Fans are worried!
With the second part of the Teen Mom 2 reunion set to air next Monday, the cast must be relieved to get a temporary break from the spotlight. For once, their moves won’t be filmed and analyzed for all of the world to see, and they can have a bit of privacy for a few months before filming for the next season starts. However, the stars can’t rest too easy. Just because their season isn’t currently airing doesn’t mean no one is following the drama in their lives!
Social media plays a big part in this year-round cycle of drama that populates the Teen Mom world. Since fans are still given a glimpse into the girls’ lives just from their snaps and updates there’s almost as much drama to follow during the hiatus as when the show is airing. Jenelle Evans decided to (try to) dodge the drama by deleting her Twitter after abuse allegations, but most fans theorized that she wouldn’t be off of Twitter forever.
Surprise! The fans were right. Jenelle recently reopened her Twitter account for business, and she’s been getting a lot of feedback from fans. Even though the mother-of-three gets a decent amount of hate on any one of her posts, she’s recently been flooded with comments about one topic in particular: the health of her daughter, Ensley.
Fans are sounding off to Jenelle with their concerns for her newborn daughter, even accusing her of overlooking serious problems.
Jenelle reactivated her Twitter account on Nov. 11, after deactivating it and threatening to quit Teen Momamidst abuse allegations. While she was off of Twitter, she remained on Instagram — and it seems that all of the haters migrated over there, to keep an eye on her.
Jenelle has been accused of motherhood mishaps in the past, but recent abuse claims are much more significant than the allegations in her past. Now, fans are accusing her of even more serious neglect after she posted a picture of Ensley for Halloween, for which she was accused of photoshopping her daughter’s head to cover up a malformation.
When Jenelle moved back to Twitter, these accusations followed her. Jenelle returned with a simple tweet: “Hi!” with a waving emoji. Many fans were thrilled to have her back, with users like @candiceshea writing “Welcome back! We missed you,” and user @MeygannTaylor writing “So glad you’re back!”
Others were significantly less kind. User @lifeisshort37 wrote, “We knew you would be back. It was only a matter of time before you needed the drama.” User @TeaEhAreEh wrote, “Back in time for the reunion… typical.”
But some users seemed more interesting in rehashing accusations about Ensley’s health. User @Cynthia24x7 simply posted a chart that reads, “Is my baby’s head shape normal?” listing the way a newborn’s head should naturally develop — again, recalling accusations that Ensley’s head was malformed.
Many came swiftly to Jenelle’s defense. User @angeshunney wrote:
“Ensley’s medical conditions or lack thereof is none of anyone’s business. That’s like when someone has a disability sticker on their vehicle and you ask them what their disability is because you can’t clearly see one. None of your d–n business. So move on.”
User Natasha32404 agreed, “[The Easons] have a pediatrician, if there’s an issue, let the professionals give a diagnosis. It’s not your business in the 1st place.”
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