Stars of the MTV reality show franchise take to Twitter to react to the cancellation, resulting in some insulting comments.
MTV has apparently pulled the plug on "Teen Mom 3". Stars of the reality series revealed the show's cancellation with their tweets, as Katie Yeager wrote, "I'm grateful for this experience. Molli [her daughter] and I are ready to move on from this and live a normal life. Thanks for all the love and support."
Briana DeJesus tweeted, "Teen Mom 3 was one of the best experiences I ever had! I will never forget it!" She added, "Time to move on from MTV and do bigger and better things & no I don't mean become a porn star lol," possibly taking a jab at Farrah Abraham who starred in an adult movie after "Teen Mom" was axed.
Alexandria Sekella also seemingly poked fun at stars of "Teen Mom 2", which is currently filming its fifth season, in her post which read, "Yes no more teen mom 3. Guess we weren't enough of train wrecks for it to be interesting. America wants to watch crazies oh well #relieved."
Jenelle Evans of "Teen Mom 2" took offense at Alexandria's tweet. She wrote in response to the remarks, "All u TeemMom3 ladies can put me down all yu want, yr not making yrself look any better. Let it go already."
Jenelle's co-star Kailyn Lowry also expressed her disappointment with some of the insulting comments, tweeting, "I can't help but be a little offended by some of the things the girls of TM3 are saying. Cancelled or not we all relate somehow."
"Teen Mom 2" is slated to return January 20, 2014. The original show starring Amber Portwood, Catelynn Lowell, Farrab Abraham and Maci Bookout was canceled after four seasons.