Not having it. Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry responded to a troll who said her son Lux looks like a “girl” thanks to his long hair.

“I thought she had four boys, only see three boys and the girl she’s holding in [a] blue T-shirt and tights,” they wrote under a photo Kail and her kids, to which she clapped back, “Don’t be a d–k.”

Kailyn Lowry Claps Back Over 'Girl' Comment on Lux Pic
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This is hardly the first time the “Coffee Convos” podcast host defended her third child, 3. In August, when one commenter suggested that it might be time for the toddler to get a haircut, she didn’t hold back in her response.

“I think he needs a haircut,” the Instagram user wrote after seeing a pic Kail shared on August 17. “Good thing we don’t give a f–k what you think,” the MTV mama responded.

Lux’s hair has been a point of contention recently, both online and with his dad, Chris Lopez. Kailyn called out her ex on social media on September 5, sharing “before” and “after” photos of Lux’s long locks, which were cut unevenly. “Parenting with a narcissist be like,” the MTV personality captioned the “after” pic. “Control tactic.”

The reality starlet’s former costar Jenelle Evans then shared her unwarranted opinion on the subject, seemingly siding with Chris and his decision to chop some of it off.

“I would have cut that little boy’s hair too,” the former Teen Mom star, 28, wrote on Twitter on September 7. “Barbara [Evans] agrees too,” she added, referring to her mom.

In a separate post, Jenelle seemingly took aim at Kailyn again, continuing, “It’s really sad to see when the mother is the difficult one and holds the child away from the father while coparenting. You can hate the other parent all you want but they aren’t going away like you want sooooo bad. #SorryNotSorry.”

In an interview with In Touch, Kail revealed why she’s no longer with her ex-boyfriend. “He just [sic] doesn’t want to be with me,” she exclusively admitted, adding that he “won’t commit.”

“He doesn’t want to, you know, and, and that’s OK. Just, I need to get to a point where I fully move on and take it for what it is. So, I’ll take the blame for that.”

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