Dakota Meyer apparently did not know what he was signing up for.
The veteran service member and father of two little girls has been featured prominently on the latest season of Teen Mom OG -- but not in a very positive light.
He and ex-wife Bristol Palin have fought over his PTSD, their floundering romance and lots more, as vicious words have been uttered and ugly arguments have been depicted.
We've seen the relationship fall apart more and more each week.
What did Meyer Tweet about the long-running series and why?
Scroll down for a look at his chief complaint and see if you agree...
A Reluctant Reality Star
Dakota Meyer has spent more of his Teen Mom OG stint fighting with Bristol Palin. Viewers have watched their marriage fall apart in front of the camera.
It's Been Very Awkward at Times
On the Teen Mom OG season premiere, Palin said that Meyer's PTSD (which is the result of many in his platoon getting killed in Afghanistan) has been "hard" on the then-couple's marriage.
The Guy is Dealing with Serious Sh-t
"My anxiety has been going nuts, it's been crushing me, I've been having nightmares," Meyer explained to his wife on the premiere. "I've tried to tell you over and over and asked you for help a thousand times. All you want to do is tell me all the things that are wrong with me and all the things I do wrong when I have anxiety."
And Palin Lacked Compassion
"It's hard for me to have compassion in these situations because you keep pulling the rug from underneath me," she responded to Meyer's vulnerable admission. She even questioned whether "this is his service" to blame "or this is just him being a dick." Yikes, right???
This Comment Set Meyer Off
For good reason, right? "End of the day, I watched my whole f-cking team die on September 8, 2009," he shot back. "There's not one day I don't wake up and I don't see those guys, listening to them screaming on the radios. I gotta sit here and listen to her saying its a f-cking excuse? I don't know what's PTSD or what's not?"
This Show Sucks!
Seemingly unaware that Teen Mom is all about drama between cast members or between cast members and their significant others, Meyer snapped on December 4 and Tweeted: "What’s sad is that @Viacom has turned @TeenMom into a trailer trash Real Housewives instead of showing what the true struggles of parenting are. I’ll bring my VLOG back and show you what single parenting looks like since they can’t seem to figure it out."