Thanks to backlash from fans, the clothing brand PatPat has fired Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans as their spokesperson, and she is not happy about it. After going on a heated rant about her termination, could MTV be the next company to part ways with the troubled reality star?
Evans had been promoting PatPat on her Instagram page, but when fans contacted the company after her scandals, they decided to stop their collaboration with the 26-year-old.
“Thanks to all our fans for reaching out to us. Our collaboration with Jenelle is going to be stopped from now on,” tweeted the brand.
— Perez Hilton (@PerezHilton) December 4, 2018
Fans immediately started to praise PatPat for dropping Evans, with one writing that the company did the right thing, and another saying that Evans is “not a good look for any company.” A third wrote that Evans is “poison” for any brand that works with her.
It also appears that PatPat gained some customers because of their decision, with some people writing that they will now order from the company since they listened to fans and severed ties with the Teen Mom 2 star.
Evans tried to act like PatPat’s decision didn’t bother her, but you could tell by her response that she was irritated.
“You honestly think I care about some company that wants me to be a spokesperson, yet doesn’t know who they are dealing with? That just shows you how fake they are. I have more important stuff to worry about. I have so many projects going on at the moment. I don’t need these side jobs, but I do it to be nice,” wrote Evans.
She went on to say that PatPat was a “cheap” company that stopped working with her because they couldn’t pay her. And, she slammed them for using Korean products instead of products from the United States.
According to Radar Online, PatPat isn’t the first company to fire Evans after fan backlash. Back in February, the food delivery service Blue Apron also ended their partnership with the reality star.
— MTV Teen Mom (@TeenMomGossip) December 6, 2018
That happened around the same time that MTV fired her husband, David Eason, after he made anti-LGBT comments on social media. At the time, Evans defended Eason’s views, but MTV opted to keep filming with her.
That could change at any time, though. Fans have seemingly had enough of Jenelle Evans and are ready for MTV to give her the boot.
New episodes of Teen Mom 2 will return to MTV in 2019.