Farrah Abraham filmed her last scenes of "Teen Mom OG" in late 2017 and was later fired from the show by longtime producer Morgan J. Freeman. Since then, rumors have been swirling in regard to Mackenzie McKee, formerly of "Teen Mom 3," being cast as her replacement on the show. As fans may have noticed, McKee recently confirmed [VIDEO] that she was working with Freeman when she shared a photo of the MTV executive at her home in Oklahoma.

While the MTV Network has not yet confirmed the ongoing reports regarding McKee's potential addition to their long-running series, Abraham recently weighed in on the rumors, claiming that she has "no reaction" to McKee possibly replacing her on the show and stating that she is irreplaceable.

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Abraham made her comments during a March 6 interview with Pop Culture. Abraham then said that she wasn't sure if the show would be able to continue without her. "I don’t know if ['Teen Mom OG'] is canceled or still going to try to make a return after my departure," she added.

Just weeks ago, fans watched as Farrah Abraham was reprimanded for her treatment of her film crew after yelling at one of her female producers [VIDEO]. However, according to Abraham, it wasn't MTV's decision to part ways with her. Instead, it was her own choice, which she claims to have a completely sound mind about. "I left at the height of ['Teen Mom OG'] history and am sound with my choice," she told the outlet.

What is Farrah Abraham's next move?

After leaving the MTV reality series for good, Abraham spoke to Pop Culture, revealing that she was hoping to parlay her reality success into a career on the small screen. She then slammed the reality series as "fake" and said she was looking forward to taking on more dramatic roles in the near-future. She even went as far as to say that she will soon be the best actress the world has ever seen.

Farrah Abraham took one final dig at her former 'Teen Mom OG' co-stars

Abraham hasn't gotten along with her co-stars for the past few years and as she moves on from the show, it is clear that they will likely never make amends. Following rumors of feuds with her co-stars, Abraham released a statement to Pop Culture, saying that while she wishes Maci Bookout, Amber Portwood, and Catelynn Lowell, "the best," she hopes they work on their jealousy and hatred and quit women-shaming. She also encouraged the cast to life one another up and empower other women.

"Teen Mom OG" Season 7 airs Monday nights at 9 PM on MTV.