‘Teen Mom OG’ Star Tyler Baltierra Drags Farrah Abraham’s Dad Michael on Twitter
Let’s not go there, Michael! Tyler Baltierra is dealing with a lot on his plate right now — the Teen Mom OG star’s wife Catelynn Lowell is currently in rehab seeking treatment for suicidal thoughts — but he had time on Friday, Dec. 1 to completely drag his co-star Farrah Abraham‘s dad Michael Abraham on Twitter. Farrah’s dad went on a Twitter rant defending his daughter after she was “fake fired” from MTV because of her career in the porn industry and he came for Tyler and Catelynn in particular.
“Why is MTV shaming [an] discriminating against her for a ‘moral’ issue but not other people on shows that show ‘moral’ issues — drug use, driving under the influence, illegal prescription use, having kids with multiple men out of wedlock, excessive drinking,” Michael wrote on Twitter.
He went on to say that his daughter and Chelsea Houska (from Teen Mom 2) were the only Teen Mom franchise stars who “keep it responsible,” but a fan pointed out that Maci Bookout and Catelynn were also responsible because they had their second children with partners who they are now married to.
“But unmarried and they had their [first] and [second] child out of wedlock…remember their beautiful little girls (and I mean that from my heart) were at their wedding when MTV showed it on the show,” Michael hit back.
Tyler was not going to let Michael get away with talking about him, his wife, or his children on social media and he clapped back in a mature, classy way.
Michael…please, I am aware that you believe it’s a “moral issue” that I married my childhood sweetheart just a tad “too late” & it is duly noted. However, I think it would be wise (for a man of your age) to stop arguing with strangers on social media. Confidence is quiet 👍🏻😉
— Tyler Baltierra (@TylerBaltierra) December 1, 2017
“Michael…please, I am aware that you believe it’s a ‘moral issue’ that I married my childhood sweetheart just a tad ‘too late’ [and] it is duly noted,” he wrote. “However, I think it would be wise (for a man of your age) to stop arguing with strangers on social media. Confidence is quiet.”
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