Oh, snap! Just hours after news broke that Cheyenne Floyd would be joining the cast of Teen Mom OG, Kailyn Lowry took to Twitter to seemingly shade Farrah Abraham — who was recently fired from the hit MTV show. On Friday, Sept. 7 the reality star posted a cryptic message that sounded a heck of a lot like it was directed towards her archrival. 

“Do your job right or someone else will,” she wrote. Hmm… 

In early November, Farrah went OFF on the show, claiming she was given the boot by Viacom — MTV’s parent company — because she is in the adult entertainment industry. In a promo that was released that same month, it was revealed the 27-year-old was faced with a tough decision during a sit-down conversation with the executive producer: She could either pursue her career as an adult performer or continue to star on the series. “If you choose to work in the adult industry, we can’t continue to film you,” she was told.

Since then, the crew has been working hard to find a replacement for her. After bringing on Bristol Palin last month, Cheyenne revealed that she, too, was added to the roster. Unfortunately, the decision ruffled more than just Kail’s feathers. 

Former Teen Mom 3 star Mackenzie McKee also took to Twitter with a cryptic message, after she was seemingly promised a spot on OG. “I’ve been done real dirty this year let’s just say that….” Mack wrote, followed by, “Like so much has slapped me right in the face it’s not even funny.” Sure, she didn’t explicitly say what she was referring to, but the Twittersphere was pretty convinced they knew. 

“Was really hoping you’d be added to the show,” one person commented. Another added, “Out of all these ‘additions,’ you are the only one I cared to see. These others are a waste of time.” 

Well, one thing’s for sure: There’s no shortage of drama with these ladies!

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