Actual original OG Catelynn Lowell even chimed in to agree. “Girl I know!” she commented.
MTV are repeat offenders when it comes to this manipulative editing, but fans were quick to share their two cents on reddit.
Surprisingly, they were not very sympathetic.
“And I wish the show TEEN MOM would have actual former teen mothers on it but there your a** still is,” wrote user toochayns.
User saucymcfoodlefist69 chimed in, “U got into a fight with your boyfriend over asparagus. Whats MTV supposed to do with that?”
User AvivasProstectic even proclaimed, “25,000 an episode to sit on the couch these girls need to STFU. People Please Stop Watching so this can finally end.”
What do you think about Chey’s callout?
Chelsea Houska Sounds Off About MTV’s Editing
By now, the cast of Teen Mom knows the ins and outs of being on TV. Many of the stars have plenty of experiences being misrepresented by editing done by MTV, and that’s not to mention the ways that their co-stars and exes have misrepresented them as well.
This time around, Chelsea Houskaisn’t letting it slide. She’s calling out MTV on a fake scene and setting the record straight.
Like many of the Teen Mom stars, Chelsea Houska is fully independent these days. But she’s always had a particularly close relationship with both of her parents, who helped her raise Aubree when she was younger. Her mother, Mary, has been alongside Chelsea through some extremely dark times, including Chelsea’s ongoing legal battles with her first baby daddy, Adam Lind.
So it’s no wonder that when Chelsea revealed she wanted to move farther away from her hometown, her mother was devastated. MTV chronicled the scene in the October 8th episode of Teen Mom 2, entitled Walking the Walk.
“We’re closing on the land tomorrow,” Chelsea told her mother in the episode.
“I am just sick,” her mother said. “But I don’t wanna make you mad and all crazy of whatever — if I say something.”
“What do you have to say about it?” Chelsea asked, pointing out, “We’re going to be 45 minutes away… You have kids that live in Florida and Texas.”