All tea, all shade! MTV decided to replace former Teen Mom OG star Farrah Abraham with not one, but two new moms — and it wasn’t long before they started feuding. Back in August, Farrah came for Bristol Palin, daughter of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, claiming Bristol wanted to “be like” her. Bristol has made it clear that she is not trying to be like Farrah, and she doubled down on those comments during her appearance on Teen Mom: After the Show.
“No. There’s nothing about me that wants to be anything like her. And I would never want my girls to look up to someone like that. So girlfriend,” Bristol said, snapping her fingers in a z formation and laughing. “I’m just joking!”
Even though Bristol said she was just kidding about all of that extra sass, it seems like she’s pretty adamant about the fact that she does not like or agree with Farrah and her lifestyle. “It’s just like, ‘Oh, she’s trying to be me,'” Bristol said during an interview on Jenny McCarthy’s SiriusXM radio show last month. “It’s like, girlfriend, you could not pay me to want to be anything like you. Honestly. So no, I’m not trying to be like her.”
But either way, Farrah is convinced that Bristol and her other replacement — former Are You The One? and The Challenge star Cheyenne Floyd — are not right for the show and she even called Bristol and Cheyenne “Teen Mom groupies.”
“There’s no intelligence there and I actually feel like the Teen Mom fans deserve to have better people fill my position and they deserve to have better quality,” Farrah recently told Us Weekly. “Last I heard they said they couldn’t [have] been paid enough to be like me, but yet, they are paid, they’re filling my spot.”