Over the weekend, Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry once again had some nasty words on Twitter for her co-star Jenelle Evans, and this time, she brought up the incident from seven years ago that started their feud. Will these two young moms ever find some common ground and get over their differences?
According to In Touch Weekly, Lowry brought up the time back in 2011 when she gave Evans $150 to help her with some legal trouble after police arrested her for a probation violation.
“Do y’all remember the time I gave Jenelle money to make bail?” the 25-year-old wrote.
Since that time, the two have had quite the tumultuous relationship, and have gone back and forth on social media with harsh accusations and hurtful words.
— MTV Teen Mom (@TeenMomGossip) February 13, 2018
Recently, Evans sent Lowry a cease and desist letter – along with her mom, Barbara, and Chelsea Houska – and Lowry went straight to Twitter to warn Evans after she implied that Chris Lopez wasn’t the father of her six-month-old son, Lux.
In the searing tweet, Lowry went after Evans for sharing an article about the offensive baby daddy claim. But Evans defended herself by saying that she didn’t write it and instead she “got paid for” posting it.
The back-and-forth between the reality stars continued when Lowry told Evans to stop the scare tactics, and then asked how she could violate her own cease and desist.
But Evans wasn’t finished and responded to Lowry once again by writing that she had screenshots of her tweets from over the years, and it’s ridiculous for her to continue to tweet about drama and it shows how thirsty she is for attention.
— She Gossips (@SheGossips) February 6, 2018
In addition to the continuation of her feud with Lowry, Evans also found herself in the middle of a political controversy this past week after her husband, David Eason, posted several insensitive photos just hours after the Florida school shooting.
After a ton of backlash, Eason eventually deleted the photos. But, he did make one his profile pic, and continued getting into political arguments.
Now, fans have gone to Change.org and started a petition urging executive producer Morgan J. Freeman to fire the couple from the popular MTV reality show.
The petition complains about Eason posting photos of Evans holding and aiming a rifle – the same weapon used in the shooting – and when fans asked him about the controversial pics, Eason attacked several women with threatening and abusive language.
A couple of days later, Evans attempted to cool off the situation by posting a photo of her boys playing in the backyard taken around sunset, with the caption, “Home is where the heart is.”
Jenelle Evans and Kailyn Lowry will bring back all their drama when Teen Mom 2 returns with new episodes later this year.