Scoop: Tila Tequila doesn’t hold back on Facebook

Paul Archuleta/FilmMagicTila Tequila claimed to be an alien and compared her struggle to Hitler's on Facebook.

Paul Archuleta/FilmMagicTila Tequila claimed to be an alien and compared her struggle to Hitler's on Facebook.

Have you forgotten about MTV vixen Tila Tequila? Don’t worry, she won’t let you.

The bisexual dating show hostess has made very bizarre and even inflammatory remarks on her Facebook page lately, and they’re getting her all the attention she desires.

“I am from Sirius B and of Lyran descent,” she says, meaning she’s an extraterrestrial, part of a race of aliens that “have been watching you for a very, very long time.” Better lower those blinds.

Tequila also posted that Paul Walker’s car accident was a “ritualistic murder.”

Finally, she compared her struggle — kampf, if you will — to that of Adolf Hitler, a man she describes in a story on her Facebook page as a “sweet” child and “brilliant artist ahead of his time” who was cruelly rejected. Zoiks.FeaturesGossipHitlerTila Tequila

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