Do not question Amber Portwood's realness! The Teen Mom OG star took a break from filming from the hit MTV reality TV series to enter a family therapy program on WE tv's Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition with her then-fiancé Matt Baier and her mom Tonya Portwood. But instead of focusing on her own family, Amber definitely put herself into tense situations with the rest of her co-stars — and the first person she lashed out at during the show was rapper and former Love & Hip Hop: New York star Jim Jones.
During the episode, Jim opened up to his co-star, former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville's father Guy Glanville, about his past experience working on reality TV — since he was an original cast member of LHHNY and starred on the show for two seasons. "When you look at the whole overall scheme of reality TV, it's pretty much bulls–t to make some money," Jim said.
But that did not sit well with Amber, and it seemed like she took it as a personal dig. "Get the f–k outta here," she interrupted. "I've been on reality television for ten f–king years, I've been real since day one," she said. "That's not true, not all reality television stars are like that."
As soon as Amber came for Jim, his longtime fiancé Chrissy Lampkin jumped in to defend him, but Amber came for her too. "First of all, calm the f–k down," Amber said and started bickering back and forth with Chrissy.
Amber, her mother, and Matt are on the show in order to work through their anger issues that stem from multiple scandals that plagued Amber and Matt's relationship — which in turn, makes Amber's mom and the rest of her family not trust Matt. But it seems like Amber is also going to be taking her anger out on her co-stars this season.
Be sure to tune into Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition, airing Fridays at 9 p.m. on WE tv.
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