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  • Tana Mongeau's show "MTV No Filter" won't be returning for a third season.
  • The show, originally called "MTV No Filter: Tana Turns 21," premiered on MTV's YouTube channel in July 2019.
  • Mongeau has been entangled in quite a lot of drama in the last few weeks, after former friends accused her of gaslighting and racist microaggressions.
  • She's also been criticized by commentators and followers alike for partying during the coronavirus pandemic, which they have called irresponsible and setting a bad example to her young fanbase.
  • MTV confirmed to Insider that a third season of "No Filter" was not planned, but this was a decision made before the latest controversy surrounding Mongeau was brought up.
  • Insider has reached out to Mongeau's manager for comment.
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Tana Mongeau's show "MTV No Filter" will not be returning for a third season.

The YouTube show, which premiered on MTV's channel in July 2019, was originally going to center around Mongeau turning 21. But as filming went on, the focus shifted to Mongeau's turbulent, whirlwind engagement to fellow controversial creator Jake Paul.

The first two seasons consisted of 7 episodes each, plus one Christmas special, totaling to 15 episodes overall.

Mongeau has been entangled in quite a lot of drama in the last few weeks. Influencers and former friends of Mongeau, Kahlen Barry and Nessa Briella, both recently put out videos alleging Mongeau and her manager Jordan Worona were involved in racial insensitivities, microaggressions, and mistreatment towards them.

Commentators and followers of Mongeau have also criticized her behavior during the coronavirus pandemic. She was caught on camera going out multiple times with several different groups of people, often not wearing a mask.

In one video on Mongeau's Instagram story, she and Erika Costell, another ex-girlfriend of Paul, brazenly told the camera they "don't care" about old tensions between them. However, many took the "don't care" comment to be a blatant disregard for following recommended guidelines during the pandemic.

—Def Noodles (@defnoodles) July 26, 2020

Mongeau apologized in a statement on her Instagram story a couple of days later, saying it was "careless and irresponsible" to go out partying during a global crisis.

"Actions like that don't deserve a platform and I want to fully apologize and be better than this," she said. "I need to be a better example and person."

However, the apology it wasn't taken seriously by some commentators.

"Classic Tana Mongeau," tweeted the YouTuber who goes by Shook. "Girl ... You didn't care when you were going to multiple parties and posting it everywhere so save the fake apology."

—shook (@shook_yt) July 27, 2020

Amid all the recent controversy, a rumor started going around that "No Filter" had not been renewed for a third season after "Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant" star Ashley Jones posted about it on Instagram.

"Very proud of MTV for taking a stand and firing Tana," she said in the now-deleted post. "Very happy that the standard is the same for everyone. Very happy that the company I work for is taking a step in the right direction."

MTV confirmed to Insider that a third season was not planned, and they and Mongeau had gone their separate ways professionally. However, this decision was apparently made months ago before any of the recent accusations were made.

Insider has contacted Mongeau's manager for comment.

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The New York Giants placed the unrestricted free agent tender on linebacker Markus Golden in April. After going unsigned through July 22, Golden can only play for the Giants this season, and he has reported to training camp. He’ll make roughly $4.1 million in the 2020 NFL season.

Golden feels “good” about returning to North Jersey (quotes per’s Dan Salomone).

“I feel good about being back. It’s a good place…At the end of the day, I love playing ball.”

After going unsigned for the bulk of the offseason, Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post reported that Golden was “motivated” by his free agency failing to gain traction.

Golden feels that if people don’t know his game by now they’re “not worth proving to.”

“If you don’t know what I can do by now, you’re not worth proving it to.”

Golden says he plays football for his family and “to win.”

“I play the game for my family. I play the game to win.”

The Giants signed Golden to a one-year deal last offseason. He played off the edge and started 16 games for the Giants. Golden totaled 72 combined tackles, 10 sacks and 27 quarterback hits. For his career, the Missouri product has totaled 191 combined tackles, 29 sacks and 69 quarterback hits.

Among the new faces in the team’s edge rotation is Kyler Fackrell, who the Giants signed to a one-year, $4.6 million deal in free agency. The former Green Bay Packers pass rusher is a season removed from totaling 10.5 sacks and played under new defensive coordinator Patrick Graham in 2018 (Graham was the Packers inside linebackers coach and defensive run game coordinator in 2018).

The Giants selected Penn State’s Cam Brown with the 183rd pick and Minnesota’s Carter Coughlin with the 218th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. They also have third-year player Lorenzo Carter and second-year player Oshane Ximines returning. Carter and Ximines totaled a combined 70 tackles and nine sacks in 2019.

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