Jenelle Evans Talks Co-Parenting With Ex Nathan Griffith Amid The COVID-19 Quarantine And Throws Some Shade!

Jenelle Evans Talks Co-Parenting With Ex Nathan Griffith Amid The COVID-19 Quarantine And Throws Some Shade!
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The new Coronavirus, COVID-19, has started a huge global crisis and now, people are in quarantine, which means that some family members may also be stuck away from one another. This is the case with Jenelle Evans and the son that she shares with ex, Nathan Griffith.

While she actually has the boy with her in North Carolina, the father is away from him so she revealed how they keep in touch while practicing social distancing amid the pandemic.

That’s right! The Teen Mom star told her subscribers on YouTube how she and her baby daddy co-parent Kaiser, 5, during their separate isolation period.

It all started with a fan question that she was quick to answer in the video.

‘How is co-parenting with Nathan?’ Jenelle read one follower’s inquiry while rolling her eyes.

She went on to explain that: ‘It’s fine, he hasn’t seen Kaiser much since we moved back to North Carolina because he’s in Florida and his mom is in Tennessee, so Kaiser just FaceTimes with Nathan as of right now. Of course, the virus is going on, but Nathan lives in Florida so… that’s on him.’

It sounds like she just had to use this opportunity to throw some shade at her ex.

In the meantime, she also discussed her reconciliation with David Eason, just months after she insisted she was scared for her life and her kids’ safety.

But now, Jenelle put across a whole different story, even revealing that she was the one to contact him and apologize!

‘So while I was in Tennessee I contacted David and I said 'I’m sorry.’ He contacted me back, asking, ‘for what?’ And I said that I think we ended things abruptly and we need to try and work things out for our family and our marriage. And he said, ‘Okay.’’ Okay then.

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