Ryan Edwards isn’t backing down! Only days after being released from rehab for his drug abuse issues, the Teen Mom OG dad continues to slam his baby mama Maci Bookout for telling all on his drug scandal.
“Let’s not make this more complicated than it has to be,” the Instagram meme read. “If you don’t want to be called out on your s**t, don’t act s****y.”
The diss comes one day after Edwards posted, “I have a dream that one day my psycho baby’s mama will shut the f**k up.”
His wife Mackenzie Standifer joined in on the feud, as she tweeted, “You can only act like a piece of s**t for so long before it all comes out in the wash #NarcissistAwarenessMonth.”
Although Bookout has yet to respond to the digs, her mom Sharon posted a cryptic tweet that seems to be aimed towards Edwards.
“Watch out for the snakes in your life,” she posted. “They feed on your kindness and mercy. But, they will strike at the first opportunity. Once someone shows you who they are and where they stand, believe them. There is no need to continually offer your helping hand only to be bitten and hurt. Sometimes you have to accept that you can’t help everyone.”
As readers know, Bookout has opened up about Edwards’ drug issues on episodes of Teen Mom OG.
“I’m going to be like, you have to go to rehab,” she told her husband Taylor McKinney. “Right now it’s about saving his life. Most nights I’m crying in our bed talking to you about whether or not today is the day he’s going to die.”
On this week’s episode, Bookout explained that she would threaten to take legal action by limiting Edwards’ time with their son Bentley as an ultimatum if he doesn’t agree to get help.
“Yeah, I’m hoping it doesn’t get to that point but that would be the ultimatum,” she said. “The other aspect is if I’m limiting access to him, I’m also going to have to do that with his parents because they are the sole caregivers of his son when he’s with his dad.”
Edwards’ ex-girlfriend Dalis Connell, who appeared on episodes of Teen Mom during their relationship, told Radar that he entered outpatient rehab in December 2012 for his addiction to Roxycodone for one week before relapsing.
“He wasn’t interested in rehab,” she said. “We had to drag him there the first time. He never said he wanted to get better, he just wanted the withdrawals to stop.”
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