Farrah Abraham is no stranger to controversy. The “Teen Mom” star was dragged on the internet over provocative comments she made during the show’s reunion episode this week. Now she is calling out the network.
It seems that the reality TV personality has a bone to pick with MTV. After the network announced a screenwriting contest for emerging writers, the reality TV star called out the channel for alleged predatory practices.
Farrah posted a screenshot of what appears to be a Q&A about the said screenwriting contest. She mentioned MTV, ViacomCBS and Paramount for allegedly engaging in malpractices when it comes to holding creative contests.
Essentially, any entry submitted in the MTV contest is their property, whether they use it or not. That doesn’t seem fair, but that is the way the industry works.
The “16 and Pregnant” alum previously revealed she had blocked “Teen Mom” on Twitter. This came after Farrah and Cheyenne Floyd engaged in a verbal altercation over the former’s racially insensitive comments.
Many on the internet also took issue with Farrah over her comments, with some calling her “ignorant” and “racist.” The reality TV star, on the other hand, clapped back at her critics, insisting she “stated a fact not an opinion.”
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