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Jenelle Evans: Still Posting About Guns, Still Pissing Off Fans

It's been almost a month since David Eason was fired from Teen Mom 2 after launching a homophobic rant on Instagram.

The vile incident was spurred by a photo of Jenelle Evans shooting a gun that Eason posted just hours after the Parkland, Florida school shooting.

Fans implored him to take the photo down out of respect to the victims' families.

Eason refused, and all hell broke loose.

One would think that Jenelle would have learned a valuable lesson from her husband's firing, but weeks later, the Carolina Hurricane is still using her newfound love of firearms to troll fans:

1. The Offending Photo

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Eason posted this image as a Valentine’s Day tribute to his wife. Unfortunately, it appeared online just hours after the Parkland, Florida school shooting that claimed 17 lives.

2. Combative Dave

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Fans begged Dave to take the photo down, but he refused. And then he went on the offensive in truly disgusting fashion…

3. Your Bigotry Is Showing…

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David proceeded to hurl homophobic insults at the Twitter users who suggested he delete the post. For obvious reasons, this illicited an uproar from fans, as well as from several other stars of the Teen Mom franchise. MTV responded swiftly…

4. The Changing of the Easons

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David was fired by producers, and MTV released a statement informing viewers that he would no longer appear on any of its new programming.

5. Jenelle Tries to Make It Right

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Jenelle issued a public apology in which she lamely claimed that David “doesn’t understand Twitter” and can’t be homophobic because he once attended a party at which they were also gay people in attendance. Needless to say, no one was moved to sympathy for Eason.

6. Evans on the Offensive

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When her apology failed, Jenelle tried a different approach. And not surprisingly, the Carolina Hurricane now finds herself at the center of yet another controversy…

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Logan Paul Apologizes After Mocking Suicide Victim, Posting Video With Dead Body

Logan Paul is the YouTube “celebrity” whom you recently became aware of when your most obnoxious nephew told you about him over the holidays.

He unequivocally sucks, but he has a massive following.

And he’s probably not going anywhere, despite having recently crossed the line between “terrible” and “ghoulish,” because 2018 is sure to be another diaper incinerator of a year.

Paul is a 22-year-old professional prankster who lives his life to amass views, but found himself smack-dab in the center of a particularly lazy episode of Black Mirror yesterday, when he became a top trending topic on Twitter … for all the wrong reasons!

For reasons that remain clear only in his brain–which has likely been severely damaged by years of violent “dabbing”–Paul and some of his friends traveled to Japan’s infamous “suicide forest” near the base of Mt. Fuji.

Here, they quite predictably encountered a dead body hanging from a tree.

Rather than respectfully mourning the loss of a human life and quietly alerting the authorities, Paul and company attempted to turn the whole thing into a comedy bit, with a video entitled–sigh–“We found a dead boy in the Japanese Suicide Forest…”

In the since-deleted clip, Paul and his friends laughed, spoke in “funny” voices, and repeatedly zoomed in on the corpse.

Needless to say, the reaction from Paul’s 3.9 million subscribers was one of near-universal disgust.

And the situation wasn’t helped much by the 22-year-old’s apology, which quickly deteriorated into a remarkably douchey humble-brag session.

“This is a first for me. I’ve never faced criticism like this before, because I’ve never made a mistake like this before. I’m surrounded by good people and believe I make good decisions, but I’m still a human being. I can be wrong,” Paul wrote on Twitter.

“I didn’t do it for views. I get views. I did it because I thought I could make a positive ripple on the Internet, not cause a monsoon of negativity. That’s never the intention.”

He concluded:

“I was misguided by shock and awe, as portrayed in the video. I still am.”

Yes, it was apparently shock and awe that led Paul to introduce his video by saying, “Buckle the f–k up, because you’re never gonna see a video like this again!”

Needless to say, Paul’s “apology” didn’t win him many converts … by which we mean he’s being savaely roasted by the entirety of the internet:

“How dare you! You disgust me,” tweeted Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul (no relation).

“I can’t believe that so many young people look up to you. So sad. Hopefully this latest video woke them up. You are pure trash. Plain and simple. Suicide is not a joke. Go rot in hell.”

“You’re an idiot. You’re not raising awareness. You’re mocking,” remarked Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner.

“I can’t believe how self-praising your ‘apology’ is. You don’t deserve the success (views) you have. I pray to God you never have to experience anything like that man did.”

“The amount of personal + social unawareness Logan Paul has displayed in THAT video is mind blowing to me. How could one w such power and influence have the audacity to put something so thoughtless online?” asked singer Rebecca Black.

“You have potentially intensified an entire family’s grief beyond measure.”

And as usual, Twitter person Pixelated Boat said what we were all thinking, tweeting:

“Logan Paul is clearly a psychopath, but so is everyone else who recreationally watches YouTube videos.”

Folks, let’s make 2018 the year we stop watching terrible people ruin lives for recreation.

We kid. It’s important to watch the evening news sometimes.

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Joy-Anna Duggar: Posting Old Baby Bump Pics to Fool Due Date Skeptics?!

Joy-Anna Duggar and Austin Forsyth are expecting … but the time frame in which they’re expecting continues to spark great speculation.

While it’s plausible – albeit unlikely – for her to have conceived since (or on) her wedding day, a lot of fans aren’t buying that scenario.

Austin and Joy stunned Duggar Nation three months after their May 26 wedding by announcing that she’s expecting their first child.

The sheer size of Joy-Anna Duggar’s baby bump – not to mention preexisting rumors of broken courtship rules – raised eyebrows.

