First, let me point out the irony in her tweet. ”If you have something to say about blah blah, don’t broadcast on social media.” – Leah, you broadcast your life on national TV. You chose to sign a contract that allowed every tom, dick and harry with a facebook and twitter account to watch the reenactment of your life. I completely understand it must be painful to see negative comments about you all over twitter and facebook, probably from people you’re close with. However, when you come out and act like you’re some private couple who deserves privacy, it’s quite a laugh.
Secondly, I know she’s not talking about me, that part was a joke. She followed it up saying the message wasn’t directed at her fans (ok, maybe it was me then?), and that person would know who they were. I’m going to assume it was someone in her private circle, as she says one specific person would know who they were. If it was a general statement about all the people who bash her marriage on a weekly basis, well that would be too many people for someone to ‘know who they are’.
And finally, the INNOCENT CHILDREN part was a bit of a stretch as well. Personally, I try to avoid negative comments about their kids because I know THEY didn’t sign up for it (the furthest I went was joking about the new name). However, the kids are unfortunately fair game to some people because – again – YOU as a parent signed the form allowing MTV to air your personal life on national TV. It’s no different than Honey Boo Boo’s shitty mother who allows TLC to make a complete mockery out of her daughter on national TV for a few extra bucks. Now, that poor girl has been made fun of by all the night time TV shows, and was even mentioned at the Golden Globes. She’ll be in therapy by 12.
If you want what’s best for your family, especially your daughters, do them a favor and quit the show. If there is a season 5, don’t sign the contracts for it. You brag about how much your sugar daddy makes on the pipelines, so money shouldn’t be an issue for you. As far as the ‘message’ the show sends, it doesn’t. That message went away about 2-3 weeks into the first season of Teen Mom 2, and morphed into a semi-scripted soap opera of your lives. I know it’s counter productive for a Teen Mom blog urging one of them to quit, but someone may need to give Leah a reality check because all those others in her life sure don’t.
Ok, I’m done with my rant… feel free to comment about it below…