No one was safe from Simon Saran's harsh commentary while watching Teen Mom OG — not even on-again, off-again girlfriend Farrah Abraham! After hurling insults at his co-stars, Saran exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com why he began the feud.
While watching the two most recent episodes of Teen Mom OG, Saran slammed Maci Bookout for not knowing she was expecting her third child until the middle of her pregnancy.
"No more houses, no more babies coming from the girl who didn't know she was pregnant, but was slamming beers all day long," Saran said on Snapchat.
He then took aim at her fiancé Taylor McKinney.
"If you give me three more beers I could have it done," he said mimicking McKinney in a Southern accent. "Go take a shower dude. Go shower. We got a humongous house. Thank you MTV for our humongous house."
Saran then accused Tyler Baltierra of faking his tears after dropping wife Catelynn Lowell off at rehab for anxiety and depression.
"The fakest tears you'll ever see on TV," he jabbed. "He's trying hard too, look at that. Tyler you don't have a job!"
But the worst may have been when he fired at Amber Portwood and Matt Baier when they were visiting their new home.
"All of a sudden everyone is buying a house," he said. "Everyone got their MTV bonuses and got no jobs!"
He added of Baier, "You actually need to have a job and do something with your life to have an office Matt!"
But Saran didn't stop there, as he bashed his own girlfriend during their couple's therapy session.
"Farrah decided to get lip injections right before the shoot," he said. "Baby what did you do to your face!"
He then called Abraham "fake" when she's on camera.
MTV got the brunt of Saran's tirade too, as he warned viewers not to "believe everything you see on TV."
When asked what forced Saran to be so hard on his co-stars, he exclusively told Radar, "It's all in fun."
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