Farrah Abraham Isn’t A Fan Of Her Teen Mom OG Replacement & Neither Are The Other Teen Moms!

Farrah Abraham isn’t even bothering to learn the name of her Teen Mom OG replacement. No, not that one — someone from (gasp!) OUTSIDE the Teen Mom family!

The celebrated porn star shared her thoughts on Cheyenne Floyd replacing her on the hit reality show, and she’s making it clear she has no fears of being dethroned as the mother of all MTV drama.

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When asked about Floyd, who appeared on the MTV series Are You The One, the 27-year-old said to RadarOnline:

“I don’t even know that name.”


Farrah always was the Mariah Carey of the Teen Moms – and she thinks Floyd will have trouble filling those lips boobs shoes.

She added of the new cast member:

“She’s not a filler!”

As we reported, Farrah was fired from the show in October 2017 due to her alleged treatment of crew members and her involvement with the adult entertainment industry.

Though she still remembers her Teen Mom days fondly, as she continued:

“I am forever a Teen Mom. We gave birth to the TV show. I love all my Teen Mom fans. I love all my mom bosses.”

Just not the new one, apparently!

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Floyd, who shares a daughter with The Challenge star Cory Wharton, is reportedly in the “test shooting” phase and has not signed a contract yet.

But the other Teen Moms aren’t feeling the new addition either. A source close to Amber Portwood explained:

“Amber is pissed off about the new cast member. They’ve been doing Teen Mom for ten years and don’t think they like the idea of someone who is a total newbie and has never even been on the show before coming on permanently.”

Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra echo those sentiments, too, according to a second source who said the couple “think it’s stupid that they’re bringing people from outside the franchise instead of bringing the OG‘s and TM2 cast together.”

Sounds like MTV is taking the family dysfunction to new heights. Will U be tuning in?

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