Jenelle Evans: My Son Would NEVER Call Me a Piece of S–t If He Actually Knew Me!

If you watched Teen Mom 2 this week, then you know what a roller coaster ride of an episode it was.

We got to see Chelsea Houska do a sweet little gender reveal for her husband, Cole DeBoer, which was adorable and wonderful and precious.

But then we saw Leah Messer discuss her daughter’s increasing health problems, which, as always, was positively heartbreaking.

Briana DeJesus was dealing with her breakup with Javi Marroquin, which was pretty whatever, but the best part of her segments was her sister, Brittany, comforting her while on painkillers after a wisdom tooth removal.

Kailyn Lowry’s segments dealt with Javi too, but we also got to see Isaac’s birthday — so cute!

And then there’s Jenelle Evans.

In the previous episode we’d learned that David Eason had just been fired, so of course in this week’s show, Jenelle explained that he’d just been refusing to film for his own personal reasons.

In another scene, she gave us a good example of her lack of parenting skills when she explained to her mother Barbara that she hadn’t given Jace his medication because he was “fine,” because that’s how medicine works.

She also didn’t return the medication she didn’t give him to Barb.

Barbara asked Jenelle out to lunch, but Jenelle shut her down because she was too busy, and then we saw Jace and Barb back at home.

He told her that Jenelle didn’t allow him to call her, which is awful, and then he told her that the whole family had gone out on the boat for a big, fun day.

Well, the whole family minus Kaiser, who they stuck in daycare.

Barbara was upset at that news, because it doesn’t sound fair to exclude poor Kaiser when they actually do something fun. She said that it broke her heart.

And then Jace actually said “Mommy and David are pieces of sh-t.”

Barbara looked shocked and asked him what he’d said, so he repeated himself, and he spit on the ground for good measure.

She didn’t say anything, because what can you say after something like that? Then the episode ended.

A lot of Teen Mom 2 fans had a lot of feelings about the moment — most were as shocked as Barb was.

Some thought that he was repeating something he’d heard from her, but others thought that the phrasing sounded something more like David would say, particularly with the spitting on the ground for emphasis.

Regardless, most people agreed that it really did seem like he was fully aware of what he was saying, and that he meant it.

Since it was the last scene of the episode, and since the next episode obviously hasn’t aired yet, we don’t know how Barbara ended up dealing with what Jace said, or if Jenelle heard about it before watching the episode.

But since Jenelle is Jenelle, she’s discussing the issue on Twitter in the dumbest manner possible.

Early this morning, she tweeted “If Jace lived with me he wouldn’t have ever spoke those words about ANYONE.”

“Thought me and my mom were actually building our relationship lately and now it’s two steps back.”

There are approximately a million things wrong with this one short tweet, but let’s try to break it down anyway, all right?

For one, why is she blaming her mother for this?

Sure, Jace may have heard the sentiment from her originally, but it’s not like she forced the kid to say it.

And since this was filmed several months ago, it shouldn’t have an impact on any progress their relationship is making now.

Also, why on earth does she think that anyone would actually believe that Jace wouldn’t talk like this if he lived with her?

We’ve seen Jenelle and David both be absolutely horrible to all kinds of people — David’s called Kaiser a “screaming little bitch,” he’s called Dr. Drew a “f-g,” and it’s impossible to keep up with all the names he’s called Nathan Griffith.

Throughout the years we’ve seen Jenelle say awful things about Barbara in front of Jace, too.

If Jace lived with Jenelle and David, he’d almost certainly being saying worse about several people.

And let’s be real, it’s not like Jace was wrong in his original statement, anyway.

Does she forget that she’s been on a reality show for the better part of a decade and that lots of people are familiar with her life and her personality?

Because anyone who’s ever seen like ten minutes of her footage would be able to tell you that her statement on this subject is absolute nonsense, and it’s a little embarrassing that she’s trying to act like she could raise Jace better than Barbara is.

Jenelle, just … stop, girl. Just stop for a little bit.


Kim Kardashian: I Knew Kylie Was Gonna Get Knocked Up!

When Kylie Jenner got impregnated by Travis Scott last year, many folks around the Internet were surprised.

She was only 20 years old, after all. She was unmarried. She and Scott had been dating for mere months.

There was no way this development had been planned, right? 

No, Kylie has basically admitted after welcoming daughter Stormi Webster in February, this pregnancy was not planned.

Which doesn’t mean she doesn’t still love her kid a lot, of course.

However, while Jenner hadn’t thought out what might happen if she had unprotected sex with her boyfriend, Kim Kardashian admitted on Monday that she totally predicted her half-sister would be a young mother.

