David Eason is no longer part of the Teen Mom franchise.
The husband of Jenelle Evans was fired in February of 2018 for posting homophobic remarks on Twitter.
Neither he nor his controversial wife took the decision quietly, blasting MTV at various points over the past several months.
We hadn't heard much about the move in awhile, though, not until the network hired Bristol Palin as a new cast member on Teen Mom OG.
For reasons that sort of make sense, this casting as set Eason off.
Who does he blame for it and why? Scroll down to find out!
Eason received the news that he was given the boot from Teen Mom 2 in late February 2018. It was the culmination of the reality star stirring up a great deal of controversy among crew members and co-stars.
What Did He Say?
That he'll teach his kids to avoid gay people, for one thing, while comparing the LGBT community to dogs.
What Else Did He Say?
That gay people have no morals and that parents need to stop teaching their kids anything about this community is acceptable or "normal."
And What Did MTV Say in Response?
That he's outta there! "David Eason's personal comments do not reflect the views of MTV," said the network in response. With six weeks left of production on Teen Mom 2, effective immediately, we are ending our relationship with him."
Enter Bristol Palin!
Fast forward a few months and MTV stunned the nation by hiring Bristol as a replacement for Farrah Abraham (who was fired for sucking and loving porn too much, basically). We're still processing this development, to be honest.
Palin Has Spoken Out on the Casting:
"I am excited to join MTV's 'Teen Mom OG.' I look forward to sharing my experiences and hope that I can help others on their journey," she wrote as a caption to a photo of her, her kids and some MTV cameramen.