It’s no news that former Teen Mom Farrah Abraham has moved on from her stint on MTV’s hit show. Abraham has made headlines every time she has expanded her resume from being a former reality TV star to a future restaurant owner, star of her own sex tape, erotica author, singer, and now exploratory stripper — not to mention the time she allowed sex toys to be molded after certain body parts.
As for not being included on this season’s Teen Mom, Abraham has staunchly denied all rumors that MTV’s decision was based on the preference of the other girls on the show, stating, “No one ever said they wished I would not be back.” Of course, in true Farrah-like fashion, she added: “Some of the moms on the show still need that. Fortunately for me, I have other ways of making money. I can’t keep doing the same things year after year.”
As for how well Teen Mom will fare without her, Abraham stated “I don’t think it will be as great without me. I personally won’t be watching.”
Whether the decision not to include Abraham was based on the other Teen Moms‘ feelings towards her, or because Abraham herself felt as though she had better things to do, one thing is certain – Jenelle Evans agrees with MTV’s decision 100 percent, and has been pretty nasty about it as well.
After Starcasm’s article on MTV not having Abraham return to Teen Mom, noting that actually having Farrah Abraham return would “pretty much a guarantee that more people would watch,” Evans took to Twitter to put her own spin on it. Evans retweeted the article and wrote, “Have u ever thought to yourself that maybe JUST MAYBE MTV doesn’t want porn stars on their TV that use to be on Teen Mom? They want to promote PREVENTING pregnancy not PROMOTING Sexual Intercourse. duh…”
Well, there could be some truth to that, although Jenelle Evans may want to consider the irony of putting herself up as a spokesperson for pregnancy prevention. Besides, if you ask Farrah herself, she is most definitely not a porn star. Instead, the former Teen Mom views herself as a sex symbol. And no matter what the label, Abraham is certainly doing well for herself, with her “research position” as a stripper earning her a reported $544,000 annual salary.
Evans has also said that “I’ve changed my life for the better, she did for the worse” in regards to Farrah Abraham. Evans has also said that she wouldn’t want her five-year-old son Jace to accidentally see Farrah on television, saying, “She’s on an escapade of stripping/making sex toys. I don’t want Jace catching a scene of that saying what’s that?”
So far, Farrah Abraham has yet to respond to her former Teen Mom co-star’s comments, although she did address MTV in a tweet that read “Gossip all the immaturity#NotMe -Go Teen Mom Go! @MTV leave me out of the drama&have fun calling me whatever u wish.”
What do you think? Is Jenelle being a bully to Farrah? And did MTV make a mistake by not inviting Farrah back to Teen Mom?
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