Back in 2018, Cheyenne Floyd took over Farrah Abraham's place on Teen Mom OG after the latter was fired.
Now, it might be Cheyenne's turn on the chopping block.
Some very questionable posts that Cheyenne once made on Twitter have come to light, and now Floyd's future on Teen Mom OG isn't looking so certain.
Take a look:
Cheyenne's been a hit with TMOG fans from day one. But now, some surprising "jokes" from her past have some viewers calling for her dismissal.
... And Now Teen Mom!
Cheyenne took over Farrah Abraham's spot on the show, and now, it looks as though she might wind up her predecessor's fate by getting fired.
"Teen Mom," Eh?
Cheyenne shares a three-year-old daughter named Ryder with Cory Wharton, another MTV reality star. She's 27 years old herself, which means that she was never even a teen mom, which is odd.
That's pretty much the deal with Cheyenne. Not a teen mom, never a teen mom, but still a cast member on Teen Mom OG.
What's Up, Ladies?
None of the other Teen Mom OG cast members seemed to get along with Cheyenne at first. In fact, Catelynn has specifically stated that she thought they should leave the show alone with just herself, Amber Portwood, and Maci Bookout as the main cast.
That might have qualified as a controversy at the time of her casting, but these days, Floyd has bigger concerns.
Uh Oh ...
Unfortunately for Cheyenne, the internet is written in ink, and some disturbing tweets from her young adulthood are now causing her major problems.
Bad News for Chey
See, it turns out that on at least a few separate occasions over the years, Cheyenne's made some pretty questionable posts on Twitter.
Seriously, Uh Oh
Some hardcore fans of Cheyenne's other shows seem to have known about these posts, but screenshots were recently shared on Reddit, and they've been getting a lot of attention.
Not Looking Great
Like this one, in which she wrote "This little white kid told me I looked like a cat today. I shoulda kicked him in his head." Which isn't great, but if you'll notice, the person who took the screenshot was searching her feed for the word "white," and you'll see why with this next tweet.
In this one, she wrote that her mother didn't want her to see the movie The Help because "she knows I already have a problem with white people." And when she did see it, she said that afterwards "I wanted to kill every white person I saw."
You just ... you can't talk about murdering people like this. You just can't. Maybe it was a joke, maybe it was frustration, but regardless, it's bad.
What's also bad is this, a post she retweeted about how she and her friend are "nazi-loving, black power-having, 'kill-a-white-baby-if-i-could' people."
The first part of that is a little confusing, because how can one person be both "nazi-loving" and "black power-having"? Do Cheyenne and her friends know what nazis are? Like, are they aware of what their whole entire deal is?
But the big issue with that particular tweet is obviously the part where this person suggested that Cheyenne would kill a white baby if she could, and the part where she agreed enough to retweet it. Like with the other tweet, it doesn't matter if this is a joke. It's unacceptable.
There are some arguments about whether or not Cheyenne's tweets are racist -- the argument, of course, being whether or not white people can be the victims of racism.
Semantics aside, these are some truly terrible things to say. But are they terrible enough for Cheyenne to lose her new spot on Teen Mom OG?
Probably, yeah. At least that's what one former MTV star thinks.
Taking Out the Trash
David Eason was fired from the network after he went on a homophobic rant, and they nearly fired Jenelle for defending him.
As of now, MTV hasn't made an official statement about Cheyenne's future employment, so we don't know her fate.
And David Eason apparently sees this as his opportunity to convince MTV to cut ties with Cheyenne.
On a Rant
“[MTV] only takes action when it benefits them, they don’t actually care,” he wrote on Instagram this week.
The Ramblings of the Unemployed
“If they did [Cheyenne] would have never been accepted to ‘Teen Mom.’ Where is the equality with these big corporations? At this point, MTV needs to be held accountable for their racist behavior and discrimination!” he continued.
Sharing Dee's Fate?
Eason may get his wish, as just this week, MTV fired The Challenge star Dee Nguyen after it was revealed that she launched a bigoted tirade against the Black Lives Matter movement.
In these sensitive times, might Cheyenne be the next to get fired? That remains to be seen, but if MTV does get let her go, it's safe to say that it won't be because David Eason told them to.