Oh, nothing to see here. Just Jenelle Evans picking a fight with Farrah Abraham on Twitter! The Teen Mom 2 star took to the social media platform on Monday, June 18 to compare her husband David Eason's firing to the "porn star's." Watch the video above to get all the juicy deets.
Back in February, David was given the boot from the hit MTV show for making homophobic and transphobic comments online. Mere hours after the Florida school shooting, the 29-year-old uploaded a photo of his wife holding a rifle and proceeded to fire off bigoted comments about the LGBTQ community. "It only makes sense to protect our kids the proper way, the only way we know how," David wrote on Twitter, responding to someone about the prospect of concealed carry in schools.
"Education is how we protect our kids," wrote the other Twitter user. "Starts with intentional parenting." David clapped back, "And just what makes you think you have a right to tell me how to be a parent? Because you think you know me? LMAO, why don't you go tell the homo and transgender parents to start teaching their kids better morals? Oh, I forgot, that's supposed to be normal." He continued the argument with several more hateful tweets, even calling the community "dogs."
@amyschumer @mtv @Viacom employ this man, David Eason (@davideportcity) he is on the show teen mom 2. He is married to Jenelle Evans Eason who also uses homophobic slurs. Please help us fight these two. This isn’t ok. pic.twitter.com/s3oKlqN472
— Probably not a Hero (HSH) 💛 (@HalfSh3ll3dH3r0) February 19, 2018
These days, online backlash is becoming a regular occurrence for the Easons. Most recently, Jenelle refused to let her son, Kaiser, go to the bathroom while they were eating, and she defended herself by seemingly insinuating that Kaiser, 3, could have an eating disorder. The 26-year-old retweeted this story from a fan, "When My daughter (11) had an eating disorder… was hospitalized for it for three months this year… she did this frequently (going to the bathroom) to use eating disorder behaviors. Good for you for catching on and not allowing him to go. I say ALL the time she isn't allowed to go."
One person wrote, "Controlling the use of a bathroom is depriving the child [of a] basic right." Another added, "And if he went in his pants, he would have been in trouble. Kids should never be in a lose-lose situation." Although it's unlikely that a child would have an eating disorder at such a young age, people were upset that she compared a child — who is still potty training — to someone struggling with body image. Maybe taking a break from Twitter wouldn't be such a bad idea for the family…
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