Could they have engaged in premarital sex and rushed to the altar, shotgun wedding style, as a means of covering their tracks?

Since the big reveal, the couple obviously hasn’t addressed rumors that the future Baby Forsyth was conceived out of wedlock.

This week, however, Joy-Anna Duggar and her husband posted an update on her pregnancy on their joint Instagram account.

(No, Joy doesn’t have her own account, a minor but still intriguing point of contention worthy of its own article sometime soon.)

The 19-year-old Duggar and her new husband posted the above image of her bump while segueing into their anti-abortion views.

“Can’t wait to meet our baby! I got to feel it kick for the first time a few days ago,” she wrote as her caption, adding controversially:

“Soooooo amazing!!! It’s already about the size of a bell pepper and weighs around half a pound!!! #childrenareagiftfromGod #westandforlife.”

Pro-life discussion aside, the real controversy has once again become the bump photo, which some fans are certain is an older image.

One passed off subtly but intentionally, they say.

“This is an old picture,” one Duggar fan stated.

“It was the first picture they used to announce her pregnancy. Unless she is having twins, she is way too big for her dates to match.”

Some also felt that on top of the (allegedly) old photo, Joy’s quote about the baby being bell-pepper-sized and kicking was more subterfuge.

This would put the unborn child around 18 weeks, according to experts, when it begins to flex its arms and legs and increase movement.

The 18-week range would be consistent with wedding night conception (18 weeks and four days ago) and a late February due date.

Obviously, whether she conceived earlier than their wedding night wouldn’t be as big a deal with many couples as it is in their families.

There, it is a huge deal.

It’s unclear if they put as much thought into this as we’re theorizing, but if it was their way of subtly trying to quash rumors, well played.

If you watch Counting On Online, you know recent episodes have focused on Joy-Anna’s wedding planning and pre-wedding activities.

In one installment, the soon-to-be-spouses were perusing a property that was to become their first home together after the ceremony.

In turn, some fans felt the baggy clothing Joy-Anna wore for the occasion was purposely chosen with the goal of hiding a baby bump.

Not the kind of thing we can prove, and definitely not the kind of thing the Duggars would ever address directly, but fans had a field day.

That small bump, after all, gave way to Joy-Anna’s huge baby bump – and the controversy that came with it – just a couple of weeks later

Are we looking at Joy-Anna’s trickery exposed?

Maybe, maybe not, but we’ll tell you this:

No bell-pepper style hints are going to quell the rumors or cease the chatter … especially not if she keeps trying to re-use old pics.

Come on, Joy. Armchair Duggar investigators are pretty sophisticated in this day and age with their Zapruder-film level analysis.

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Jill Duggar: SLAMMED By Fans For Posting Bizarre Photo of Son

Jill Duggar is no stranger to criticism.

The first Duggar daughter to get married and start a family of her own, Jill has taken considerable flak for the unortohodox fashion in which she and her husband, Derick Dillard, have chosen to raise their children.

Much of the uproar surrounds the missionary work that Jill and Derick have performed in El Salvador.

It seems like a strange source of controversy — after all, who could get upset about a young couple helping the less fortunate? — but Jill and Derick weren’t entirely truthful about their time in Central America, and their deceptions may have put many at risk, including their own children.

Jill and Derick were never licensed missionaries, which means they were never trained for life in an impoverished village.

Taking young children along on such an excursion is risky under any circumstances, but it’s especially dangerous without proper training.

Add to that the fact that Jill and Derick ignored Zika virus warnings and got pregnant with their second child shortly after returning o the States, and it’s not hard to see why fans often call the young couple’s responsibility into question.

The latest controversial move by Jill and Derick pales in comprison to their actions in Central America, but nonetheless, it’s being taken by many as evidence that the young parents are in over their heads.

It has to do with the seeming innocuous photo above.

Jill posted it to her Instagram page over the weekend, with a caption reading: 

“We had such a great time at our friend’s place the other day @farmlandadventures Thanks for having us out!”

In other posts, Jill indicated that the children enjyed a petting zoo, a hay ride, and a walk through a corn maze.

And how could anyone take issue with such an innocent day of family fun?

Well, believe it or not, the complaints have to do with the tortilla in young Israel’s hand.

It seems on-lookers who witnessed the Dillard’s family day noticed that the tortilla was frequently placed on baby Samuel’s head, presumably in order to pervent sunburn.

Upon hearing this, some fans criticized Jill for forcing her son to wear food on his head instead of a hat, while others applauded her for improvising.

“No, you can’t find a baby hat on a farm but you can use common sense and be prepared. When you take 2 babies out for the day in the open when it’s obviously very warm and sunny, you pack hats hats and sunscreen, warm clothes in case the weather turns, even if you don’t end up needing them,” wrote one irate fan.

“Sorry but a tortilla? Really? Imagine how hot that would get, his head would be fried.

Another pointed out that this is far from the first instance in which Jill has demonstrated questionable parenting habits:

“She also thinks that feeding a growing and active toddler cold tomato sauce right out of the can is appropriate. There are pictures of that, too – not just one time but at least on two separate occasions,” the commenter wrote.

“That’s why I said she’s not the brightest bulb. She thinks that people won’t notice abuse and neglect – or she thinks that because she’s a DUGGAR!”

Far be it for us to defend Jill, as we agree that some made some highly dubious decisions in the years since she became a mom, but this situation seems more than a bit overblown.

Folks, let’s save our torilla related outrage for the times when they fall apart, spilling the contents of out Cheesy Gorditas into our laps.

Watch Counting On online for more from reality TV’s most famous family.

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