Jenelle Evans: Teen Mom 2 Sucks Without My Big Dumb Husband!

So just in case you missed this, David Eason has been fired from Teen Mom 2.

It happened several months ago after he went on an awful, homophobic Twitter rant, and MTV has refused to budge on it, no matter how much whining Jenelle Evans has done.

And it's been a whole, whole lot of whining.

It actually took a long time for Jenelle to sign on for the new season of the show, she was complaining so much about so many things.

But at long last, she agreed to keep filming, so that's what she's doing now.

However, that doesn't mean she has to like it …

1. Gross

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OK, so just in case you needed a refresher, if you haven’t seen this dynamic duo in a hot minute, this is Jenelle with her husband, David Eason.

2. Basically

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David is the worst.

3. Impressive

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David is so awful that he managed to get fired from Teen Mom, a series that has featured people high on heroin, physically abusing their significant others, and neglecting their children.

4. Something to Consider

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Think about it: how bad do you have to be to get fired from a network who has employed the likes of Jenelle, Amber Portwood, and Ryan Edwards?

5. For Real Though

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Like, Farrah Abraham starred in a porno, got a DUI, treated the crew like garbage, fought with producers, fought with her fellow cast members, and they still tried to make things work with her before she left the show.

6. So …

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But when David when on his disgusting little homophobic rant, MTV was done.

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Farrah Abraham Trashes New Teen Moms: What Pathetic, Dumb Losers!

Farrah Abraham is out.

Cheyenne Floyd is in.

And a new rivalry has apparently been born.

With Abraham having been fired by MTV several months ago due to her involvement in the amateur porn business, the network went out and hired two replacements:

Floyd and Bristol Palin.

Farrah has hurled a bit of shade at these newbies on occasion over the past few weeks, but she opened up in depth for the first time while speaking to Us Weekly on Friday, September 21.

What did she have to say? Scroll down to find out!

1. Let’s Just Get Right To It!

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Tell us how you feel, Farrah. “There’s no intelligence there and I actually feel like the Teen Mom fans deserve to have better people fill my position and they deserve to have better quality,” she told the above-mentioned tabloid in this extended interview, going right after Bristol, but especially Cheyenne, for simply not being very smart.

2. How Do We Know She’s Taking Aim Specifically at Floyd?

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Because she continued as follows: “They’re from other MTV shows, they’re like Teen Mom groupies. They’re Teen Mom, like, fans, and that’s fine if you are, but don’t go on my show that you watched, talk s—t about me, act like me, it’s like white Girl Interrupted. It’s not cool, it’s not OK.”

3. Where Have We Seen Floyd Before?

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She appeared on MTV’s Are You the One? and The Challenge: Rivals III, which is actually where she met baby daddy Cory Wharton, who will also been on Teen Mom OG Season 8.

4. So, She Had Nothing at All to Say About Bristol?

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HA! Does that sound like Abraham at all? She had plenty to say about this shocking new Teen Mom cast member.

5. Here She Goes…

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“Last I heard they said they couldn’t been paid enough to be like me, but yet, they are paid, they’re filling my spot,” Farrah told Us Weekly.

6. What? Was That English?

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Sort of — but it was a to reference to comments Palin recently made about NOT acting like the ex-Teen Mom OG star during an appearance on Jenny McCarthy’s SiriusXM radio show.

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Kailyn Lowry SLAMS Jenelle Evans: You’re Too Dumb to Homeschool Your Kids!

We've known for years that Kailyn Lowry and Jenelle Evans aren't exactly besties.

But lately, their mutual dislike for one another has escalated to the level of an all-out war.

Earlier this week, Lowry blasted Evans on Twitter, calling her co-star out for much of the scandalous behavior that's made Jenelle so unpopular with fans.

She also revealed that Jenelle had blocked her, which led many to believe that was the end of the feud.

Of course, we should have known better …

Jenelle can't resist talking trash, and today she fired more shots at Kail — and was swiftly put in her place.

Jump into the gallery below for one of the ugliest Teen Mom exchanges to date:

1. Back At It

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Jenelle and Kail have been at one another’s throats lately, and many now believe Evans is badly outmatched in this battle of wits.

2. The Podmother

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It seems Jenelle has taken issue with the fact that she’s occasionally a topic of conversation on Kail’s Coffee Convos podcast.

