“MTV has already tried to replace myself with another teen mom. It was unsuccessful and now with another teen mom, they can keep trying to replace but there is not a replacement for me [sic],” Abraham told Page Six via email on Friday.
The mom to Sophia, 9, wished the remaining cast members well, but noted that she also wished “Bristol and her children safety as [‘Teen Mom’ executive producer] Morgan Freeman is a evil person.” She added that she was “impressed” that Freeman and Palin “can work together” despite their differing political beliefs.
Abraham, 27, told us she has moved on from the reality show’s “damaging cycle” and is now focused on new projects including acting, an app and an upcoming entrepreneurship master class.
Page Six reported on Thursday that Palin, 27, was set to join the MTV show for its upcoming season alongside Amber Portwood, Mackenzie McKee, Maci Bookout and Catelynn Lowell after Abraham was fired earlier this year for allegedly being too difficult. She previously denied the claims, saying that she was fired because of her other gig in porn.
Palin confirmed the news on Instagram Friday, writing, “I am excited to join MTV’s ‘Teen Mom OG.’ I look forward to sharing my experiences and hope that I can help others on their journey.”
Abraham recently made headlines over her feud with “Mob Wives” star Drita D’Avanzo, while Palin’s drama remains on the home front.
Palin — mom to son Tripp, 9, and daughters Sailor, 2, and Atlee Bay Meyer, 1 — is currently divorcing Dakota Meyer.