Gary Shirley and Farrah Abraham were involved in a Twitter feud on Monday night. As the new episode of Teen Mom OG aired, Shirley and Abraham battled it out on Twitter after the adult film star poked fun at Shirley’s size.
On April 20, Abraham took to Twitter, where she fat-shamed Gary Shirley.
“#LMAO [Gary Shirley] can you even see your p—- anymore? Is That Really Your baby #TeenMomOG @mtv #GaryTheHairyFairy @AmberLPortwood.”
After seeing her co-star’s tweet, Gary Shirley’s ex-girlfriend, Amber Portwood, weighed in, sharing the following message with fans.
Omg farrah lol the gauntlet is thrown haha [Farrah Abraham] [Gary Shirley] @MTV
— Amber Portwood (@AmberLPortwood) April 21, 2015
While Portwood was amused by Abraham’s tweet, it was Gary Shirley who offered the best response to her cruel message.
Dear @F1abraham yes I can see it! Just as well as everyone can see your money maker!
— Gary Shirley (@ItsGaryTime) April 21, 2015
Gary Shirley has been featured on MTV for the past several years. First, he and Portwood were seen on the first season of 16 & Pregnant, where they welcomed their first child, daughter Leah. In the years since, they’ve appeared on Teen Mom and Teen Mom OG.
Throughout his reality journey, Gary Shirley has dealt with ups and downs within his relationship with Portwood. While the two had many good times on the show, including their daughter’s birth, and their since-ended engagement, their constant fighting took center stage, and eventually led to their split.
Since he and Portwood broke up, Shirley has been dating Kristina Anderson, who he currently stars alongside on Teen Mom OG, and the two will welcome their first child together, a girl, sometime next month.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Gary Shirley’s ex, Portwood, has had her issues with Abraham in the past, as well. In fact, she recently opened up about her Teen Mom OG co-star during an interview with MTV for the After Show, via Wetpaint Entertainment.
“Honestly, I feel two ways about Farrah. I see her when she’s rude, and then I see her when she’s crying and she’s actually hurt because she was rejected in the beginning … She had every single right to feel that way. But then again, it’s how you come across when you talk about it and with your classmates, and burning bridges with everybody.”
For more Gary Shirley, tune into Teen Mom OG every Monday night at 10 p.m. on Bravo.
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