3. Jenelle Goes Off

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“Soooo it’s OK to constantly talk about me on their podcast tho? Don’t you have any other topics than me?!”

4. Just Don’t Listen?

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When fans pointed out that it’s actually quite easy to avoid a podcast that one doesn’t care to listen to, Jenelle argued that the problem goes beyond Coffee Convos.

5. Talking Smack

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“Nah, articles are always written talking s–t about me,” Jenelle tweeted, adding of Kail: “Don’t blame her though… she’s just always trying to remain relevant.”

6. The Coward’s Way Out

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It was then that we learned Jenelle was hurling insults at someone she had blocked. It looked like kail would have the final word this tweet, but today, Evans fired back …

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Kendall Jenner Makes Dumb Comment, Pisses Off Entire Modeling World

Remember the great Kendall Jenner Pepsi ad debacle of 2017?

Well, this isn’t quite as bad as that, but it’s still evidence that you can spend your entire life in the spotlight and still grow up to be totally ignorant of how to interact with the general public.

As you’re probably aware, Kendall is a model — and quite a successful one, at that.

But from the start, there have been rumors that she’s had trouble earning the respect of her fellow models.

Reports of Kendall being snubbed by her colleagues were rampant after her first Victoria’s Secret show, but it seems she’s managed to win some of the skeptics over in the years since.

Now, however, she may have squandered all that hard-earned goodwill with a single awkward interview.

“Since the beginning we’ve been super selective about what shows I would do,” Kendall recently told Love magazine.

“I was never one of those girls who would do like 30 shows a season or whatever the f-ck those girls do. More power to ‘em. But I had a million jobs, not only catwalks but everything else,” she added.

“The whole combination was very overwhelming and I started to freak out a little bit and needed to take a step back.”

Turns out boasting about how in-demand you are doesn’t exactly endear you to people struggling to make a living in your field, especially when you were born with advantages they can only dream of.

The backlash against Kendall was immediate — and intense.

“This makes me so angry,” Victoria’s Secret model Jac Jagaciak tweeted in response to the interview.

“So disrespectful to literally 99% of people in the industry — yes, they had to work their way up. Please get in touch with the real world!”

Model Vita Sidorkina also chimed in, tweeting:

“Maybe ‘those girls’ need to pay their bills that’s why they are doing 30 shows? No words…”

Kendall quickly got in front of the situation and apologized in a lengthy statement posted on several social media platforms:

“I was misrepresented in a recent interview over the weekend and it’s important to clarify the meaning. It was intended to be entirely complimentary but unfortunately, my words were twisted and taken out of context,” she wrote.

“I want to be clear. The respect I have for my peers is immeasurable!”

Kendall added:

“I get to experience first hand their tireless commitment, their work ethic, the endless days, the lack of sleep, separation from family and friends, stress of traveling, the toll on physical and mental health, yet they still make it all look effortless and beautiful.

“I’m so inspired by so many of these people I have had the good fortune to work alongside! There’s no way I could EVER hate on that. I want everyone to win. SLAY ALWAYS.” 

Hmm … we’re willing to give her the benefit of the doubt because much of the meaning of Kendall’s original statement would depend on the tone in which it was expressed.

Of course, we’re not the ones Kendall is apologizing to.

Her fellow models are obviously pissed — and her apology, no matter how well-intentioned, may be too little, too late.


Big Brother Spoilers: Faysal Makes Another Dumb Move!

It wouldn’t be a round of Big Brother spoilers without some major shade being hurled at the alliance that goes by the name of The Hive. 

The alliance, consisting of Faysal Shafaat, Haleigh Broucher, and Scottie Salton had the opportunity to change the game a few weeks back when they had more allies. 

On Sunday’s episode, we learned that Faysal put his own ally, Scottie on the block next to Brett Robinson. It was a ludicrous move and one that solidified the fact that he does not have a handle in the game. 

It’s becoming increasingly obvious that Faysal is playing for Haleigh’s heart as opposed to the $ 500,000 prize. 

The moment JC Mounduix conspired with Level Six to get Faysal to put Scottie on the block, it seemed like the plan was never going to work. 

Then again, we’ve clearly been giving Faysal more credit than he deserves because his ridiculous decisions continued into the weekend. 

Haleigh, Tyler, and Angela were picked to play in the veto competition, which played out on Saturday and featured the return of Zingbot. 

