Though she has blowouts with her now-former fiancé Matt Baier and her own mother during her time on the WE tv series, it's a battle with rapper Jim Jones that takes center stage during tonight's season premiere.
While speaking to Brandi Glanville's father about his own television past, the recording artist and "Love & Hip Hop: New York" star said the "overall scheme" of reality TV is "pretty much bullshit to make some money." He added, "They pretty much want you to exploit yourself and everything that's around you."
This didn't sit to well with 27-year-old Portwood, who's been on MTV since she was "16 and Pregnant." "Get the f-ck outta here. Let me tell you something right now, I've been on reality television for 10 f-cking years," Portwood said, clapping to emphasize her point. "I've been real since day one. That's not true. Not all reality television stars are like that."