Yeeaaaaahhhh. So remember when producers told Maci Bookout that Farrah Abraham was going to be on Teen Mom OG and they were like, “Yo, chill, it’s not like you’re ever going to be in the same place…” (Note: We’re paraphrasing here.)
Well, on last night’s episode, they were totally in the same place (NYC, to be exact) and it was INTENSE.
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While the ladies were in NYC for a press tour, the MTV crew decided to show Farrah the footage of Maci’s reaction to hearing the controversial Backdoor Teen Mom would be returning to the reality reboot.
After seeing the footage, Farrah had a strong reaction when she came face-to-face with Bentley’s pregnant mom.
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“Hey Maci, why are you here?” the 23-year-old shouted.
“I think you should not be here because you don’t want to be here. Bye-bye! My life’s not about porn. I have a child too, I see her every day, and it doesn’t affect her. If it was about Bentley, that would be something else. Bentley doesn’t even know my name.”
But Maci stood her ground, and said, “I don’t feel like I need to apologize. I’m not going to change what I think is right for my own son just because I hurt your feelings.”
Eventually, producers intervened and separated the girls so they could both calm down.
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While the other stars — Amber Portwood and Catelynn Lowell — tried their best to stay out of the drama (and even defended Farrah), things got tense when Farrah subtweeted the — criticizing the other moms for not including their kids on the covers of their respective memoirs.
After Sophia’s mom insisted she “doesn’t judge anyone’s life,” Cate retorted, “Then you tweeted on Twitter about us not putting our kids on our book.”
Amber agreed, “It’s a slap in the face when you’re coming at us on Twitter.”
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Farrah insisted she wasn’t attacking anyone. She explained, “There’s no passive aggressiveness, I noticed something, and I voiced it.”
Fortunately, Catelynn spoke out and acted as the voice of reason.
“We are all trying to do the same thing here,” the new mom said. “We’re trying to make sure our kids are educated, healthy, stable and that’s all that should matter. It’s not worth holding grudges or having to feel like we can’t just be ourselves around each other.”
You tell ‘em, Cate!