It always makes me happy when “celebrities” prove that music actually takes some talent. Despite popular belief, you can’t just get into a recording studio, distort your voice, and hope for the best. I won’t pick on the Teen Mom star too much, though. She’s had a rough life. Listen to Farrah Abraham’s horrific new single by clicking the link below. I’m still on the fence about whether this is a joke.
Farrah Abraham’s New Single — Click At Your Own Risk
If you watch Teen Mom, then you are familiar with Maci Bookout and Ryan Edwards
. They ended their relationship, and they are forced to co-parent. On the latest episode, Ryan was edited to look bad, and the very biased SuChin Pak, perpetuated his unfair portrayal during the after show. To summarize their on-screen fight, Ryan wanted to see his son on his birthday, and Maci wouldn’t allow it because it “wasn’t his day.” She offered to let him accompany her to the aquarium with her boyfriend, but he obviously felt uncomfortable as the third wheel and decided not to go. When Maci wanted to see her child on Halloween, Ryan stood firm by giving her the same treatment, saying “it wasn’t her day,” and if she wanted to join him and his parents on Halloween, she was welcome. Maci threw a fit, insisting that he should allow it. She then confronted him on the issue while holding her son, and Ryan yelled at her. Being the victim that she is, Maci cried on the after show about how horrible Ryan is, saying that he didn’t care that their son witnessed such a terrible argument on their birthday. If she’s so bothered by his behavior, perhaps she should refrain from starting a heated conversation while holding her son. Don’t start a fight while your kid is present and then blame the guy for fighting in front of your kid.
Perhaps I have a skewed view of relationships, but here’s what I know for sure: If you don’t fight — you don’t love. So if you ever meet one of those annoying couples that proclaim to “never argue,” then give them that message. One such person in need of that advice is Teen Mom’s Maci Bookout, who left her baby daddy, Ryan Edwards, and is now in a new, no-drama relationship with Kyle King. The only problem? — Maci and Ryan are still madly in love with one another and they are too dense to notice. Watch the clip below to see what I mean.
When Teen Mom first began, the story was uplifting. You had a group of girls that got pregnant at a very young age, and although their struggle was hard, they handled it. They were interesting to watch, and I never felt as though MTV was promoting teen pregnancy. They were simply documenting struggles, while allowing you to root for these people at the same time. Because MTV felt that the original group’s story-line became stale, they decided to follow an all new group of teens. My guess is that MTV figured they’d not only freshen up the format by selecting new people, but they’d also save money, considering the longer you employ people, the more you have to pay them. Unfortunately, the new group sucks, and it’s time to pull the show off the air. In case you didn’t hear, Jenelle Evans (one of the stars of Teen Mom 2) was captured on camera beating up another girl — and the video is violent. She’s since been arrested for the fight, but the damage is done. If MTV wants to turn their show into Jerry Springer, then feel free to keep this on the air. But if they want to maintain the show’s original integrity, then make a few phone calls to the original cast.