Farrah Abraham is happy to see that David Eason has been fired from "Teen Mom 2." One day after MTV announced they would no longer be working with the husband of Jenelle Evans, Abraham spoke out about her thoughts on the issue, saying that she hopes Eason will take his firing as a learning experience and educate himself on the LGBT community. She also slammed Eason for his shocking tweets.

“Some people die hearing those words and certain connotations," she told Us Weekly magazine on February 21, adding that Eason's statements were quite hurtful.

According to Farrah Abraham, she hopes David Eason won't be passing down his potential homophobia to his kids and suggested Jenelle Evans help him become a better human being. She then applauded MTV, who recently fired her, for making the responsible choice and cutting their ties with Eason.

MTV fired David Eason from 'Teen Mom 2' on Tuesday

David Eason has been appearing alongside Jenelle Evans on "Teen Mom 2" for the past several seasons and was midway through production at the time of his firing. As for his future, he will no longer be seen in any capacity on MTV. In their statement, which was shared on Twitter and through other media outlets, MTV said that Eason's recent comments do not reflect their own views of the LGBT community.

They then said that "effective immediately," they've ended their working relationship with him. Although there have also been rumors regarding Evans' possible exit from the show, and even a petition to have the mother of three booted from the series, MTV has not yet said a thing about Evans' potential exit from "Teen Mom 2" and she's stayed silent about the exit of her controversial husband.

What did David Eason say about the LGBT community?

In a series of tweets, which have since been deleted, Jenelle Evans' husband reportedly called the community "abominations” and claimed he would be telling his three children, including his one-year-old daughter Ensley, “not to associate” with transgender people or gays. Following Eason's shocking posts, both he and Evans deleted their Twitter accounts.

Still, the controversy surrounding his posts, and screenshots from the ordeal, have lived on.

Jenelle Evans and her co-stars, including Kailyn Lowry, Briana DeJesus, Chelsea Houska, and Leah Messer, will return later this year in a new season of "Teen Mom 2." David Eason has not yet responded publicly to MTV's firing.