Johnny Bananas has taken major issue with something Bristol Palin recently said about Teen Mom OG.
There's a sentence we never expected to write.
But the MTV veteran, who has appeared on The Real World and various versions of The Challenge, laid into the new cable network star late last month.
While appearing on the Hollywood Pipeline podcast, Johnny was asked about Palin, specifically her claim that Teen Mom producers were responsible for "inaccuracies and false narratives" during her time on the show.
For those who missed out on some pretty incredible episodes this past season, Bristol's entire storyline was basically that her marriage was in ruins and she has great disdain for ex-husband Dakota Meyer.
Despite the guy having lost most of his platoon in Afghanistan and openly suffering from PTSD.
Because she reacted so harshly to such a serious condition faced by Meyer, Palin garnered a great deal of backlash during her run on the program.
And she finally grew sick enough of it to go on an Instagram rant.
"If I cared what people thought of me, I wouldn’t be here today - let’s be real. I’ve stood strong and held it down for my kids since day one," Palin wrote on December 10.
She said then complained about MTV trying to make her into Farrah Abraham by building so much contrived drama around her relationship.
"No matter how bad @teenmom tries to portray my “life” ..... my babies, my family, my close friends - they know the TRUTH. I’m a pretty great mom, work my ass off, show up, and hustle everyday to give my kids a pretty great life," she wrote."
Palin then (hilariously) concluded by wondering why Teen Mom focused on controversy over... religion?
Scroll down to see what she wrote on this topic:
@mtv doesn’t want to talk about faith, show work ethic, or juggling three kids alone, they don’t want to show the humble process of starting over after a divorce, building a career, or any real life issues.
All they want with my little segment each week is some fake fill-in Farrah Abraham/Jerry Springer BS, and it’s simply not true.
Don’t get me wrong - I’ve said some mean things and learned a lot the last several months - but the life I’ve built for my kids is NOT sitting around talking about baby daddy drama.
Every week is a continued disappointment with their inaccuracies and false narratives.
I hate getting all emo on you guys but I’ve kept quiet for too long about it. Don’t believe everything you see on TV.
Bananas, meanwhile, thinks this entire line of reasoning is, well, bananas.
"Shut up. Like honestly Bristol, would you just stop whining?" he said on the aforementioned post cast, continuing as follows;
"You're on an MTV show about kids that made bad decisions early on in life and are in dysfunctional relationships. There's no way to edit that in a positive way, there just isn't."
That sums it up well, doesn't it?
"Have you ever watched 'Teen Mom' before?" Johnny asked of Bristol. "There's not a whole lot of feel good stories coming out of there. If you wanted a feel good story, you should have went on Oxygen or OWN.
Bristol, of course, did previously have her own series titled Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp.
But no one tuned in because it was boring and lame.
So Palin accepted $250,000 to appear on this season of Teen Mom OG and is now complaining about it.
And Bananas isn't having it.
"Her life's been a reality television show," he said.
"We got enough of this, hearing your mom whining about the press and the publicity that she got and how it wasn't accurate. Forge a different path ... you knew what you were doing."
In conclusion, per Bananas:
"You can't get yourself involved in a show like this, put yourself out there and then get upset when you're not being edited or portrayed the way you want to be.
"That's what reality television is. Reality television is the biggest misnomer ever because there's nothing real about it.
"They are going to take the topics, the situations that create the most drama, the most friction, that are going to draw the most eye balls there, and they are going to air that."