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It goes without saying that most reality shows are far from real (cough, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, cough). However, we have it under good authority that Teen Mom — while definitely edited to be ultra-dramatic — is not a scripted show.

All you have to do is watch an episode to realize that you can't make up that kind of drama, and we challenge you to find any writer who'd be able to come up with Kieffer Delp's classic pickup line, "Y'all sure y'all fine?"


Many of the Teen Mom ladies have come to the show's defense in the past, and the latest baby mama to defend MTV? The network's arch nemesis, Farrah Abraham, who up until now, has taken any and all opportunities to slam the show that made her famous.

Farrah took to Twitter to share a photo of a spread from a newspaper article, which claims that writers from shows like Teen MomSay Yes to the Dress, and Real Housewives are demanding more money and perks for dishing the drama.

Farrah's response? "Here's another reason the [Writers Guild Found] #BS," she tweeted. "In some cases life deaths and people with real lives don't need writers."

Despite Farrah's tweet being vaguely hard to follow (read: totally inarticulate), her message to fans is pretty clear: her portrayal on Teen Mom was 100 percent authentic. We believe it!

Do you agree with Farrah's claim that Teen Mom isn't scripted? Let us know in the comments.