Bristol Palin Announces She's Done With 'Teen Mom OG': 'It Wasn’t a Fit For Me'

Bristol Palin and Dakota Meyer
Teen Mom OG

"It took away my peace."

Reality TV isn't for everyone.

On Monday, Bristol Palin revealed that she would no longer be starring on MTV's Teen Mom OG series, and gave her reasons behind the decision. 

"Teen Mom OG wasn’t a fit for me," she captioned a photo of herself from the show. "It took away my peace.. and honestly - my peace has a price tag that no one but God can afford."

Further explaining herself, Palin wrote: "[Money] doesn’t impress me, I don’t entertain bs, and walking away from this show allows God to rebuild me (and my little fam) in the right direction."

The mother of three concluded her post with a kind message for her Teen Mom OG co-stars. "I have love for all the girls on the show, and wish them the best of luck in all their future endeavors!!"

Palin, 28, appeared in one season of the show, and took issue with the editing of the series after an episode aired back in December. 

The daughter of former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin took to Instagram on Tuesday to air out her grievances with Teen Mom OG, which greatly focused on her divorce from Dakota Meyer. 

“No matter how bad @teenmom tries to portray my ‘life’….. my babies, my family, my close friends — they know the TRUTH,” Bristol captioned a holiday photo of herself and her kids in front of a Christmas tree. “I’m a pretty great mom, work my a** off, show up, and hustle everyday to give my kids a pretty great life.”

She went on to slam the network for showing the more dramatic personal sides to her life, saying, “@mtv doesn’t want to talk about faith, show work ethic, or juggling three kids alone, they don’t want to show the humble process of starting over after a divorce, building a career, or any real life issues."

When Palin spoke with ET in September, she shared why she had decided to be part of the show, though clearly it did not go as she planned.

"God gave me a platform and that is to serve others and if I can do that with this show, you know, letting people know they’re not alone in the same struggles across the nation... Life isn’t over after a divorce," she said. 

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