Yikes. Teen Mom 2 fans are pretty savage and they definitely don’t forget anything, so when Chelsea Houksa took to Twitter shortly after this week’s episode to throw shade at the show and suggest that the only girls who get screentime are the ones with the most drama in their storylines, viewers were quick to hit back. Watch the video above to see how fans dragged Chelsea on Twitter.

Since she met her husband Cole DeBoer and the couple went on to get married and have a child together, fans think that Chel’s seemingly perfect little family makes her storyline boring — but that wasn’t always the case. One fan even pointed out that not very long ago, Chelsea was constantly delivering drama when her ex-boyfriend and baby daddy Adam Lind — who is the father of her eight-year-old daughter Aubree — was still in the picture.

In the earlier seasons of the show, Chelsea and Adam had been hooking up off and on and one fan dug up one juicy tidbit from one particular hookup to prove that Chels isn’t as drama-free as she portrays herself to be.

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“I find Chelsea so fake. Like she wasn’t pumping out high drama for [five] seasons before she met Cole. Girl you f–ked your baby’s dad while his GF was pregnant and openly discussed it on TV,” one fan wrote.

That moment where Chelsea admitted that she was Adam’s side chick for a while happened during the Season 5 reunion special. After being questioned by Dr. Drew, Chelsea admitted that she was hooking up with Adam while his then-girlfriend Taylor Halbur was pregnant with their daughter — and Aubree’s half-sister — Paislee. “Adam was cheating on her [with me] months ago,” Chelsea told Dr. Drew, and Adam explained the cheating was the reason why he didn’t want to give Chelsea his phone number. “I changed my phone number,” Adam said, “so we wouldn’t have this problem with the hooking up.”

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