‘Teen Mom OG’ Drama: Gary Shirley Attempts To End Feud With Farrah Abraham

The Teen Mom OG drama is out in full force ahead of the series’ March premiere.

While there was certainly plenty of drama in the four sneak peek trailers released on Thursday, as the Inquisitr reported, there is also some Teen Mom OG drama happening off-screen.

On Twitter on February 5, Gary Shirley reached out to Farrah Abraham, whom he has feuded with in the past.

“@F1abraham Welcome back Farrah!!! Hope all is well! Sophia’s super cute!”

Abraham and Shirley have been feuding since 2012, around the time Teen Mom season four wrapped filming. In August of that year, as the season played out on MTV, Abraham was insulted by a scene in which Shirley and his on-again, off-again girlfriend, Amber Portwood, were arguing. During their heated conversation, Shirley called Portwood a “sl*t,” and Abraham took to Twitter, where she called him a “pig.”

“What a pig!” she wrote. “Your horrible go get mental help for ambers sake P.O.S.”

A short time later, in a since-deleted tweet, Abraham called out Shirley’s parenting, telling her followers, via Us Weekly, “To be honest, Gary is so negative and I don’t see how he is better to raise Leah then Amber. Get the point Gary! Learn to focus on Leah.”

“@F1abraham go make another hit single or treat your parents like sh–. Always stuck up for you — not anymore,” Shirley shot back.

Then, he had a change of heart and apologized.

While Shirley apologized for his comments regarding Abraham’s vocal abilities, he reportedly took aim at her cooking abilities just two months later.

As Hollywood Life reported, Shirley dissed Abraham’s dreams of owning a restaurant with a series of tweets, which read, “Fact: I absolutely love to cook. I’m very good at it. Get it from my mama obviously. I will own my own restaurant soon. Good part is I have my own recipes and I don’t need school to tell me how to cook.”

One year later, Abraham took aim at Shirley again while discussing Portwood’s November 2013 release from prison in an interview with Radar Online.

“I’m happy Amber is out if jail, she never deserved to be in jail. Gary antagonized Amber while she was also dealing with stress and handling her bipolar disorder. I hope Amber can now stay away from the pressures of the media and focus on her new, healthier beginning at life. I hope Leah (her daughter) can have a loving mother and daughter relationship.”

For more Teen Mom OG drama, tune into the premiere episode on March 23 at 10 p.m. on MTV.

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