Another day, another Teen Mom controversy! Following David Eason's homophobic comments on Twitter — which eventually led to his firing — Leah Messer's ex-husband, Jeremy Calvert, slammed the former star and his wife, Jenelle, during an Instagram Live rant.
"[Jenelle's] apology is cracking me up... you can't sit there and say you didn't know what was going to happen when you tweeted that stuff about the gay community," Jeremy began. "You say you don't know how to use Twitter but, goddamit, you use it an awful lot for not knowing how to use it."
The 29-year-old went on to say that the two should be living in fear. "If I were them, I'd be scared to leave my f--king house or even show my face in public right now," he told the camera. He even went so far as to encourage Jenelle's other baby daddy, Nathan Griffith, to fight for full custody of their son. "If Nathan don't [sic] try to get his kid, I don't know what to tell that dude," Jeremy said. "I would have already been in court... even if I had to empty my savings account out, I'd go broke."
Previously, Nathan also had some choice words for the couple, and although he didn't name names, fans got the message loud and clear. "Please take care everyone! Especially, with the terrorist attacks in the east and the families suffering in Florida. God bless and remember that God is the only one that judges and loves all his children of all races, sex, personal orientation and belief," Nathan — who shares son Kaiser, 3, with Jenelle — wrote.
The gym enthusiast went on to admit that he’s said regrettable things in the past, but has adopted a more accepting attitude in recent years. "I know there are some things I have said out of pure ignorance on my part," he continued. "And if I have offended or hurt anyone out there, I am truly sorry and the door is always open to vent or even ask for advice."
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