Farrah Abraham appeared to be on good terms with her Teen Mom co-stars when she officially signed back on to appear in the upcoming fifth season, but in the months that have followed, things have taken a turn for the worse.
Following a few short-lived moments of peace with her co-stars, Farrah Abraham reignited their feud on Twitter by insulting the book covers of Amber Portwood and Kailyn Lowry. According to Farrah Abraham, they shouldn’t have left their young children off of the cover photo.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Farrah Abraham took to Twitter earlier this month, where she shared the following tweet with her fans.
— Farrah Abraham (@F1abraham) March 4, 2015
A short while later, both of Farrah Abraham’s fellow Teen Mom stars responded to the tweet.
Portwood wrote, “I did it out of respect for my 6 year old who shouldn’t be on the cover of a book talking about drugs and sex..love not hate.”
Lowry joked, “I’m not a great mom because my sons are not on my book cover, everyone.”
Now, days later, Farrah Abraham has reportedly responded to the ongoing feud with her co-stars with yet another alleged diss.
On March 11, In Touch Weekly reported that while Farrah Abraham’s latest tweet doesn’t have her co-stars tagged, it appears to be aimed at Portwood and Lowry who spoke of their parenting in their response tweets.
“Good Mothers: Have a good sense of guilt and intuition,” the tweet, shared on March 10, read.
After the fourth season of Teen Mom came to an end, Farrah Abraham starred in a sex tape, titled Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom. Months later, Abraham continued with her career in the adult industry with a series of erotic books and a line of sex toys.
Because of her unconventional choices, several of Farrah Abraham’s Teen Mom co-stars have spoken out against her. Most recently, OG co-star Catelynn Lowell spoke to E! News about the concerns she and the OG cast had when it came to Abraham’s career.
“Well, I think, for Maci and us, we were kind of like, ‘We’re not gonna let her ruin our, you know, our opportunity to share our story,'” Lowell explained. “But at first, yeah, we were like, ‘We don’t know if we want to be involved with this.”
For more Farrah Abraham, tune into Teen Mom OG, when the series premieres on Monday, March 23 at 10 p.m. on MTV.
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