It looks like Jenelle Evans and her husband David Eason continue to spark controversy! The Teen Mom star shared a pretty insensitive meme about Emma Gonzalez, well-known Parkland shooting survivor, and activist.
To make matters even worse, Jenelle’s husband thinks the teen should be ‘locked up!’
As you may remember, Evans, enraged many people when she decided to share a pic in which she was showing off a rifle just a day following the tragic school shooting.
But instead of properly apologizing and realizing how insensitive that was, she is now mocking one of the young survivors on social media.
Jenelle took to her Facebook page to share a meme that featured Emma Gonzalez.
The image showed a person with a shaved head from the 1998 film American History X, blowing cigarette smoke in someone else’s face.
The caption read: Emma Gonzalez puffing vape smoke into a classmate’s face after calling him a racial slur.’
One user was outraged by the post and commented: ‘Geez how stupid can you be?’
The Teen Mom celeb then tried to downplay the whole thing by claiming that it was just a ‘joke’ and ‘sarcasm.’
Even co-star Maci Bookout was disappointed and made it very clear when she shared an article about Jenelle’s post, noting that it was ‘So not okay!’
But things keep getting better because Jenelle’s response was: ‘I’m sorry Maci, I am blocking you. This is ridiculous.’
And even after all of that backlash, her hubby, David Eason also attacked Gonzalez on Facebook by sharing a conspiracy theory about her.
‘This girl needs locked up for her role in the shootings,’ he wrote, and then accused she bullied ‘Nikolas Cruz [the shooter] for 3 years.’
This rumor has already been debunked by another Parkland student – Isabelle Robinson.
The girl explained that she was one of the students who tried to be his friend but instead got assaulted by Nikolas.
‘This deeply dangerous sentiment, expressed under the #WalkUpNotOut, implies acts of school violence can be prevented if students befriend disturbed and dangerous classmates. The idea that we are to blame, even implicitly, for the murders of our friends and teachers is a slap in the face to all Stoneman Douglas victims and survivors,’ she wrote.