From sex tapes to mugshots, Teen Mom stars Jenelle Evans and Farrah Abraham have had their fair share of backlash these past few weeks. Both moms have had a history of harsh words for one another and this week, the girls are at it again.
After Farrah posted a slew of "Keek it" videos, Jenelle posted a video expressing her annoyance at the vids saying they were, "annoying the sh*t out of her." Watch the video that kicked off the whole debauchery here (Warning: Video contains explicit language):
Farrah penned a detailed letter to Radar Online stating that she, "personally have never had interest in her life as she seems to continuously not care about her son or herself." She didn't stop there, Farrah went on to say, "The drugs and bad relationships with men are not good."
Her letter did not go ignored by Jenelle though. Jenelle took to her Twitter to let Farrah and the rest of her fans know, "dude she's dumb. I made one keek video about her and now she thinks I'm obsessed?"
Through it all, there's one thing the girls have in common—they both can't escape the spotlight. Check out Farrah's full letter to Radar Online below:
“It was brought to my attention that another Teen Mom, Jenelle Evens, seems to be stalking my every move in my personal life.
She seems to be following in my footsteps with everything from my Keek videos, my plastic surgeries and my unfortunate personal legal issues that I’m dealing with at this time. I have nothing negative to say in response to her continuous and horrible comments about me. Whatever she says is her opinion.
One thing I do have to say is, if she doesn’t like me, why are you looking and tracking everything I do? I personally have never had interest in her life as she seems to continuously not care about her son or herself. The drugs and bad relationships with men are not good.
From one helpful and concerned Teen Mom to another Teen Mom, who is clearly struggling, I think it is in your best interest to detract from spouting jealous attacks towards myself and other successful, positive and great mothers and to focus on making her marriage better, sorting out her drug addiction and helping her wonderful son that needs her in his life.
Jenelle has all the potential to turn her negatives in to a positive like I have. I wish Jenelle all the best in her future no matter what she decides to do. If she is happy the way she is, then that is her choice. But I will not be paying attention to her self destruction. I will continue to stay focused on improving my family relationships, my career and my future goals with completing my masters degree and providing a wonderful life for my beautiful daughter.
Dr. Phil might not have been able to help Farrah but do you think he could help a troubled Jenelle?
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