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Chelsea Houska & Kailyn Lowry RIP Producers For Cutting Out Scenes To Stir Up Drama

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Chelsea Houska and Kailyn Lowry aren’t letting MTV producers get away with twisting their storylines! During last night’s Teen Mom 2, the show’s stars slammed the series for cutting out scenes to create drama.

On the episode, Houska became upset with her mother for asking her daughter Aubree, 7, if she’s excited to officially have Cole DeBoer as her father.

When her mom asked if Aubree calls him "Coley daddy" anymore, Houska fired, “Mom, please stop talking about it! Are you serious? Do you think you’re being funny?”

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But Houska explained over Twitter why she was being so cold in the scene.

“Obviously crabby in the scene with my mom BUT they left out the convo before this where she kept talking about Aubs’ dad in front of her,” she tweeted. “Then I just felt like she was pushing the ‘new dad’ stuff and Aubs was uncomfortable.”

But the fakery didn’t stop there, as Lowry also called out MTV when her son Isaac, 6, became upset that his half-brother Lincoln, 3, was leaving to stay with his ex-stepfather Javi Marroquin.

Kailyn Lowry

“Why are you crying? He’s coming back,” Lowry said, as her son responded, “I really don’t want him to leave.”

While the scene shocked fans, who have slammed Lowry in the past for divorcing Marroquin, she claimed it wasn’t just an overnight visit.

“They left out the fact that Linc was going to another country too,” she clarified.

Lowry is currently pregnant with her third child and has yet to reveal the identity of her third baby daddy.

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