TEEN Mom can lead to fortune and fame for its subjects. But what happens when one of the moms leaves the reality series?
Then it’s off to the real world – and often a rude awakening.
And even those still on the show must one day face the harsh reality that their gravy train will eventually run dry.
According to some viewers, that’ll be sooner rather than later.
Many fans are convinced Teen Mom, and its various spinoffs, have seemingly been on MTV’s chopping block in recent months.
Leah Messer only added to the rumors by announcing a brand new career venture on social media.
In black text, Leah shared: “Before we left for vacation I PASSED the state portion of my real estate exam.”
Fans noticed the announcement and took to Reddit to discuss the 31-year-old’s newfound career and her future on TV.
“Her wording seems like Teen Mom is not renewing,” one person speculated.
Another offered: “Good luck to her. Nice to hear she may have a back up plan if TM income were to stop.”
While a third remarked: “Seems like they’re starting to get their new ventures/jobs lined up… almost like they know TM is coming to its end.”
But what can a former reality star do with themselves after being canceled? These former Teen Moms have made new lives for themselves outside of the show.
Mackenzie McKee has already been slammed by critics for her new gig after being fired from the show.
The former MTV star got the boot from the series last year and has turned to several jobs to make ends meet.
Earlier this week, Mackenzie, 28, shared a photo on her Instagram showing a litter of seven puppies curled up on a blanket together.
This led many fans to suspect that the fired reality star was purposely using her dog to breed in order to sell the pups.
Mackenzie recently admitted that she struggled to keep up with her bills after getting axed from her job at MTV.
The mother of three had previously tried to turn her love of fitness into another business venture.
Last year, the former Teen Mom OG led an exercise routine for willing participants under her brand Body By Mac.
For that session, the Teen Mom alum wore a tight white shirt with her personal Body by Mac logo emblazoned across the chest.
She kept a happy outlook as she and the group battled the hot Florida sun.
Afterward, she posted on Instagram: “Great workout, great turn out! Thank you everyone for coming.”
Jenelle Evans was fired in April 2019 after her husband, David Eason, shot and killed their family dog.
David claimed that the dog tried to bite the couple’s daughter Ensley in the face, forcing him to put it down.
Shortly after, she briefly started her own podcast, titled The Jenelle Evans Podcast.
But her show only put out two episodes before taking a hiatus, although Evans promised fans she would resume the show soon.
She then launched her business, JE Cosmetics, with the promise of a universal eyebrow kit that would become a mandatory staple in women’s makeup routine.
But as she rolled out the kits, complaints started rolling in that the eyebrow pencils would break and the color wouldn’t be the shade the consumer needed.
By June 2021, JE Cosmetics went out of business after the North Carolina Secretary of State’s office said she didn’t file her annual report.
In an exclusive interview with The U.S. Sun, Jenelle said it was her decision to close the company.
She now makes money through an Only Fans account.
Farrah Abraham’s account on Only Fans led to her leaving the show on bad terms.
It was no secret that Farrah was deemed difficult to work with during her tenure on Teen Mom.
The young mom was called out by castmates and producers alike for her poor attitude and negative behavior.
When producers discovered her extracurricular activities, they gave her an ultimatum: Teen Mom or adult entertainment.
She chose the latter.
Earlier this year, Farrah proved she wasn’t joking when she hit the road as part of a stand-up comedy tour.
She teased fans with her plans on her personal TikTok account, promising in her bio: “COMEDY TOUR SOON.”
Farrah seemed to be getting closer to realizing a dream she first revealed last April.
After her release from a trauma treatment facility, the reality star told reporters she was ready to pursue her passion in comedy.
She touched on her aspirations for her professional life saying “comedic relief is everything we need.”
Rachel Beaver, who rose to fame on Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant, shocked fans when she left the show for a job that turned out to be… absolutely normal.
Following the spin-off series’ cancelation, the 21-year-old is working at a bar in Tennessee.
She shared a photo from what appeared to be the bathroom in her new workplace.
The star was seen standing in front of a mirror wearing a branded T-shirt and black shorts.
She had her hair in a braid off to one side.
Rachel tagged her location in the Instagram Story post as Iron Works Grille and Pub in Tellico Plains, Tennessee.
She captioned the snap: “2nd day at my new job, come see me.”
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