Excuse us?! Briana DeJesus allegedly posted and quickly deleted an incredibly raunchy tweet about her sex life with Javi Marroquin on Oct. 26, and we really can’t tell if the Teen Mom 2 star was hacked or just trying to get attention. Either way, the content isn’t something we would expect from a mother of two!

“Here we go,” she wrote, right before unleashing this stunning revelation: “U kno he’s the one when he spreads dem cheeks apart and spits inside ur a–hole.” Moments later, another tweet came through saying “let me sign off of this cause I be in my feelings too much lmao.” The tweets all came within a one-minute span, and disappeared as quickly, but not before speedy Twitter user TM2 Reali-tea took a photo. Teen Mom Talk Now spotted the drama unfold it and shared the tweet.

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Briana’s alleged tweet

Fans were immediately horrified at the overly sexual post, and started sharing their theories about how it ended up online. One fan insisted that someone else must be tweeting from Bri’s account, writing “seems more she was hacked… I seriously doubt Briana would actually post crap like that.” But others quickly stepped in, claiming Bri has always had naughty Twitter fingers. “Then you didn’t see her Twitter before. She posted s–t like that all the time,” one explained.

Some people were less concerned about whether or not she was hacked, and more bothered that they had to see it. “Wow, this is foul,” said a user. Another agreed, sarcastically tweeting “a great legacy to leave your children.” “I’m all for wild stuff in the bedroom but you don’t have to announce all that on Twitter!” said a fan. “Keep that kind of specifics in the bedroom.”

As of now Briana’s Twitter is squeaky clean, posting mostly about her kids and being a mom. She recently denied dating Kailyn Lowry’s ex Javi, but he confirmed they were a couple, which is why fans assume she’s talking about him in the raunchy tweet. She has yet to respond to the backlash from fans.

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