As we have previously reported, Teenage mother 2 Ratings have fallen over the years.
Something It’s normal for viewers to lose out on any series that has aired for over a decade, but the long-running MTV series has problems that go beyond its age.
A common complaint among viewers is that the cast has too much input about what kind of scenes and story lines it promotes.
And that’s how we end up with the whole episode of the Home Remodeling Project when there are lawsuits and arrests and all sorts of crazy dramas off camera.
Kylen Lori seems to be the worst offender in controlling her own narrative.
The story of Kyle picking tiles for his new kitchen was a shark jump moment that seems to have led many former TM2 fans to change the channel.
Apparently at Lori’s urging, the show focused on building her new home, which obviously annoyed many viewers.
Lori had all sorts of interesting things going on in her life in those days, most recently Chris Lopez was arrested for assault.
Kyle later filed a lawsuit against Brianna Djesas for mentioning the arrest on social media.
Lori’s case was dropped out of court, and Brie has been abusing her opponent on social media ever since.
In other words, there is a lot going on in Kyle’s life, almost all the time.
So it is understandable that viewers will be disappointed with the producers’ decision to show flattering aspects only on TM2.
A new preview clip from the show sheds some light on why they made this decision.
As the footage shows, Kyle is upset with her Teenage mother 2 The boss who asked her to share some details of her personal life … on a show that was literally about her personal life details.
“Where is Leya? [Messer] Talking about something [her baby dads] Corey [Simms] And Jeremy [Calvert]? ”Kyle asks.
“I don’t want to give you the things I’m doing when I don’t get the respect they deserve.”
Realizing that she is moving on to the people who made her famous, Lori has a brief moment of self-awareness.
“MTV will fire me later,” he says.
Executive producer Larry Musnik responds, “I think we’ve seen Leah and the guy evolve.”
“I know you’ve brought it before. Where are Jeremy and Corey?”
“Don’t hit anyone the way you would all talk to me about their baby’s father, push me to talk about me,” Kyle replies. “No. By no means. ”
“You’ve got four sons, three fathers and lots of moving pieces about how to move that life,” Musnik noted.
When a producer asks if Lori talks about her personal life in her podcast (where she has complete control over the narrative), Kyle gives a rather flashy answer:
“Yes. I make more money from podcasting than from ‘Teen Mom’, “says Kell.
“I’m proud of all your success, but don’t forget that this show made it possible,” Musnik replies, urging Kyle to shoot his middle finger.
Not the most professional response!
Not surprisingly, Kyle’s longtime rival, Brie, used the opportunity to laugh at Kyle’s expense.
“Buo! Then get TF from the show,” he wrote on Instagram after the clip came out.
And Brie’s allegations seem to reflect the unanimous opinion of the show’s fans:
“Oh Kyle don’t forget what you’re from …” one person wrote, according to Ashley’s reality roundup.
“All he does is complain … if he doesn’t like it, why would you come back to the film if you make more money from your podcast,” wrote a second person.
“Kyle has to go! She is becoming Farah! ” A third chimed.
“Like, if you don’t like to ask questions, don’t stay on the show. He treats MTV like an ass! They should say goodbye to the girl and give them that finger back to her.
Commentators sometimes pile on Kyle unnecessarily, but in this case, they may have a point.
If he no longer feels comfortable sharing his life story on camera, it may be time to move on and let someone else board the ship. Teenage mother Gravy train!