TEEN Mom can bring wealth and fame to his subjects. But what happens when one of the mothers leaves the reality series?
Then it’s off to the real world – and often with a rude awakening.
And even those who are still on the show will one day have to face the harsh reality that their juice will eventually run dry.
That will happen sooner rather than later, according to some viewers.
Many fans are convinced that “Teen Mom” and its various spin-offs have apparently gravitated towards MTV’s interest over the past few months.
Leah Messer only reinforced the rumors by announcing a brand new career venture on social media.
In black lettering, Leah shared, “Before we went on vacation, I passed the state portion of my real estate exam.”
Fans took notice of the announcement and took to Reddit to discuss the 31-year-old’s new career and future on TV.
“Your wording seems like Teen Mom isn’t renewing,” one person speculated.
Another said: “Good luck to her. Good to hear she may have a back-up plan in case TM ends.”
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While a third noted, “Seems like they’re starting to tackle their new ventures/jobs…almost like they know TM is coming to an end.”
But what can a former reality star do with himself after the cancellation? These former teen moms have made a new life for themselves outside of the show.
Mackenzie McKee has already drawn criticism from critics for her new performance after she was fired from the show.
The former MTV star was fired from the series last year and has turned to multiple jobs to make ends meet.
Earlier this week, Mackenzie, 28, shared a photo on her Instagram showing a litter of seven puppies curled up together on a blanket.
This led many fans to suspect that the fired reality star was purposely breeding her dog to sell the puppies.
Mackenzie recently admitted she was struggling to pay her bills after being fired from her job at MTV.
BODY OF MAC
The mother-of-three had previously attempted to turn her love of fitness into another business venture.
Last year, the former Teen Mom OG ran a workout program for willing participants under her Body By Mac brand.
For this session, the Teen Mom graduate wore a tight white shirt with her personal Body by Mac logo on the chest.
She had a happy prospect as she and the group battled the hot Florida sun.
After that, she continued posting Instagram: “Great training, great result! Thank you everyone for coming.”
Jenelle Evans was released in April 2019 after her husband David Eason shot and killed their family dog.
David claimed the dog tried to bite the couple’s daughter, Ensley, in the face, which forced him to put him to sleep.
Shortly after, she briefly started her own podcast, titled The Jenelle Evans Podcast.
However, her show only ran for two episodes before going on hiatus, though Evans promised fans she would pick up the show again soon.
LOWER THE FOREHEAD
She then founded her company, JE Cosmetics, with a promise to create a universal eyebrow kit that would become an essential part of any woman’s makeup routine.
But when she launched the kits, complaints piled up that the eyebrow pencils broke and the color wasn’t the shade the consumer needed.
In June 2021, JE Cosmetics was forced to go out of business after the North Carolina Secretary of State’s office said it had not filed its annual report.
In an exclusive interview with The US Sun, Jenelle said it was her decision to close the company.
She is now making money through an Only Fans account.
Farrah Abraham’s Only Fans account resulted in her leaving the show on bad terms.
It was no secret that Farrah was considered difficult to work with during her time on Teen Mom.
The young mother has been criticized by castmates and producers alike for her bad attitude and negative behavior.
When the producers discovered her extracurricular activities, they gave her an ultimatum: teen mom or adult entertainment.
She chose the latter.
STAND UP STANDOUT
Earlier this year, Farrah proved she wasn’t kidding when she toured as part of a stand-up comedy tour.
She personally teased fans about her plans Tick tock Account promises in her bio: “COMEDY TOUR SOON.”
Farrah seemed closer to realizing a dream she first revealed last April.
Following her release from a trauma treatment facility, the reality star told reporters she was ready to pursue her passion in comedy.
Addressing her ambitions for her professional life, she said, “Comedic relief is all 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… perfectly normal.
After the cancellation of the spin-off series, the 21-year-old works in a bar in Tennessee.
She shared a photo of what appears to be a bathroom at her new workplace.
Standing in front of a mirror, the star wore a branded t-shirt and black shorts.
She had braided her hair 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: “2. Day at my new job, come see me.”