Fans are worried for Kaiser!
Jenelle Evans and David Eason are both Southerners at heart. When their relationship started getting serious, one of their priorities was finding land to purchase so that they could raise their children in nature. They soon found “The Land,” which is actually where they hosted their beautiful outdoor wedding. It has also given them ample room to spread out and let their children enjoy nature, hunting, and outdoorsmanship.
However picturesque their new property is, there are some downsides. In addition to the upkeep, there are also certain dangers of raising children in an area without the right precautions. There have been concerns raised about some of Jenelle’s choices, and fans often disagree about what’s actually dangerous. But there’s no arguing that this recent update is overtly dangerous, and is putting her children at risk.
Jenelle Evans has a huge following in the Teen Mom fanbase, but she also may have the biggest number of haters. Some fans follow her social media accounts just to criticize her every move, and sometimes her mistakes are greatly blown out of proportion. Jenelle is probably used to the criticism by now, but this recent update has even her die-hard fans alarmed.
Jenelle decided to take her son Kaiser out for a ride on an ATV, which can be safe with the right precautions. But Reddit user valkyriejones quickly pointed out something disturbing: Kaiser is obviously not wearing a helmet in the video.
Fans were beyond dissapointed to see this frightening update. “My mom works in [a] pediatric rehab for babies,” wrote user Driftwould92. “Go there for one hour and see how those angels have to live the rest of their lives because of easily prevented accidents. F**k jenelle.” User bird223 even pointed out, “A lot of stuff gets criticized with Jenelle that i take with a grain of salt but this is pretty scary.”
When one user defended Jenelle by saying that riding an ATV without a helmet is simply a “country thing,” fans were adamant that this wasn’t an excuse. User lotsuvyarn raged:
“Personally upping for your child the chances of death or a traumatic brain injury is being ‘country’? No, it’s being a selfish idiot. If you want to do that yourself, go right ahead. But, it’s not remotely ‘country’ to make your non consenting child sign up for that s**t.”