Okay, we're kind of over the whole Nathan Griffith/Jenelle Evans feisty Twitter feud thing. Nathan took a really low blow at his ex-fiancee on Oct. 23, when he posted a video talking to their son Kaiser on the phone, trying to get him to say bad things about his mom for the world to see.
"Hey Kaiser, where do you want to stay at?" he asked the three-year-old in a baby voice. "At daddy's house!" said the little boy, who is living with Jenelle and her husband David Eason right now. "Why? What's wrong?" asked Nathan. "I don't want to go at my mommy's house, I want to go to daddy's house," he responded. Nathan then said "you said you were crying, why were you crying?" Kaiser said it's because he misses his dad and Nana.
He said it first but I wanted to record it because it was so cute and so I asked him to say it again. “I don’t want…” 🤔 pic.twitter.com/vhwfQb4hTw
— Nathan J. Griffith (@GroundLevelUp) October 23, 2017
Many fans immediately pointed out that "kids always want the other parent when they aren’t with them." On top of that, they really hated the way Nathan is using his son as a pawn to hurt Jenelle. "Please don’t put that innocent baby in the middle. And don’t even talk bad about his mother to or around him. No matter what she does," said one fan. Another agreed, writing "poor kid. Caught in the middle. He shouldn’t be asked things like that and it definitely shouldn’t be posted on social media."
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I'm so glad to have you in my life. You want nothing but mommys attention all this time and it will never get old! Even tho some people may not give you the attention you deserve, I'm glad you have someone like David and our family to give you the love you need to grow up and show the same love to your own family some day. Never forget we will always be here for you when others may not be. I love you my precious little boy. 💋🙌🏻🎩
This all seems to be part of Nathan's #SaveKaiser campaign, where he's trying to get custody of Kaiser after a recent episode of Teen Mom 2 showed David being rough with him. He also said that someone could be in "huge legal trouble" right after the episode aired. Now look, Jenelle definitely isn't a perfect mom, but it's never cool to put kids in the middle and manipulate them like that. It's about time Nathan learns to keep his dirty laundry off the internet and to focus on his kid's well-being.
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