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It’s “Teen Mom” war between Farrah Abraham and Catelynn Lowell, and neither seems prepared to call for a cease fire. Following the release of Abraham’s sex tape, Lowell used Twitter to share her opinion on the porn, writing, “All I have to say Is she sounds like a dying horse!! U kno who I’m talking about.”
Abraham responded in kind during an interview with Us Weekly, saying, “I know what jealousy looks like. I am trying to be a role model for the other ‘Teen Moms.’ I try not to knock them down. I try to better them.” You read that right, she’s trying to be a role model. Most role models plan on showing their sex tapes to their 13 year old daughters, right?
Abraham didn’t end it there though, instead she decided to jab right back at Lowell, adding, “Catelynn has a weight issue, but I don’t say harsh things about her to hurt her self-esteem.” These “Teen Mom” stars are all class.
Of course, that couldn’t be the end of it, not when Catelynn still has Twitter followers to entertain. So naturally, she shot right back at Abraham on May 15, writing, “Go ahead call me on my weight issues when u see me next time ill look way hotter than u so get a life!” She followed that with another, reading, “At least I work to look good I don’t waste my money on plastic surgery! All REAL woman here not fake a** plastic! #curvygirlsrock”
Her last tweet on the matter, for now anyway, questions Abraham’s claim that she’s a role model. “I say someone does a poll who’s a better role model? Huh I think I win lol I’m a real role model how is porn gonna make girls do good?”
Maybe Lowell is right and there should be a poll to determine which “Teen Mom” is the better role model. Luckily, there’s one below for you to make yourself heard.

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