TEEN Mom alum Ryan Edwards slammed show's fans on Instagram.
He called them "dumb f**kers" and "cowards" in a furious rant after he was FIRED from the MTV series.
Ryan's wife Mackenzie shared a snap of him holding his daughter Stella at a barbeque restaurant captioned: "Pretty rare that we get 1 on 1 time with each of our kids… but when we do it’s perfect"
Followers criticized Ryan saying he looked “rough,” as another added: “No hate at all but Ryan looks like hell…”
Ryan also commented: "You dumb f**kers got it all wrong. I'm just a s**t bag because I'm white and privileged. Y'all idiots don't know s**t but what is on tv. You people are worthless cowards.
"10+ years I've never met one motherf**ker to say one negative thing to my face…You think that with everything else going on in our country right now you would question the way you act because it's the people like you who act like whining a** b***hes that got us in this pathetic state.
"And it will be the ppl like me and my wife and the other half of the ppl that would rather do something positive with their life that has to fix it.
"So next time you go to say some stupid s**t that you know nothing about… bit your tongue… the f**k off. IT WILL HELP US ALL."
In addition to Stella, the couple also shares three-year-old son Jagger.
Ryan is also the father to 13-year-old son Bentley with ex Maci Bookout, 30.
She also Maverick, five, and Jayde, six, with husband Taylor McKinney.
RYAN'S TROUBLED PAST
Earlier this month, The Sun exclusively revealed Ryan demanded a judge ban “irrelevant” past arrests and drug use from his upcoming car crash trial.
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He was sued by Tennessee residents James and Janet Byrne for negligence after he was involved in a car accident back in August 2018.
James, the driver of a 1997 Nissan pickup truck, claimed Ryan “negligently and recklessly” rear-ended him with his 2018 Ford pickup truck.
The alleged victim alleged Ryan “violently” struck his car when he was stopped at a red traffic signal.
The trial is currently set for November 9, 2021, and is expected to last “two or three days.”
The Sun revealed Ryan filed a motion to “prohibit proof or questioning as to the Defendant’s prior criminal or drug activities that were not in any way related with the motor vehicle accident at issue.”
The court papers continued: “Defendant has conceded simple fault for causing the accident at issue, and these other matters would be extraneous, irrelevant, confusing, unfairly prejudicial and unduly burdensome to the Defendant.”
Ryan is referring to his battle with addiction, which has been heavily documented on Teen Mom OG.
RYAN'S DRUG USE
The TV personality's legal trouble with drugs began in March 2017 when he was issued a citation for simple possession of heroin.
According to the citation, 14 hypodermic needles, one filled with heroin, were found during a search of his car.
After a bag was tied to the center of the console with a dark substance inside, Ryan told police: “It’s heroin and I have a problem.”
Ryan was not arrested and was instead issued a misdemeanor citation for simple possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia.
He pleaded guilty to the simple possession of heroin charge and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in jail, which was suspended.
During a 2017 episode of Teen Mom OG, Ryan was caught on camera slurring his words and nodding off while on his way to his wedding with Mackenzie.
Cameras caught Mackenzie as she punched her husband on the shoulder to wake him up and steered the wheel for him as he swerved.
Ryan checked into rehab for the second time after the shocking episode aired.
His legal problems continued when he was arrested for a petition to revoke when he failed a court-ordered drug test in March 2018.
The reality star was arrested again in July 2018 for breaking probation from a past possession of heroin charge and received probation.
He then completed his third rehab stint in November 2018.
However, Ryan was arrested again in January 2019 for breaking probation from a past possession of heroin charge and was sentenced to 90 days in jail, which he served.
Earlier this year, Ryan exclusively told The Sun that he is sober.
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