Jenelle Evans: My Son Hates Barbara Evans Just Like I Do!

Jenelle Evans has spent much of the past year proving that there’s really no contest when it comes to the title of Worst Mom in the Teen Mom franchise.

But amazingly, it seems Jenelle doesn’t see it that way at all.

In fact, the Carolina Hurricane is under the impression that she’s not even the worst mom in her own family.

If you’re a long time Teen Mom 2 viewer, then you’re no doubt aware that Evans’ mother, Barbara Evans, has had primary custody of Jenelle’s oldest son, Jace, for pretty much his entire life.

The reasons for this are myriad, but they mostly have to do with the fact that Jenelle is a violent lunatic who’s been arrested more times than Charlie Sheen.

So despite the fact that Babs is a bit lacking in the maternal instincts department herself, family court judges have decided on multiple occasions that Jace is safer with his grandmother than with his mom.

But Jenelle isn’t giving up without a fight.

On last night’s episode of TM2, Jenelle called the police after Jace contacted her and alleged that Barbara had hit him.

It was quickly revealed that Jace lied about being abused, but being the supremely effed-up human being that she is, Jenelle was weirdly proud of her son and counted the situation as a victory against Babs:

“Dude, you’re so mad because he wants to live with me so bad,” Jenelle said in reference to her mother.

It’s a little sad that Jenelle is battling for the approval of 8-year-old, but what makes the situation even worse is that she seems less concerned with Jace’s well-being than with one-upping Babs:

“This is getting me really scared for Jace’s sake,” Jenelle told David Eason during last night’s episode. 

“I just don’t want Jace to grow up like I did where it was constant yelling and screaming.

“I think I’m gonna take my mom back to court,” she told Eason.

“I think it’s time.”

While Jenelle remains convinced that Jace is being mistreated by his grandmother, Babs maintains that the real problem is the fact that Jace has inherited his mother’s anger issues:

“Everything was going smooth at home…and then he came home and had another meltdown,” Barbara said last night, referring to an incident in which Jace punched a hole in a wall.

“Instead of working together, she’s tearing him in half,” Barbara said of her relationship with Jenelle.

“That’s all Jace wants, is us to get along. It’s never gonna happen,” she added.

“We’re extremely worried about his future. Over my dead body, I’ll make sure like hell that I will try my best to get him to grow up properly,” Babs concluded.

Needless to say, it doesn’t look as though this situation will be resolved any time soon.

Fans are almost universally of the opinion that Jace is better off with Barbara, but currently, it looks as though both Evans women are more concerned with besting one another than with ensuring the boy is well taken care of.

And as the competition heats up, it becomes more and more clear that the real loser will be poor Jace.

Watch Teen Mom 2 online for more of the Evans family’s most appalling moments.


David Eason Goes OFF on Kailyn Lowry, Barbara Evans In Epic Rant!

Of all the losers, users and abusers who have gained fame from the Teen Mon franchise, it's possible that none is so repugnant as David Eason.

Eason was fired from Teen Mom 2 back in February after he launched a homophobic tirade against the fans who dared to suggest that he shouldn't be singing the praises of assault weapons just hours after the world learned of the Parkland, Florida school shooting.

Now, it looks as though his wife, Jenelle Evans, will be following in his footsteps, as she's likely to be canned after a road rage incident that ended in her threatening to kill the other driver.

But David isn't concerned about the fact that his wife is clearly out of her gourd – no he's much to busy taking shots at Jenelle's mother and co-stars on social media.

See what we mean in the gallery below:

1. Idle Hands

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David has a lot of time on his hands these days. He’s 100% unemployed after being unceremoniously booted by Teen Mom 2 producers following some truly horrendous comments on social media.

2. Keeping Busy

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David COULD keep busy by seeking employment or taking a larger role in his children’s lives. But instead, it seems he’s decided to focus his attention on stirring up further drama on social media.

3. No Lesson Learned

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You might think that David would mostly steer clear of online trash talk after it cost him his job, but as evidenced by – well, pretty much everything in his life – this is not a man who devotes much thought to his actions.

4. Shots at Kail

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Evans has long had beef with her TM2 co-star Kailyn Lowry, and it seems Kail wound up directly in David’s crosshairs over the weekend.

5. Crass as Ever

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“So I guess Kailyn Lowry got her keyboard so greasy from cheetos that her finger slipped and said some tough guy sh-t about me and my wife,” David wrote, no doubt thinking he was being very clever.

6. A Low Blow

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“Apparently her plastic surgeon filled her head with the same sh!t he filled her ass with #nocommonsense,” he added.

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Barbara Bush Funeral: Family, Friends & Past Presidents Say Goodbye to Former First Lady

Barbara Bush is being laid to rest, and hundreds have gathered to pay their respects and celebrate the life of a woman who was wife of a president and mother of another. The former First Lady’s funeral is being held in Houston at St Martin’s…


Professor Celebrates Death of “Racist” Barbara Bush

Former First Lady Barbara Bush passed away on Tuesday. She was 92.

A Fresno State professor tweeted out some accusations about the First Lady, and more or less danced on her grave.

The backlash was intense. The personal consequences may be more so.

Randa Jarrar

A lot of people indulge the impulse to express delight when a famous person dies.

