Teen Mom OG viewers are getting close to finally seeing the scene in which Farrah Abraham is essentially fired from the show courtesy of Executive Producer Morgan Freeman!
MTV teased “The Teen Mom moment everyone will be talking about” with a video clip in which Morgan tells Farrah: “Out of nine moms, you’re the only one that’s a problem.”
Farrah looks astonished. “I’m not difficult!” she insists.
Morgan shakes his head and moans “Ohhhhhhhhh…”
Farrah shared the clip on Facebook and Instagram and posted a lengthy message defending herself. As I usually do with Farrah, I will just step out of the way and let her speak for herself:
Never apologize for being an ambitious, confident, and strong minded women, as I become the best Farrah I can be, I won’t let a man or network belittle me, try to break me, lie about who I am to my core, I’m bullied, surrounded & hurt by all the manipulation, I no longer will allow as a protective mother this vulgar behavior, these crews aren’t trust worthy this “mtv family” is a disgusting gang of power tripping failed producers & executives who have failed. Thank you for canceling my dating show, purposing provoking made up hate to try to limit my episodes your actions have consequences like teen mom should have made you aware.I am the moment, the best story line, the Best Farrah I can be, and it’s disgusting, horrible that Viacom, Larry, Morgan & cast members over the 10 years I’ve worked with them always plot, schemes, spew their false, jealousy, hateful, discrimination & harass someone for their sexual freedoms. I will no longer allow this hateful horrible show around my family, it’s sad producers ruin their top leading networks show because they let their ego, politics, hate, discrimination & horrible sexual harassment behavior ruin a show. Statistically I am the 1 out of 10 teen mom who over came the struggles & difficulties and excel, I’ve shown my life to the upmost so we all can watch a grow as I’ve done this @Viacom doesn’t stay true to the social cause, my social justice has been served in fighting the horrible stigma surrounding being a teen mom. My brand has Out shined the Teen Mom brand I’m not glamorizing teen pregnancy my brand and who I am is fashionable, with class , events, etc, this is how I was raised & if that’s Glamorous then let it be! I started this show & ive Out grown the show & moving on from this show. I’m not stuck down in a teen mom pit with fake friends, relationships, horrible producing, not safe for my child environments, unlawful ethics & companies, depression,etc. I don’t conduct myself like Viacom’s horrible disgusting ethics & I certainly am raising my daughter to treat people better then MTV’s horrible behavior, our next generation should learn to love humans & treat each other with kindness. Thanks Be To God🙌🏼❤️
UPDATE – Farrah also responded to the official Teen Mom Twitter account:
I’m the only moment, the show & morgan looks like a disgusting pig antagonizing me, discriminating, hateful lying, & harassing me for my sexual freedoms- trying to hurt a strong independent women, Viacom isn’t above the law, this is illegal
— Farrah Abraham (@F1abraham) January 23, 2018
UPDATE – And another lengthy response from Farrah a few days later:
I appreciate this great example of being a strong women through some deceitful horrible plotted contrived times on this show, it’s really horrible when people play dumb act ignorant like they have no clue of what they do to get away with their wrong actions. Kristen don’t ever conspire & do illegal behavior with men and women to treat a single mother, her child & my parents & friends badly. I’ve wasted my breathe talking to both you & Jordan had amazing jobs & paychecks for a year and to act stupid and continue to upset and go against my beliefs, life expectations I set clearly from day one, I would be embarrassed for how you, Jordan & Morgan act, lie & treat families .There’s a fine line of ethics, job duties & my life which you were never apart of. Do your work as a producer, and stop trying to take my energy with your pathetic, negative behavior, to you, morgan & everyone in post Justice will be served have a great life away from mine because none of you lead ethical, moral , safe environments & are the example of horrible producing for docuseries. Legit fail of tracking my real life story line, this isn’t a daily interview & fake interest as you portray again , I might as well be on a scripted soap opera as the stupid energy and contrived scenes are a waste of time to my real life and real challenges. For the fans of Teen Mom & other parents I’ve shown & always tryed to make Teen Mom the best it can be and stick to the reality of all my Single Mother struggles, 1 out of 10 women over come the obstacles of Teen Mother hood, it’s taken me countless years of therapy, family therapy, self improvement coaching, opening 3 business, traveling the world & educating myself beyond our traditional systems so that I can lead teams, make the best tv, be the best person I can be & be credible for all of my works I achieve. I owe everything to God and to all the negatives I turn into positives I see how others can hate or be jealous but no one has over come the hurdles I have, no one strives to have work ethic as I do, & no one truly takes responsibility for all their actions as I have. My social justice is a success for the MTV Teen Mom project. It’s in the 🛢👋👋👋
It’s interesting that the new clip shows Morgan expressing his concern over Farrah being difficult. Prior to this clip, the only issue that had been mentioned was the fact that Farrah chose to explore business ventures in the adult industry. The preview trailer for the season had Morgan stating that if Farrah insisted on continuing to pursue these adult business ventures then they could no longer work with her. All of Farrah’s previous reactions, and her dad Michael’s statements about what went down, focused on that aspect of Farrah’s “firing.” Farrah being difficult to work with in general seems to be a whole different matter, and a decision that the network and show producers could more easily defend in the court of public opinion. (And perhaps a court of law.)
I was already pretty excited to see the scene with Farrah and Morgan, and now I’m even more intrigued! Teen Mom OG producers have been known to be quite creative at times, so who knows what the final product is going to be? MTV posted the clip billing it as a preview that will be aired tonight, so my guess is that we will get to see “Farrah firing” scene (and perhaps her last as a cast member of Teen Mom OG) during next week’s episode. Stay tuned!
UPDATE – Click here for the full preview, which still has no mention of the “adult industry.”