Farrah Abraham’s not sorry over coming to blows with fellow Teen Mom Amber Portwood, who said “f–k” MTV earlier this morning, referencing the fight.
She’s not even “sorry not sorry,” it seems.
In an exclusive interview with TooFab, Abraham told the website that she’s standing her ground and maintaining her innocence.
“Look, I don’t make anyone run out there,” she reasoned, talking about the Teen Mom beatdown.
“I’m not going to play the high school game of ‘let me beat your ass.’ “
“That’s where [my co-stars] are and I respect where they are in their lives and their journeys but that’s not how I’m conducting myself,” she sniffed.
“As far as I’m concerned, I don’t think Matt [Baier] genuinely has Amber’s best interests.”
“He’s always talking to little girls on the stage and on our sets, pays more attention to everyone else than Amber,” she said, still insinuating that Matt Baier is a pedophile.
“If I’m the only one that’s going to be honest and up front and give a real s–t about someone, I guess you can call me hateful, I’m horrible, I’m not a real friend, but I am a true friend.”
She’s … not a “real” friend, but she’s a “true” friend.
Why not let that one sink in for a second, shall we?
The bit about Baier is definitely disturbing — but that’s not even all of the worst of what’s to come.
The former Backdoor and More star continued and revealed that production can’t fake the fights or the bad blood anymore — because it’s real.
“Production can’t hide it anymore,” she said.
“I feel production has hid Catelynn, has hid Maci, and has hid Amber’s behavior for — how many f—king years have I worked on this show? — it’s been about 8 years and I think it’s sad.”
But is Farrah leaving Teen Mom — the franchise that made her famous?
Because it sounds like she’s had just about enough of the other stars’ antics.
Abraham reveled in growing up, while she claimed that the other girls are stuck in high school mode.
We’re not sure about that first part, but the second part?
She might very well have a valid point there.
Farrah said, “If they just allowed themselves to show what’s really going on in these women’s lives, then maybe they could grow out of this high school, stagnant, criminal behavior that they’re in.”
“They cover up them going to jail, they cover up drug things, they cover up what’s really going on with their children, and how they are as parents,” she went on.
“How many years to expect someone to be stuck around all this?”
“It gets stagnant and it gets boring. And I don’t want to be around it,” she concluded.
Is it the end of Teen Mom as we know it?
Or just the end of Farrah Abraham on Teen Mom?
Nope. Nope on all counts.
Ever the Queen of Contradiction, Farrah continued, “As far as I’m concerned, I will always be a part of something I started and no bullies, no criminals, no violent sh-t is going to take me away from a show that I started.”
“When it’s my time to go, I’ll go, but the only time that’s going to be for Teen Mom is when the network takes it off the air.”
“I’ve been pro-take it off the air for many years, because I’m not okay with seeing women who are getting pregnant worried about being famous like Chelsea Houska, Kailyn Lowry,” she slammed, contradicting herself again.
“It’s sad to me that these women who I meet/see, so eager to be famous.”
Do you smell the hypocrisy in here?
We’d say that The Rock was probably cooking it, but he wouldn’t even touch this dramatic mess.
As for Farrah’s final word, she claimed that she could take all three of the Teen Mom girls in one fell swoop.
Which is very obviously something we’d pay to see.
She said, “I’m not scared of anything, I’m not worried. I could probably slug all three of the Stooges in one breath and knock them all out.”
“That’s how little they are compared to me,” she said.
“I don’t have the energy or time, I’m working and I’m running businesses,” she said, waving them off.
“If I’m ever concerned about something, I’ll have security deal with it.”
All we know is that the very next season of Teen Mom: OG is gonna be great.
Keeping Up With the Kardashians seems to slowly be eking its way out of the nethersphere of celebrity, and frankly, Teen Mom is still there, and would be a great void-filler.