If you’re not with Kailyn Lowry, you’re against her. After the Teen Mom 2 star shared the news that she’s expecting baby No. 4, plenty of fans and friends had her back — but for those who don’t, she had one simple message. On Wednesday, February 5, she told everyone who isn’t ready to stand with her that they don’t have a place in her life.
“My friends don’t agree with everything I do, but they support me in life,” she wrote on Twitter. “If you can’t be supportive, stay the f–k away from me.”
Since announcing she’s pregnant again, Kail, 27, has made a habit out of calling out the haters. When one Instagram commenter told her to “keep [her] legs closed” and stop being a “baby maker,” she shut them down. “My legs were closed,” she snarked back. “Have you never heard of doggy style?” When another fan wrote that they “just can’t” with the news, she clapped back, “Well, good thing you don’t have to.”
Even before she revealed that she was expecting again, the soon-to-be mom of four was chasing out all of the negativity in her life. When one Twitter user came for baby daddy Chris Lopez, who is both Lux’s father and the father of Kail’s future son or daughter, she told them to mind their own business. “You can sit the f–k down [and] don’t speak on people you know nothing about,” she slammed after the user called Chris abusive and a dead beat. “I don’t give one single f–k,” she continued. “Don’t talk about my baby dad. You don’t know s–t.”
The MTV mama has always been happy to clap back when the moment calls for it. Now that she’s dealing with the first few months of pregnancy, it seems she’s especially willing to call the haters out. In her announcement, she revealed that she’s “almost 16 weeks pregnant” and struggling. “It’s been a rough few months this time around,” she admitted to her fans. “I’ve had nausea, morning sickness and absolutely no energy. 😭 … Going through nausea and morning sickness while trying to keep the news a secret can be quite isolating.” Luckily, she’s finally starting to feel a bit better. And being surrounded by the “supportive” people she needs can only improve her situation.
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