In this "episode," her hate is aimed at Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra, who have decided to have another child together (they gave the first up for adoption). After Catelynn's mom confirmed the pregnancy, Farrah told Starcasm that the couple was "making poor choices."
Catelynn and Tyler both took to Twitter to share their reactions.
Huh bad choices?!? Hahaha I didn't make a so called "sex tape" but WE make the bad choices? Seriously her comments made my night! #Rofl- Catelynn (@CatelynnLowell) June 10, 2014
"Poor Choices?" I don't recall making a porn to support my child lol! I prefer the old fashion way, working, respect, dignity and discipline- Tyler BaltierraMTV (@TylerBaltierra) June 13, 2014
Farrah then took to her page, making this hashtag-heavy statement. "Over #TeenMomDrama . . . Glad I moved on #DoorSlammed wish those #StillTeens all the best when your not a Teen #QuitPlayin."
Tyler actually had a pretty hilarious response that combined one of her hashtags and the title of her sex tape, writing and at the end of his insult, "#BackDoorSlammed."
Farrah claims that the tweet wasn't even about them (who WAS it about, then?) telling RadarOnline, "I guess this is a just a cry for them needing attention and wishing that they had a life or something."
Then, she made perhaps the most ironic statement we've ever heard her make, saying, "Look, I'm just over reality stars and I'm over other celebrities doing stupid things when things are not really directed at them."
Interesting, because she's so over reality stars, yet she still seems desperate to be one, having filmed a Teen Mom special and going to great lengths to appear on VH1's Couples Therapy.
Then again, this isn't the first time Farrah has epitomized irony. Most recently, she claimed she had moved on from her sex tape WHILE promoting a book she wrote based on her sex tape. She doesn't see it that way, though. In fact, she claims the book is "the next step in my portfolio of literacy." We're not even gonna touch that one. Good luck to you, Farrah.