What does each of the women of "Teen Mom 2" make for each season they star on the MTV reality show? According to a new report, Chelsea Houska, Leah Messer, Kailyn Lowry and Jenelle Evans are reportedly making over a quarter of a million dollars for each season of the show while their rumored new co-star, former "Teen Mom 3" cast member Briana DeJesus, will be making substantially less when she joins the series for season eight.

According to a report by The Ashley's Reality Roundup this week, the cast of "Teen Mom 2" was reportedly upset by the addition of DeJesus and became further upset when they learned of what the network was planning to pay her for coming aboard.

As the outlet explained, MTV struggled to figure out what would be a fair salary for DeJesus and several of the show's cast members were upset that they were even considering paying her anything close to their alleged salary of $300,000 per season.

Briana DeJesus will reportedly make around $20,000

Although producers may have been thinking of offering the "Teen Mom 3" star much more, they have allegedly decided to pay her much less than her new co-stars' current salaries. Instead, as The Ashley's Reality Roundup explained, the network has decided to pay DeJesus the salary that the cast made for their second season on the series, which is about $20,000.

The outlet told readers that in regard to the salary talk, the "Teen Mom 2" cast wasn't happy about Briana DeJesus making so much money off of their success, but the network felt that $20,000 was a fair amount for their newest star.

As The Ashley's explained, DeJesus already had one season of a "Teen Mom" spinoff under her belt.

Mackenzie McKee isn't happy about Briana DeJesus' new gig

Following news of DeJesus' addition to the cast of the reality show, in regard, toMackenzie McKee spoke out about the news and revealed that she too had regarding the role.

“They interviewed me and [Briana DeJesus] two months ago, but chose her,” McKee told Radar Online last month. “I thought, ‘This can’t be true!’ I was confused.”

According to McKee, DeJesus is far less qualified for the role and when it comes to their social media following, that seems to be clear. As fans can see, McKee currently has 620,000 followers on Instagram while DeJesus has less than 90,000.

McKee also said that she has a number of business opportunities in the pipeline as she remains committed to her husband, Josh McKee, and their three kids.

No word yet on when "Teen Mom 2" will return to MTV for season eight.