Farrah Abraham Disses ‘Teen Mom OG’ Co-Stars On Twitter (Again), Claims She Won’t Associate With Them

Farrah Abraham instigated yet another feud with her Teen Mom OG co-stars on Twitter last night. As the new episode of the MTV reality series aired, Farrah Abraham was on Twitter slamming her co-stars, including Catelynn Lowell, Amber Portwood, and Maci Bookout for their alleged immaturity.

“Maci is still scared #Lmao well when she stops lieing/being immature with the rest might be hope of me associating w/them #teenmomog @mtv.”

When the network first began talks of Teen Mom OG, Farrah Abraham was not included. However, after weeks of filming, producers had a change of heart, and, despite confirming she wouldn’t be involved to the other girls, brought Farrah Abraham back. Since then, tensions have been high amongst the women.

On May 12, after seeing Farrah Abraham’s tweet, Lowell responded.

“Let’s talk about being mature we don’t sit on our phones and tweet about you 24/7 we forgot you even existed. #ByeFelicia #endrant.”

On May 11, as the rest of the Teen Mom OG cast tweeted about the show and promoted their books, Farrah Abraham re-tweeted messages, which dissed her co-stars and applauded her behavior. All the while, Farrah Abraham has insisted she is the mature one, but on Twitter, that seems to be far from the case.

After Farrah Abraham’s argument with Bookout aired on Teen Mom OG, the pregnant reality star spoke out in a “Featured Moment,” explaining why she wanted to speak to Farrah Abraham after pulling her son from filming because of her career in adult entertainment.

As the Inquisitr previously reported, Bookout’s meeting with Farrah Abraham didn’t go as she expected.

“I wanted to sit down and talk with Farrah because I wanted her to know that my intentions were never to hurt her feelings or for her to feel like I was judging her. I also wanted her to know that, you know her feelings of being hurt, being left out, are normal. I mean, I would have felt the exact same way. I feel like she just was very emotional and very upset, and things were still just a little too raw and new to kind of get that across to her.”

When Farrah Abraham became combative, Bookout said she had a hard time sympathizing for her co-star, who she alleged was talking to her as if she was a “piece of s***.”

For more Farrah Abraham, tune into Teen Mom OG on Mondays at 10 p.m. on MTV.

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