Farrah Abraham appears to have gotten wind of the recent rumors claiming she will soon be replaced by another woman on "Teen Mom OG." Weeks after viewers watched as MTV producer Morgan J. Freeman confronted Abraham about her horrible treatment of his crew, Abraham took to her Twitter page and shared a sexy video of herself with her fans and followers.

"I’m that once-in-a-lifetime kind of woman that can’t be replaced," Farrah Abraham wrote on Twitter on February 10. While Abraham didn't say exactly what it was that she was referring to, she did name the MTV reality series in a hashtag in her post.

She also included the MTV hashtag.

Why was Farrah Abraham fired by Morgan J. Freeman?

Throughout the past several weeks, rumors have been swirling in regard to the end of Abraham's role on the show and why exactly she was fired. While Farrah Abraham appeared to insinuate that MTV had fired her due to her ongoing involvement with the adult industry, the latest episodes of the seventh season of the show seem to suggest that the company was actually fed up with Abraham's treatment of their staff.

Following her exit from the show, Abraham blasted MTV and Morgan J. Freeman on Twitter and Instagram, claiming she was "s***-shamed" by the network and targeted with harassment. She then confused her online audience when she said that she was actually not fired, nor had she breached her contract.

Who will replace Farrah Abraham during the upcoming season of the MTV series?

Earlier this month, The Ashley's Reality Roundup shared a report in regard to the future cast of "Teen Mom OG," revealing that "Teen Mom 3" star Mackenzie McKee and "Teen Mom OG" star Mackenzie Standifer are in the running to replace Abraham. As the outlet explained, both women have been filming in recent weeks but it appears far more likely that Standifer, the wife of Ryan Edwards, will be the one who MTV moves forward with in the coming weeks.

“They are planning to pay [Mackenzie Standifer] around $3,000 an episode to take the fourth spot on ‘Teen Mom OG.' That would obviously be significantly less than the other [cast members] make. It is not a done deal yet, but the consensus is that [she] will get the spot," an insider told the outlet.

To see the last of Farrah Abraham and her co-stars, including Catelynn Lowell, Maci Bookout, and Amber Portwood, don't miss new episodes of "Teen Mom OG" season seven this and every Monday night at 9 p.m. on MTV.