Miranda Simms Is 'Fed Up' With Leah Messer's Poor Parenting Choices

It's no secret that Teen Mom 2 star Leah Messer has been having a rough year. She and her second husband Jeremy Calvert divorced, she spent time in rehab, and she has been accused of neglecting her three daughters, one of whom has specials needs. Apparently, her first ex-husband's wife is sick of it, because Miranda Simms has been throwing shade at Leah via social media.


Corey Simms's wife didn't specifically mention Leah by name in her posts, but given the contention between the families recently, it's pretty safe to assume that she was blowing off some steam about the mother of her twin stepdaughters.

Miranda retweeted one account called Amazing Grace, saying, "Why try and be fake when being real takes less effort?" She also retweeted the account Psychological Facts, saying, "A person generally hates you for 3 reasons: 1) They want to be you. 2) They hate themselves. 3) They see you as a threat."

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Hmmm ... it seems especially suspicious considering the timing. Miranda's posts came just days after Leah went on a substantial Twitter rant about other people's attempts to put someone down. That, of course, came after the news that Miranda apparently blew her lid at Leah on the Teen Mom 2 reunion special, saying she was "fed up" with Leah's lies and bad parenting.

Leah wrote:

People's tirades against you will probably reveal to you just how unhappy and disillusioned and frustrated that person is with life, and that's their problem, not yours. You don't need to take on someone else's burden. They need to deal with their anger.

To put others down in an attempt to gain attention, validation, or happiness shows if you're not jealous of whether have, you show that you're unhappy with what you have when you intentionally offend them. How you treat others is a direct extension of how you feel about yourself, and when you try to make someone else feel bad or embarrassed of who they are, it's deplorable.

Ugh, these two definitely have some unresolved issues.

They both have the girls' best interest at heart, so hopefully they can learn to get along.


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