Farrah Abraham isn’t shy when it comes to saying what’s on her mind, both on and off the small screen.
For the past eight years, the now 26-year-old has been sharing her journey through motherhood and young adulthood — and personal drama that comes with it — with fans from all over on MTV’s hit show “Teen Mom.” But now, those days are behind her.
According to a recent Facebook post by Abraham, she was fired by Viacom, MTV’s parent company, on Monday. Judging by the long-winded tirade, she isn’t happy about it.
She wrote, in part:
Viacom let me go because as a Business Mogul I act like an adult and part take in adult promotions and activities that other adults do for FREE or in private !
Abraham, the mother of 8-year-old Sophia, has remained very open about her role in several pornographic videos and webcam shows. Most recently, she partook in a live webcam show for Halloween on Monday.
Shortly after, she was let go from “Teen Mom,” despite already having filmed the upcoming season — something she addressed in her Facebook post:
Even though #Viacom fired me today they couldn’t help but to exploit myself & my daughter for their promotional gain … Sad such a phenomenal show will no longer have its biggest talent on the show because of women hating, sex shaming, hate crimes, selfish, Weinstein company power trip behaviors against a professional hard working, honest mother.
It’s unclear what she meant when referring to “Weinstein company power trip.”
She claimed she was told that her own personal brand now outshines the brand of “Teen Mom,” but she appears to believe she was fired because her brand includes sex culture. She wrote:
I’m proud of myself not giving in to be sex shamed by Viacom network, Proud to not have a network take away financial opportunities for my goals, proud to be an Advocate for a healthy sex life, safe sex, teen pregnancy prevention and so much more while I run companies in different fields and scale them.
Lastly, Abraham said she was dedicating “this chapter of my life” to God, and encouraged others to stay true to themselves.
But comments on the former MTV star’s post were, at best, mixed:FandSAbraham/Facebook FandSAbraham/Facebook FandSAbraham/Facebook FandSAbraham/Facebook FandSAbraham/Facebook
Despite losing the show that brought her into the limelight, the self-described business mogul isn’t planning on stepping out of it any time soon.