Amber Portwood isn’t happy with MTV’s latest promo clip on Twitter.
Ahead of tonight’s Teen Mom OG season eight premiere, MTV shared a short video of Catelynn Lowell and Maci Bookout speaking about the upcoming episode and right away, Amber fired back at the network for leaving her out of the post.
“It’s almost time ? Don’t miss the 90-minute premiere of #TeenMomOG TOMORROW night at 9/8c on @MTV!” the network wrote in the caption of the clip seen below.
— #TeenMomOG (@TeenMom) September 30, 2018
“Well f**k me? Lol,” Amber wrote in her now-deleted response, captured via a Teen Mom fan site.
Amber then shared another deleted post about the video, which read, “Apparently I wasn’t in NY when they were asked to do this…. @MTV nothing but disrespect.”
Amber clearly wasn’t happy about MTV’s decision to leave her out of their Twitter post but ultimately, she decided to remove her fiery tweets and instead shared the message below with her fans and followers.
Omg lol sending love?
— Amber Portwood (@AmberLPortwood) September 30, 2018
Amber’s latest series of tweets comes just months after she slammed MTV for pegging her as a bad parent to her daughter Leah. As fans of Teen Mom OG may recall, Amber distanced herself from Leah due to a number of mental health struggles she faced during filming on season seven around the time she struck up a romance with Andrew Glennon. Shortly thereafter, the network aired scenes with Amber’s ex-boyfriend, Gary Shirley, and his wife, Kristina Anderson, in which the couple was heard suggesting Amber had prioritized Andrew over her child.
“Make sure to watch Gary and Kristina tonight talking s**t about me,” she wrote in January. “It must be hard making money off of me!”
“I’ve been on this show for 10 years. I’ve been through hell!” she continued. “MTV has turned my pregnancy and this relationship into a joke in one of the happiest times of my life. Apparently my life is just for people to tell me how horrible I am as a mother because I went through depression.”
Teen Mom OG season eight premieres tonight at 9 p.m. on MTV.