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Farrah Abraham uses Twitter to bully other Teen Moms

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Farrah Abraham lashes out at other Teen Mom stars on Twitter

I can just picture it all happening in real time.

The new episode of Teen Mom OG airing, all the girls sitting on their couches at home, phones in hand waiting for the social media response.

One controversial cast member took that opportunity to start a pretty unnecessary feud with her costars. Farrah Abraham took to Twitter to basically just bully Maci Bookout, Catelynn Lowell and Amber Portwood.

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She takes immature stabs at them calling them immature, saying, "Maci is still scared #Lmao well when she stops lieing/being [sic] immature with the rest might be hope of me associating w/them #teenmomog @mtv."

Of course, Abraham had just begun the volleying of tweets. Taking the bait, Lowell responded, "Let's talk about being mature we don't sit on our phones and tweet about you 24/7 we forgot you even existed. #ByeFelicia #endrant."

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Abraham's response was… well, to say the least, not very articulate.

During the show, the rest of the cast did a little self-promotion while Abraham just continued to post negative comments about Lowell and retweet nasty comments about the other cast members.

All of it seemed really immature.

More: Teen Mom's Amber Portwood defended Farrah Abraham in a very mature way

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