What Did Farrah Say About the Season 8 Ratings?
She acknowledged the ever-changing small screen landscape and how the popularity of Netflix, for example, has made it difficult to show's to climb in popularity on a yearly basis.
The occasional amateur porn star told Radar Online that she "isn't surprised" by this result, explaining" "The producers were made my brand grew larger than the show" and that the women brought in to replace her simply can't measure up.
Cry Me a River, Chyenne
Abraham honed in on Floyd and Palin and said: "The two Teen Mom groupies brought on still can't bring better quality than I have. I did it all only own at 16. They're coming in 10 years later. Having kids older isn't much of a struggle."
A Major Shot Fired?
Farrah went on to allege that "some couples [are] purposely having children to be on Teen Mom." It's safe to assume she isn't talking about Bristol, who has three kids and who has been an established D-List celebrity for years. But Floyd? She only has a one-year old and she was formerly on MTV's The Challenge.
This is Quite the Accusation
And there's no real basis for it. Floyd and baby daddy Cory Wharton would have to have somehow been told that they'd be cast if they had a child... and also been willing to actually bring a kid into the world, simply to be cast on one season of a reality show.
Call Me, Producers!
"MTV needs to call me to make better TV," Farrah continued, bringing the conversation back to herself. "Asking for real isn't asking for much, so MTV can call me for another show. Oh wait, they already have!"