Not this young, mind you, but still…

“We used to say, ‘Season 17, Kylie has a baby,'” Kim joked to The Business of Fashion founder Imran Amed yesterday during a Business of Fashion West panel, adding:

 “And we all looked at each other and [were] like, ‘Oh sh-t! That just happened.'”

Indeed, it really just did.

Kim was joined on stage during this panel discussion by her mother, Kris Jenner.

When asked how long Keeping Up with the Kardashians will run, the famous manager teased:

“It’s going to be here forever!”

She then quipped that Kim’s five-year-old daughter North West is going to get married in a future season.

It was clearly said with tongue firmly planted in cheek, but that’s still an odd thing to crack about, isn’t it? Basically marrying off your grandchild for the sake of future reality show ratings?

Earlier this month, E! released a sneak peek of Season 15, although the network has not yet announced a premiere date.

Here is said sneak peek:

Kris previewed a “major blowout” to come on these new episodes, while Kim hinted that it would center around Kourtney Kardashian.

“When I think about it, I do get really mad,” Kim said of this fight. “It’s basically just like people being disrespectful. It’s the one thing that really gets me.”

She then mysteriously added: “Talk about Kourtney behaving like that.”

Kim and Kris, meanwhile, attended the MTV Movie & TV Awards, which aired on Monday evening and which found them accepting a trophy for Favorite Reality Show.

After all these years, the family has still got it, somehow.

But the family also receives its fair share of backlash.

(Why did you straighten your kid’s hair, Kim?!?)

How does Kim and company deal with all the negativity out there?

“I think that the way my family and I have always dealt with everything is we know we have each other. Nothing else really matters,” the she replied, concluding:

“So at the end of the day, this could all go away and we all have each other and we’re confident in that. So, we’re always going to be who we are.

And if one of us is fighting with, you know, a boyfriend or an ex, or whatever the examples you were giving, I mean, we all know what it is. Like, we all know we support each other and we love each other.

“And a part of all of that craziness has given us the platform to have our brands.”


Asia Argento to Cannes: Harvey Weinstein Raped Me and Some of You Knew

The 2018 Cannes Film Festival came to a close, and Asia Argento delivered an incredible and jaw-dropping speech.

She did not mince words when it came to Harvey Weinstein, whom she accuses of rape.

See her powerful speech in the accompanying video and feel the weight of her words.

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"I have a few words to say," Asia's speech begins.

Reportedly, the organizers did not know what she planned to say in her speech.

"In 1997, I was raped by Harvey Weinstein, here at Cannes. I was 21 years old."

Asia was one of the very first women to come forward and accuse him of sexual assault.

"This festival was his hunting ground."

According to the accusations — which are numerous — he had a number of hunting grounds.

Asia continues:

"I want to make a prediction."

This is her hope for the future, and she's displaying an astounding degree of optimism that tomorrow will be better than yesterday.

"Harvey Weinstein will never be welcomed here ever again."

The entire world hopes that, at the very least.

Though we should consider, for a moment, how low the bar is set when a woman who accuses a man of one of the most evil deeds possible…

… To be speaking about him facing social and professional consequences instead of expressing the hope that he will spend the rest of his life beyond bars.

Asia continues to describe a better future.

"He will live in disgrace."

And then come the professional consequences:

"Shunned by a film community that once embraced him."

And she's not afraid to call out the people who were complicit.

"… And covered up for his crimes."

Then she really turns up the heat.

"And even tonight, sitting among you, there are those who still have to be held accountable for their conduct towards women."

She continues:

"For a behavior that does not belong in this industry — does not belong in any industry or workplace."

She is absolutely right.

"You know who you are."

We would point out that perhaps some of them do not know who they are. There are plenty of sexual predators in the world who never realized that their actions have left a trail of suffering behind them.

Perhaps the #MeToo movement has made them realize the harm that they've done.

"But most importantly, we know who you are."

That is important, yes.

"And we're not going to allow you to get away with it any longer."

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Asia's speech was met with well-deserved applause.

Sadly, there is a long way to go before people can even hope to see justice for all of the horrible crimes committed within the entertainment industry and beyond.

What's worse is that some people are already talking about "comebacks."

Surely we can all agree that rapists belong behind bars at the very least.

Surely we can also agree that serial harassers and abusers don't deserve a "comeback" in an industry that they once treated as a hunting ground.

Harvey Weinstein has always denied the many, many allegations against him, and it is possible that thanks to the passage of time and the woeful inadequacy of the legal system, he will never see the inside of a prison cell.

But perhaps #MeToo and #TimesUp can create a better future. One without sex monsters.

That, we think, is what has Asia Argento filled with optimism.

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