On last night’s Teen Mom: OG reunion show finale things got real in a way we haven’t seen since Jerry Springer was in his heyday.
After nearly two months of hype, we finally got to see the infamous, physical fight between Farrah Abraham and Amber Portwood.
It lived up to the hype, too …
The throwdown was every bit as intense as fans had expected, but as is so often the case these days, round two took place on social media.
Amber has become the latest Teen Mom star to complain about MTV’s editing of the show, insisting that the network cut out key details.
Specifically, important exchanges between herself and Farrah.
"F–k @MTV they cut half of what happened out!!" Amber tweeted during Monday night’s broadcast, implying she’s portrayed unfairly.
Portwood, who is seen charging at Abraham, went on to offer specifics and claim that she felt "disrespected" by the show’s producers:
"It doesn’t show Michael in my face calling me a b!tch which is why Matt came out and then he put his hands on Matt first," she wrote.
She then took her argument to Instagram, writing:
"So they cut out Michael literally screaming in my face calling me a b-tch and him putting his hands on Matts neck!!"
"After 8 years [on MTV] this is so disrespectful … I’ve worked too hard on myself to take this kind of disrespect."
Not surprisingly, Amber’s tweets prompted an outpouring of support from Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry, a longtime friend.
And some serious shade-throwing from Farrah’s boyfriend, Simon Saran, a frequent critic and certifiable Internet troll.
"I know, it’s so hard … but you have a circle of supporters that are here for you! Know that!" Kailyn tweeted to Amber.
For his part, Simon attempted to stir the pot even further, tweeting:
"For the record Michael never called him a b-tch. Nice try amber!"
He went on to reference Amber’s threats that she would quit the show if she felt that her fight with Amber was not portrayed accurately:
"Taking bets on amber quitting. Matt relies on you I say she doesn’t quit."
Naturally, Farrah chimed in with a few jabs of her own:
"Byeeee Criminal couple learn how to act in public …. horrible example," Abraham tweeted without a hint of irony.
She went on to joke that Portwood was too short to actually hit her.
"If I was going out there to hit her than I would have. Just wanted her to say it to my face and of course she didn’t … let’s be honest."
Amber, to her credit, attempted to end the night on a positive note.
"Well this was a interesting night," she saod, stating the obvious.
Portwood tweeted that no matter what, she’s "always sending love not hate because you never know what hate can bring your way."
Unfortunately, she only took the high road after calling one of Farrah’s friends a "whore."
Obviously, this feud is far from settled, and we’ll be sure to bring you all the updates on the inevitable rematch.