Will the drama ever end?! Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry seems to be feuding with her third baby daddy Chris Lopez on Twitter. While we’re used to the constant back and forth, this rant comes solely from Chris.
When a fan tweeted at him, “Don’t even give that b—h a life,” in reference to Kail, another fan quipped back in support of the mother-of-three: “She gave him life lol… You think this non-factor got 13k followers by himself? 13k and 99.9% of the time he gets no likes or responses. If you were able to add and weren't blind you possibly [could] put 2+2 together.” Chris quickly responded, saying he doesn’t care about the fame that came along with having a child with the MTV star. “These 13k followers don’t mean a thing tho lol I honestly liked it better when y’all didn’t know who I was,” he wrote.
He then referenced Briana DeJesus, Kail’s ex Javi Marroquin’s on-again, off-again girlfriend. “Instead of trying to hit Bri up to piss Kail off, go work and get yourself a lawyer to see [your] child,” a fan wrote to Chris. He responded, “It was a joke lol I don’t want that girl. relax DUDEE.” While it’s unclear as to whether or not Chris and Bri have any sort of relationship, one thing’s for sure: he's trying to send some sort of message to Kailyn.
This whole debacle comes shortly after Kailyn seemingly called Chris out on her Twitter. "One thing I can’t f–king stand is a man who tries to make it seem like he’s trying to be in his kids life when in fact he barely does the bare minimum," she said, going on to explain, "You are not trying my dude.” Though she didn’t name names, fans deduced that she must be talking about Chris. "The first two are good dads as far as we know, Jo Rivera and Javi Marroquin take care of their kids (once again, as far as we know lol)," one fan reasoned. Well, we hope for baby Lux’s sake these two work out their differences.
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