Often, they deserve it. But most people agree that Barbara Bush’s death does not need to be celebrated.

Professor Randa Jarrar, however, is not most people.

She tweeted:

“Barbara Bush was a generous and smart and amazing racist who, along with her husband, raised a war criminal. F–k outta here with your nice words.”

She received thousands of replies and even spent a few hours debating people. She has since made her Twitter account private.

Randa Jarrar Tweet

Free speech does not mean freedom from consequences, however.

She has since revealed:

“Currently on leave from Fresno State. This is my private account and represents my opinions.”

Fresno State, in the mean time, has put out a statement reading:

“On behalf of Fresno State, I extend my deepest condolences to the Bush family on the loss of our former First Lady, Barbara Bush.”

That’s an appropriate way to start.

“We share the deep concerns expressed by others over the personal comments made today by Professor Randa Jarrar, a professor in the English Department at Fresno State.”

They emphasize something that is very important, however.

“Her statements were made as a private citizen, not as a representative of Fresno State.”

That won’t prevent certain anti-education opportunists from trying to frame her as a typical “university elite” or whatever.

“Professor Jarrar’s expressed personal views and commentary are obviously contrary to the core values of our University, which include respect and empathy for individuals with divergent points of view, and a sincere commitment to mutual understanding and progress.”

It’s difficult to prove that Barbara Bush was or was not a racist, so let’s look at the other “accusation” leveled against her — regarding who one of her sons grew up to be.

Was the US Invasion of Iraq perpetrated under pretenses that were later revealed to be false, deceiving the international community and the American public?


Did the Bush Administration commit acts that many consider to be war crimes during that extended conflict and during the global “War on Terror,” including torturing enemy soldiers and also some people who were found to be innocent?

Also yes.

But while he may have had the literacy level of a child, George W. Bush was a grown man. Like, in his fifties. Also, he was the President of the United States.

And while it’s unlikely that he’ll ever be held accountable — unless you believe in Hell — for the atrocities committed during his Presidency, that doesn’t mean that we shift the blame to his mom.

What is important to remember about Barbara Bush is that she was widely considered to be George H. W. Bush’s better half.

For example, she supported the Equal Rights Amendment and was vocally pro-choice, unlike most of the Republican establishment in recent decades.

She avoided commenting on her political views during her husband’s candidacy out of fear that she would alienate his voter base.

But even if she had not been as good as she was, she was never President herself, nor was she a monster.

With that in mind, don’t her grandchildren and great-grandchildren deserve consideration?

Say what you will about actual Presidents, but it seems unethical to express this kind of glee simply because you disliked her husband and son.

Personally, I’m not an advocate for pretending that someone was better than they actually were just because they died.

But I certainly don’t support pretending that they were worse, either.

Celebrate the deaths of bad people if you want to, but don’t target their relatives in your zeal.

Randa Jarrar exercised her right to free speech. But that right does not exempt her from consequences of her words, personally or professionally.

Now … does it make sense for her to be placed on leave for that simple tweet (and the tweetstorm that followed)? It might.

This doesn’t seem like something that should get her fired, however.

She’s not advocating violence or a violent ideology anywhere that we’ve seen.

It seems that she’s just being unkind on her own personal social media.


Barbara Bush Dies; Former First Lady Was 92

Sad news out of the world of politics today, as Barbara Bush – wife of George H.W. Bush and mother of George W. Bush – has passed away at the age of 92.

The office of the elder President Bush confirmed the news in a statment released moments ago:

“A former First Lady of the United States of America and relentless proponent of family literacy, Barbara Pierce Bush passed away Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at the age of 92,” the statment reads.

“She is survived by her husband of 73 years, President George H. W. Bush; five children and their spouses, 17 grandchildren, seven great grandchildren; and her brother Scott Pierce.

“She was preceded in death by her second child, Pauline “Robin” Bush, and her siblings Martha Rafferty and James R. Pierce.”

The statement also indicated that funeral arrangements will be announced “as soon as is practical.”

Bush’s death comes just days after it was revealed that she will no longer seek medical treatment following her latest round of health issues.

“Following a recent series of hospitalizations, and after consulting her family and doctors, Mrs. Bush, now age 92, has decided not to seek additional medical treatment and will instead focus on comfort care,” read a statement released by one of the former first lady’s representatives.

“It will not surprise those who know her that Barbara Bush has been a rock in the face of her failing health, worrying not for herself — thanks to her abiding faith — but for others.

“She is surrounded by a family she adores, and appreciates the many kind messages and especially the prayers she is receiving.”

Many Americans first became familiar with Barbara Bush during her husband’s tenure as vice president under President Ronald Reagan from 1981 to 1989.

The New York native then served as first lady from 1989 through 1993.

During her husband’s time in the White House, Bush founded the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy.

Bush’s eldest son, George W. Bush served as president from 2001 to 2009.

Her third child, Jeb Bush, was the 43rd governor of Florida and a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016.

She is survived by five children, 14 grandchildren, and 7 great-grandchildren. 


Barbara Bush Dead at 92

Barbara Bush — former First Lady of the United States and wife of 41st President George H.W. Bush — has died. The former First Lady died at her home Tuesday surrounded by her family. She had suffered from congestive heart failure and Chronic…