new developments have taken place. It’s said that back in January, Farb snubbed Ramirez at the Dessie’s Drag Race season finale held at Rich’s when they stood next to one another at the bar. And since, fans of both Ramirez (affectionately dubbed ‘Fanthonys’) and of Farb (less affectionately dubbed ‘Pal Farbs’) have been more at odds than supporters of Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump.
However, this past Friday, Ramirez reached out to Facebook friends asking for recommendations on the best Chinese restaurants between Downtown Houston and Chimney Rock going south on Highway 59. And to the shock of many (at least to singer and entertainer Wendy Taylor), Farb (who most recently made the move to Dallas and is working as the host of country radio’s 96.3 KSCS’s Afternoon Drive) chimed in with a genuine response seen here:
Ramirez responded cordially to the suggestion, but let Farb know that if he was wrong, there would be repercussions. He’s rumored to have told a friend (who wishes to remain anonymous), to be prepared to seek revenge on Farb if the food was dissatisfying.
“Al Farb swears this is the best Chinese food […] so if it’s not, we’re going to Dallas to burn down his high-rise.”
The restaurant in question was Fu’s Garden at San Felipe and Augusta. And, to the surprise of many, Ramirez not only enjoyed the dinner, but also responded to Farb with appreciation, affectionately referring to him as “meshuggah.”
When About Magazine reached out to Al Farb to ask the status of his feud with Ramirez, he responded:
“Who? I live in Dallas now. I’m busy.”
When we reached out to Ramirez about the feud, he stated:
“Farb is only mad because I refuse to be a fifth wheel. Also, isn’t this a conflict of interest? I will Miranda Priestly you so quick.”
Friend of both Farb and Ramirez (but mostly Ramirez), Wendy Taylor, hesitated to comment. Finally, after some slight harassment and black mail, she replied:
“I don’t know what to say! I’ve enjoyed it thoroughly.”
More updates will come as they are made available.