Love her or hate her, there’s no denying that Kailyn Lowry speaks her mind.
Following her on social media means generally having a good sense of what sort of day Kail is having.
Her fans know when she’s excited about a new project, when she’s enjoying time with her three sons, and most importantly, when she’s pissed off.
In recent months, it seems there have been two primary targets of Kail’s ire:
First, there’s Javi Marroquin.
Javi began dating Briana DeJesus back in October, and Kail reacted to the news that her ex-husband was hooking up with her rival about as well as anyone would.
Actually, she handled better than most, as evidenced by the fact that Javi still has the full use of both of his legs.
Needless to say, it was something of a minor victory for Kailyn when Javi and Briana broke up earlier this month.
Now she has more time to focus on the other ex that’s a frequent thorn in her side.
We’re talking, of course, about Chris Lopez, the father of Kailyn’s youngest son, Lux.
Kail didn’t mention Chris by name in her latest Twitter tirade, but it’s pretty clear who she’s referring to:
“One thing I can’t f-cking stand is a man who tries to make it seem like he’s trying to be in his kid’s life when in fact he barely does the bare minimum.”
Lopez’s involvement in his son’s life–or lack thereof–has been an issue since the day little Lux entered the world.
Chris has apparently flip-flopped on the issue considerably, first indicating that he would not seek a relationship with his son, then changing his mind when Lux was born.
Now, it appears he’s had another change of heart.
Kail followed her original tweet up with two others that also seem to be critical of Lopez:
“You are not trying my dude,” she wrote, before adding:
“All talk, no action … In other news.”
It seems that Kail would love nothing more than to permanently leave Lopez in the past.
As a mom who puts her kids’ needs above her own, however, she seems to recognize that that’s simply not possible.
Watch Teen Mom 2 online for more of Kail’s intensely devoted brand of motherhood.