Kailyn Lowry and Javi Marroquin are once again joining forces — for a book, that is! The former couple — who tied the knot in 2012 and divorced last year — are telling their sides of the story in a new book titled, He Said, She Said. Watch the video below for more details!
Javi took to social media as well to make the big announcement. He wrote on Instagram, "I know that you guys have been patiently waiting for my book, trust me when I say that it's coming, but since Kailyn has quite a bit to say, I had to write just a little more to really give you my side of what happened. Lately, it seems as though it's my word against hers. To be fair, there are always two sides to every story. Can't keep the secret any longer. My publisher @13thandjoan and I will be releasing my first book series with @kaillowry #HeSaidSheSaid It will be ready before you know it! Stay tuned!"
Fans quickly voiced their opinions, with some excited for its release date and others slamming the Teen Mom 2 stars. One person wrote, "This book is gonna be quite unique! You guys are incredible to be able to come together and release something respecting both sides of truth! Now that's being honestly civil in speaking out. Many blessings to you guys! You both have my full respect!" Another disagreed and ranted, "... Most of the drama had to be bogus if you're doing a book TOGETHER. Like, filming Marriage Boot Camp when you were basically already divorced. What is the point?! All of this stuff was just a ploy for potential buyers." He continued, "You hate each other, you love each other, you hate each other, you're writing a book together? I can't keep up with it anymore." Neither can we! There's no word yet on a release date.
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