"Teen Mom 2" star Kailyn Lowry recently weighed in with her opinion on Farrah Abraham allegedly being fired from "Teen Mom OG." Kail, who is known to often speak her mind, and instigate some feuds with her co-stars, seemingly thinks it is a good decision to have Farrah off of the MTV reality series, which focuses on young mothers who still feel the struggle of parenting children and juggling relationships after dealing with unplanned pregnancies during their teenage years.

Kail holds nothing back when asked about Farrah leaving the reality series

According to Hollywood Life, Farrah and Kail have had some bad blood in the past. The two women have gone at each other during filming of former "Teen Mom" specials, and Lowry has even slammed Abraham for releasing an adult entertainment video in the past. So, when asked about Farrah Abraham leaving "Teen Mom OG," Kailyn Lowry had no problem telling it like it is, "It's about time," she said, seemingly revealing that she agrees with Farrah leaving the show.

However, that may not be the case after all. After telling fans via social media early in the week that Viacom, the company that owns MTV, had fired her for her involvement in the adult entertainment industry, Farrah is now claiming that she hasn't been fired from the reality series.

The TV mom now says that Viacom confirmed that she has not been fired and that she did not breach her contract. However, Farrah's not happy about the entire ordeal.

Abraham calls out MTV execs

After giving the latest update on the status of her reality TV career, Farrah Abraham ripped Viacom, MTV, the "Teen Mom OG" creator, and producers for their unfair treatment of her.

Farrah claimed that creator Morgan J. Freeman was a nightmare to work with, saying that he's fake, unprofessional, and that he hates women. Abraham went on to slam producers for "taking advantage" of the stars of the show, and even spat out allegations of drug use among the crew.

Will Farrah return to 'TMOG?'

It's still unclear whether or not Farrah Abraham will return to "Teen Mom OG" in the future.

However, rumors are flying that MTV and many longtime fans allegedly want her off the series. She has already filmed the upcoming season of the show, and will appear on the new episodes, which will premiere on MTV on Monday nights at 9 p.m. later this month. For now, fans are just trying to keep up with all the drama surrounding the situation.