Let’s hope the robot managed to make enough quips at The Hive to make them realize they needed to switch things up or they were going to be extinct. 

Brett managed to secure the win in the competition, but it came with a major caveat: If he was to come down, he ran the risk of one of his allies going on the block. 

But that was okay, Level Six along with Sam and JC could vote however if they wanted this week so long as one of them did not wind up on the block. 

Sam immediately got scheming, proving once again that she can play the game when she wants to. We’re still expecting her to reveal at the end that she’s been strategizing all summer long. 

In any case, she told Faysal that he should target Haleigh for eviction. This immediately made it seem like Sam was against The Hive alliance. 

One would think that it would then be enough to get Sam on the block, and even Haleigh was happy about the prospect of that. 

Tyler, as usual, swam under the radar when Faysal should have taken his chance to get the competition beast up and out of the house. 

When Monday rolled around, it seemed like Sam was going on the block, but Kaycee was revealed to be the replacement nominee after Brett took himself off the block. 

The Hive could have stayed competitive if Fessy just put two Level Sixers up from the get-go. Instead, they’re losing another one of their own. 

Scottie is definitely going home on Thursday. Haleigh will likely be the only vote to keep him in the house, and next week will likely find both Haleigh and Faysal on the block. 

At this point, Level Six should all be declared winners. They’re killing it!

Big Brother continues Wednesday on CBS!


Tim Allen Defends Roseanne Barr, Asks Very Dumb Question About Comedian’s Firing

Tim Allen just doesn’t understand.

Speaking Thursday at the Television Critics Association’s press tour, the veteran actor basically asked those in attendance was simple question:

Can’t someone just be overtly racist in public without suffering consequences in this country?!?

Allen spoke on the topic of Roseanne Barr’s firing by ABC with journalists at the aforementioned gathering, with his remarks generating both headlines and many raised eyebrows.

(Barr, of course, was let go by the network and had her revived sitcom canceled after she referred to an African-American political advisor as an “ape.”)

“I go away back with Rosie and that’s not the Rosie I know,” Allen said, expounding about his friend and her situation as follows:

“She was the most diverse and tolerant woman I’ve ever known for a long time. Whatever got in her head, isn’t the Roseanne I know.”

Allen then expressed sympathy and shock for the ways of the world, especially when it comes to supposedly funny people who dare to utter controversial statements.

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“It’s a very icy time. I’m a veteran comedian for 38 years and I’ve never seen it, like Lenny Bruce said at the Purple Onion, ‘We’ve gone backwards.’ There are things you can’t say. There are things you shouldn’t say.

“Who makes up these rules? And as a stand-up comic, it’s a dangerous position to be in because I like pushing buttons. It’s unfortunate.”

Who makes up these rules?

We can answer that ridiculous inquiry, Tim.

In Roseanne’s case, ABC executies made up the so-called “rules.”

Roseanne was an employee who was fired by her employer for actions the latter deemed inappropriate and/or actions it felt no longer made her a worthwhile employee.

It’s that simple.

People get fired from their jobs everday. Roseanne is just one of those people.

Allen is one of the few outspoken Republicans in Hollywood.

In May of 2017, he said he was “stunned” by the cancelation of the sitcom on which he starred, Last Man Standing, hinting strongly that he thinks it was yanked off the air due to his Conservative views.

(It has ran for six seasons at the time and ratings had been falling for years.)

Allen also once compared life in Hollywood for a Republican to life in Nazi Germany for Jewish people.

He’s back in the news now because FOX has actually brought back Last Man Standing, hoping it finds a similarly impressive audience to the one Roseanne enjoyed before the network axed that show’s comeback.

As for Barr?

She has oscillated between being regretful for her actions and blaming others for taking them out of context.

She recently swore to Sean Hannity that she is not racist and she has received support from non-Tim Allen celebrities as well.

“Roseanne Barr is my sister in comedy and she is my universal sister and what I won’t do… is throw her away for making a mistake,” Mo’Nique told KTLA last Friday, July 27, adding at the time:

“We’ve all said and done things, baby, that we wish we could take back… but when you’re in the public eye, you can’t.

Said Barr to Fox News the day before that:

“I’ve apologized a lot. It’s been two months. I’ve apologized and explained and asked for forgiveness.”

Oh, well, if it’s been two months… nevermind then!

All automatically gets forgiven after 60 days, right?