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Kourtney Kardashian vs. Teen Mom

Kourtney Kardashian vs. Teen Mom
December 5, 2011 JEREMY FEIST
Farrah Abraham and Kourtney Kardashian

Mark it down on your calendars, people: December 5th, 2011 will go down in history as the day that pop culture, having already devoured itself, began to poop itself back out again. After Kourtney Kardashian announced her brand new TV special– oops, I meant baby. Which she had for a TV special —Farrah Abraham from Teen Mom went on Twitter and called her out for using a baby and a relationship to get on television, which erupted in a good ol’ fashion Twitter feud. On a scale of sadness from one to ten, one being “I stubbed my toe” and ten being “Adele‘s Someone Like You“, this ranks somewhere around “watching two seals club each other to death”. From the Hollywood Reporter:

When Kourtney Kardashian, 32, announced that she was pregnant with baby No. 2 last week, Abraham tweeted her opinion: “I’m shocked Kourtney Kardashian is pregnant again, did she not learn anything from Teen Mom? Maybe it’s a fake pregnancy like Kim’s wedding. SAD.” Kourtney, who was 30 when she had her first child, Mason, responded, “Why would I have anything to do with Teen Mom? I’m 32 years old! I may look young, honey, but don’t get it twisted.” Scott Disick, Kourtney’s longtime boyfriend and father of her child (soon-to-be children), eloquently took to his lady’s defense: “We’re not teenagers ya f–king moron.” Abraham began tweeting in an attempt to explain herself. “Double standards in this world? Yes and guess what! Age and money honestly do not change a person’s poor choice. Quit making excuses:)” And for those who misunderstood her, she wrote, “I hope [Kourtney] takes her relationship with her boyfriend more serious for their children.” So what was Abraham’s response to Disick’s name-calling? “Is sh-t stain racist 4 black? Great dad! NOT.”

Holy crap, this is just a very special kind of DERP. This is what happens when you give God’s greatest mistakes tons of money and a platform to spout off whatever gibberish word-salad floats across the sort of weird, fleshy mound in their skulls they call a brain. When a teenager whose only contribution to society is letting her boyfriend raw-dog her as a teenager gets into an Twitter flame-war with a woman whose only real business acumen is plastering her name on things that have only, at best, a tangential relation to her family, the entire world dies just a little on the inside.

Farrah Abraham and Kourtney Kardashian