Maci Bookout & Farrah Abraham Finally Bury the Hatchet … for Now

It looks like the recent feud between Teen Mom OG stars Maci Bookout and Farrah Abraham has finally come to an end. On Monday's reunion special with Dr. Drew, the squabbling couple came together, along with co-stars Catelynn Lowell and Amber Portwood.

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Farrah's mid-season return to the show was a controversial, as she had not been initially invited back due to some of her lifestyle choices. Like writing erotica, filming a sex tape, and peddling sex dolls with her likeness.

When Maci found out that the Backdoor Teen Mom star was coming back after all, she briefly quit the show, claiming that she didn't want her son Bentley being on the same program as someone like Farrah.

Farrah verbally attacked Maci several weeks ago when the girls were in New York City for press week, but it looks like they've moved on from it. Maci gave a sincere apology to Farrah, and even more shocking -- Farrah accepted it!

Maci said, "I really, honestly never meant to hurt your feelings. It was never my goal, or for you to feel judged by me." She also explained that her issues were with MTV and her contract, not necessarily with Farrah.

For her part, Farrah admitted, "I appreciate and I understand your apology. And I understand if you don't want somebody to be a part of it because of other assumptions when you signed an agreement."

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Maci also said that she wants to mend their relationship, as they share a special bond not understood by many others. She said, "We all know how alone we can feel in our situations, and I think it's important to know that we always have the four of us. I will always have their back because they're the only three who know exactly what we've all been through."

Wow, that's a lot of maturity coming from the young moms right there, especially with so much water under the bridge. But being able to own up to your actions and apologizing for hurting other people's feelings is an important part of getting through life as a decent human being. Good job, ladies!

Do you think Maci was right to apologize to Farrah?

 

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