Farrah Abraham is out.
Cheyenne Floyd is in.
And a new rivalry has apparently been born.
With Abraham having been fired by MTV several months ago due to her involvement in the amateur porn business, the network went out and hired two replacements:
Floyd and Bristol Palin.
Farrah has hurled a bit of shade at these newbies on occasion over the past few weeks, but she opened up in depth for the first time while speaking to Us Weekly on Friday, September 21.
What did she have to say? Scroll down to find out!
Let's Just Get Right To It!
Tell us how you feel, Farrah. "There’s no intelligence there and I actually feel like the Teen Mom fans deserve to have better people fill my position and they deserve to have better quality," she told the above-mentioned tabloid in this extended interview, going right after Bristol, but especially Cheyenne, for simply not being very smart.
How Do We Know She's Taking Aim Specifically at Floyd?
Because she continued as follows: "They’re from other MTV shows, they’re like Teen Mom groupies. They’re Teen Mom, like, fans, and that’s fine if you are, but don’t go on my show that you watched, talk s—t about me, act like me, it’s like white Girl Interrupted. It’s not cool, it’s not OK."
Where Have We Seen Floyd Before?
She appeared on MTV’s Are You the One? and The Challenge: Rivals III, which is actually where she met baby daddy Cory Wharton, who will also been on Teen Mom OG Season 8.
So, She Had Nothing at All to Say About Bristol?
HA! Does that sound like Abraham at all? She had plenty to say about this shocking new Teen Mom cast member.
Here She Goes...
"Last I heard they said they couldn’t been paid enough to be like me, but yet, they are paid, they’re filling my spot," Farrah told Us Weekly.
What? Was That English?
Sort of -- but it was a to reference to comments Palin recently made about NOT acting like the ex-Teen Mom OG star during an appearance on Jenny McCarthy’s SiriusXM radio show.