Kailyn Lowry is done playing MTV's games. The Teen Mom 2 star slammed the series over Twitter in a heated rant. She accused them of pushing her to do a nude photo shoot for the season finale. Scroll down to get more on the shocking fakery!
The rant started when Lowry, 27, promised to "spill some tea" because she was "so mad."
"I have struggled, y'all have seen it," she tweeted. "I haven't always made good choices. But I'm getting my s**t together. Started my company. Own a house, building another."
She then explained how MTV called her to discuss the season finale.
"Talkin bout they want me to do a boudoir shoot as the season finale," she claimed.
She responded, "Kiss my a**!"
Taking a Stand
"All the s**t I've been through and been doing and taking my kids on spring break, building house or party, trip with@TM2LeahDawn isn't good enough for my finale?" she asked her followers.
The Pothead haircare https://potheadhaircare.com/ owner added, "I'm only valued for getting f**king naked?"
As Radar readers know, Lowry stripped down for a naked photo shoot for her 27th birthday. But she claimed MTV wants her to film another naked shoot.
Not Backing Down
"Please tell me where the f**k another one would fit into my season," she said. "It has nothing to do with me, my kids or my company."
Lowry then explained how MTV tried to persuade her to film the fake scene.
"They pulled the 'body positivity' card," she said. "But again, where does that fit in anywhere? Try again."
She then explained how she always talks about her baby daddy drama when asked by MTV.
"I feel like that's such a smack in the face," she said. "At what point can I stop being portrayed as a bitter baby momma?"
She added, "Guess I'm only worth a nude photo shoot when I don't talk about them."
Next Farrah Abraham?
When a fan said she's a "role" to the network, "not a person," she responded, "I guess they want me to fill the naked role."
Co-star Leah Messer responded, "Touche! If we have baby daddy drama and be a train wreck then we matter."
Teen Mom: Young & Pregnant star Ashley Siren expressed her frustration over the fakery as well. "It sucks to be bound by contract to a company that's always threatening to recast you every time you refuse to be a damsel in distress on the couch and crying. Lemme move on, damn."
MTV has not responded to Radar's request for comment.