TEEN Mom alum Farrah Abraham insisted her ex costars are “stuck struggling” on TV.
The 30-year-old said she has “evolved” and “is in a different place” than when she appeared on the MTV show.
Farrah took to TikTok on Saturday to respond to the fans that have asked her if she wishes she still starred on Teen Mom.
The former MTV star also revealed she is often asked why she “did not talk to the girls from the beginning.”
Farrah, who wore a Harvard University sweater in the clip, danced as text onscreen explained: “I think standing up for woman & children is more important then TV.
“I don’t need to be stuck struggling on tv, I’ve evolved.
“I met the girls when you met them, I lost the love of my life, they were in a different place.”
Text on the bottom of the screen read: “P.s. finishing summer semester finals & studying for LSAT.
“Teen Moms are smart & talented.”
TEEN MOM OG
After appearing on 16 & Pregnant, Farrah became one of the original stars on Teen Mom alongside Catelynn Lowell, Maci Bookout and Amber Portwood.
The show, which is now titled Teen Mom OG, currently stars Catelynn, Maci, Amber, Cheyenne Floyd and Mackenzie McKee.
Farrah was fired from the show back in 2017 over in involvement in the adult entertainment industry.
She is the mother to 12-year-old daughter Sophia.
Sophia’s father Derek Underwood- tragically passed away while Farrah was pregnant with their daughter.
Since leaving Teen Mom, Farrah has expressed interest in becoming a lawyer.
She previously posted on LinkedIn in May that she is working towards a Master of Liberal Arts from the Creative Writing and Literature Graduate Program at Harvard, thought many fans thought she was lying.
However, The Sun exclusively revealed in June that Farrah is enrolled at Harvard University for summer classes.
A rep for Harvard University exclusively confirmed to The Sun that the MTV star is enrolled at the school, stating: “We can confirm that Farrah is registered as of right now in online Summer courses.”
RESPONDING TO HATERS
She is also a published author and recently responded to critics that have left negative reviews for her memoir- Dream Twenties- on Amazon.
While sharing a screenshot of the book’s listing on Amazon, the MTV alum wrote on her Instagram Story: “Haters leave me more negative comments.
“I’m shocked to see your trying to better yourself.”
Farrah also included a swipe-up link in the post, which directed her followers to the book’s link on Amazon.
The memoir is described as “a self-guided self-help memoir by New York Times best-selling author Farrah Abraham.”
The former Teen Mom star’s memoir has received negative feedback since its release, with many fans taking to Reddit to slam the TV personality for several typos in the book.