Farrah Abraham Insults Fellow Teen Mom Stars on Twitter: See How They Responded

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Whoa! Unnecessary meanness: Foul on Farrah Abraham.

It's no secret that Farrah's Teen Mom OG co-stars are not particularly thrilled that she rejoined the cast, with many worrying that her foray into the adult entertainment world doesn't look good for the show.

Now, Farrah is fighting back, choosing to attack some of the other girls over...their book covers?! The sex tape star randomly tweeted this, presumably throwing shade at franchise co-stars Kailyn Lowry and Amber Portwood, who both published books and appear solo on the covers.
Obviously, this did not sit well with Kail or Amber, who both took to the social media site in defense of themselves.

"I'm not a great mom because my sons are not on my book cover, everyone," Kail wrote, along with the 'I'm laughing so hard I'm crying' emoji. "We are all on the same show trying to get across the same message... Some more than others," she followed up with. "But us especially in this whole thing together should be lifting each other up not tearing down."

Amber was understandably a little confused by the random Twitter attack, too. "What does this mean?" she wrote. And then when she realized it meant exactly what she thought it meant, she replied, "I did it out of respect for my 6 year old who shouldn't be on the cover of a book talking about drugs and sex..love not hate."

Amber's baby daddy Gary Shirley even got in on the action, replying under Amber's tweet in the thread, saying "you go girls! Spread the love!"

We have NO idea why Farrah chose to attack her fellow Teen Mom stars on Twitter like that, but we think they handled it pretty well and we give them a ton of credit for taking the high road instead of hurling insults back at her.
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