Never again? So maybe we won’t be seeing any more babies from her anytime soon, or maybe she just doesn’t plan on birthing any more children.
“I hate when people tell me to get a real job,” she tweeted. “I have one! I work in corporate America. Regular 9-5 like everyone else.”
That’s refreshing, but it is interesting that the show doesn’t really highlight this in her storyline!
“I’ll never forget where I came from,” she concluded her tweet.
“It’s not on the show, and people don’t look beyond that. I give you credit for still keeping it. Congrats on the new home,” replied one Twitter user.
“There’s always going to be people who hate you when you have a 9-5, AND a side hustle!” tweeted another.
“The show is on its last leg, smart to keep the job. And I’m not saying that to be an a**, I’m being truthful. OG ratings are tanking. It’s good to have a backup plan and have money saved,” replied a third.
Teen Mom ratings have come under fire lately, and fans are questioning how long the show will remain on TV.
The outlet reported that after Bristol left, the ratings continued to go down. The season premiere only brought in 990,000 viewers, and by the end of the month of June their viewers dropped to just 849,000. By mid-July, only 679,000 people were watching the show.