Us Weekly reports that Bristol Palin announced on Instagram that she has quit the show she never belonged on in the first place. Pour out some Highmark Nickel Back Apple Jack… …down your throat–and get ready to drive some snowmobiles and fight with each other! It’s gonna be a true Alaskan goodbye!
Bristol was overpaid for this gig from the jump off, so MTV should count their blessings that they won’t have to waste more of the money they could be using to hire thirsty co-eds ready to “make it big” by getting too drunk on television and stealing our hearts. You know how many co-eds you could get for $250,000? At least 200! Well you guys better start sending MTV your video submissions detailing how “wild” and “real” you are, because Bristol is out of there.
She hopped on Instagram and let everyone know the good news–I mean, she told us all about her decision to leave the show saying it “wasn’t a fit”:
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teen mom OG wasn’t a fit for me, it took away my peace.. and honestly – my peace has a price tag that no one but God can afford 🤣 $ doesn’t impress me, I don’t entertain bs, and walking away from this show allows God to rebuild me (and my little fam) in the right direction. I have love for all the girls on the show, and wish them the best of luck in all their future endeavors!! ❤️🍻 xoxo, B
Bristol had previously called MTV a bunch of evil manipulators who only made her look like a terrible person via their crafty editing skills, which forced her into saying and doing things on camera for them to then show us and convince us she’s a bitch. I know, it’s like The Truman Show. Bristol’s season of Teen Mom OG was really all about her crumbling marriage to Dakota Meyer who divorced her last year. So I guess having a failed relationship portrayed for the entire nation and being carefully manipulated into acting like a hyper mess just wasn’t Bristol’s cup of tea. Who’d of thought?
Well Bristol is free from MTV and can now portray herself without any filters and present her true form: a single mother of three who lives in Alaska. That’s definitely a series I won’t be watching.