Well, Teen Mom fans, it truly is the end of an era! After sharing a very emotional Instagram post on April 16, it seems Farrah Abraham has officially hung up her title as MTV's reality champion. By champion, of course, we mean queen of controversy.

That said, we can't deny that it's a bit of a sad day for the hit TV franchise. After being introduced to Farrah back in 2009 on 16 and Pregnant, fans have grown to expect and – dare we say it — enjoy her strong presence. Even if she continues to shock fans and former castmates alike on social media, we'll still begrudgingly miss seeing her on the small screen.

The now 26-year-old mother of Sophia shared a picture of herself alongside Dr. Drew during the Teen Mom OG Reunion: Part 2 — airing Monday, April 23. She wrote, "It's been a great 10 year era of Farrah for Teen Mom I always make the most out of life and I'm so blessed I got to be that fighter, the strong women, the honest single parent, showing motherhood can be glamorous, Joy, happiness, memories & no regrets."

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One last HOORAH with FARRAH @teenmom @mtv April 23rd. It's been a great 10 year era of Farrah for Teen Mom I always make the most out of life and I'm so blessed I got to be that fighter, the strong women, the honest single parent, showing motherhood can be glamorous, Joy, happiness, memories & no regrets. Life is a challenge but to be an advocate for a young innocent child,lead, guide, love, succeed and give it your all is amazing, a once in a life time surprise, I'm blessed I graduated high school early, graduated college with 2 degrees, started 3 companies, have an international brand from all the support, became a new York times best selling author, became a actress ,became the best Farrah I can be & travel the globe with my daughter. I started all of this from Council Bluffs Iowa. I hope my start into my adult self from teenager to adulthood shows you as it showed me I can achieve far more then I could ever imagine God is amazing and “no one or thing” can get in the way of our life destiny to be great! Life is beautiful & I'm thankful I was the (1) out of 10 teen moms statistically to over come the challenges and struggles of teen parenthood. I want to add the struggles of being a teen parent were only half the struggles I felt but the other struggles from production, going through loss of Sophia father, depression,being famous, my mother, jealous friends,being a leader, political immature shit, the control & power trips from society really added more & I have to say I rose about all the evil and all the hate by focusing on myself, loving, growing and developing what's next to better our world for future generations. I will always improve social causes and improve our world! Happy I get to share more Farrah with you soon! #makinghistory #OG #teenmom #parenting #metoo #timesup #women #womenempowerment #tv #media #eco #farrahabraham #philanthropist #makingchange #environment #socialmedia #queen #slay #singlemom #singleparent

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Initially, her message reads as sweet. Humble, even! But that's not exactly the Farrah we've grown to know over these past 10 years, is it?

"I'm blessed I graduated high school early, graduated college with 2 degrees, started 3 companies, have an international brand from all the support, became a New York Times best selling author, became a [sic] actress, became the best Farrah I can be & travel the globe with my daughter," she continued, listing all of her accomplishments… in rapid succession.

Then things started to get a little shady. "I'm thankful I was the (1) out of 10 teen moms statistically to over come [sic] the challenges and struggles of teen parenthood," she wrote. Yikes! Is she throwing shade at the other women on the show? Particularly those who went on to have several other children? Sure seems like it.

"I want to add the struggles of being a teen parent were only half the struggles I felt but the other struggles from production, being famous, being a leader, political immature s–t, the control & power trips from society really added more & I have to say I rose about [sic] all the evil and all the hate by focusing on myself, loving, growing and developing what's next to better our world for future generations."

Yep, that's Farrah Abraham, alright! It wouldn't be right for her to go out without taking one more jab at the network, the other moms, and most importantly, the viewers.

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