Javi Marroquin Slams Briana DeJesus, Confirms Lauren Comeau Relationship!

It can be hard to keep up with Javi Marroquin's turbulent love life.

For example, after months of rumors about Javi getting back together with Kailyn Lowry, the Teen Mom 2 baby daddy threw fans a serious curveball last week:

It seems Javi is back with Lauren Comeau, an ex he broke up with back in the summer of 2017.

No one saw it coming – except, apparently, for Javi, who's already talking about Lauren like she's the one.

He's also tearing apart the haters who dare to doubt his sincerity, a list that seems to include his most infamous ex:

1. The Happy Couple

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Javi and Lauren are officially back together. The couple connected online and then met at the wedding of mutual friends last year.

2. A Long-Distance Affair

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A native of Maine, Lauren currently resides in South Carolina. Javi, of course, is based in Delaware. The distance was one of the causes of the couple’s first split, but it seems there were several other factors, as well.

3. The Harsh Glare of the Spotlight

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Apparently, Lauren isn’t completely thrilled with the secondhand fame that comes with dating a famous reality star.

4. No Fan of Fame

“I’m learning not everyone wants the attention,” Marroquin said when he and Lauren broke up last year. “Dating someone on a TV show is tough. I think Lauren had a hard time adjusting to that and I had a hard time understanding that.”

5. A Lesson In Empathy

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“It was a lot for her and we couldn’t fix it,” he went on. “I learned for my next relationship that I have to put myself in the other person’s shoes.”

6. Briana Drama

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That “next relationship” came quickly, as Javi confirmed he was dating Briana DeJesus just one month after breaking up with Lauren. But that romance turned out to be one of Javi’s most tumultuous yet…

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Amber Rose Slams #MeToo Movement; Does She Have a Point?

Outspoken feminist icon Amber Rose has spoken up about her frustrations with the #MeToo movement.

But unlike other critics of this trend, she's not a man with something to hide who fears that he'll be exposed next.

She's also not one of those thoroughly unwoke women who have been so shaped by the culture that they'll defend predators and shame victims just to feel accepted in the "boys club."

No, Amber has built a reputation based on sex positivity and intersectional awareness for years now.

Fans know her for her famous SlutWalk, and now those same fans are signing up in droves for her mysterious Slutbox, which we'll get to in a minute.

This is a woman who works to reclaim derogatory terms and make them empowering, and make no mistake, she's not condemning anyone for coming forward with their harrowing experiences.

So what is her issue with the #MeToo movement?

It's complicated, but she lays it out clearly …

1. Amber Rose starts by explaining exactly why she’s frustrated

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“With the #MeToo movement,” Amber explains. “It’s kind of very frustrating to me, because all of the sudden feminism became such a mainstream thing … now that white — no shade — white, rich actresses starting coming out and saying ‘me too, me too.'”

2. #MeToo, she says, didn’t say anything that marginalized groups haven’t been saying for decades

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“But what happened to all of us?” Amber continues. “What happened to the strippers and the LGBTQ community and the black girls in college?”

3. Rose touches on a related topic that white Hollywood too often forgets

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“And going past that … black women don’t even make half as much as white women in movies.”

4. She’s right, by the way

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The gender pay gap is real — in Hollywood and in most other industries. But what non-intersectional feminists so often forget to mention is that as white women make less than white men, women of color make even less than white women. It’s heartbreaking.

5. And Amber explains what, sadly, she believes it will take to make that change

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“I really feel like it’s going to take, unfortunately, a white actress to come out and say ‘Hey, black women need to make as much as we do in movies,’ for there to actually be a change.”

6. Amber is exactly right about that, plain and simple

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This isn’t hypothetical. Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer recently revealed that as she and friend Jessica Chastain were talking about the gender pay gap when Octavia mentioned to her that it was even worse for women of color in Hollywood.

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Macaulay Culkin SLAMS Oscars in Epic Twitter Tirade

Macaulay Culkin was apparently home alone on Sunday night.

And bored.

As a result, the actor decided to live-Tweet the Oscars, tossing out one unfunny joke and reference after another.

It was an impressive display of terrible jokes, each perhaps more cringeworthy than the one before… yet all adding up to a Twitter rampage that really should not be missed.

Scroll down for a summation of the actor's very profound and very lame thoughts on the broadcast…

1. Let’s Do This!

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Without even watching the show? This Culkin guy is good.

2. Shade… Thrown!

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At Dustin Diamond, though, so does it really count as shade when everyone agrees?

3. Easy Targets

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We didn’t hear this anywhere else. We think Culkin may have made it up.

4. What Was First?

The world is dying to know.

5. Ramen Time!

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In a tuxedo? Sure, why not?!?

6. Okay, This One is Pretty Funny

But we somehow doubt there will be an Emoji Movie sequel.

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Derick Dillard Continues Attacking Parkland Shooting Survivors, Also Slams Jazz Jennings

Derick Dillard must be going for some kind of world record lately.

If there’s a world record for “most poorly timed, poorly worded, horrifically offensive tweets,” that is.

And hey, if there’s not, maybe Guinness can make a special new category, just for him.

Because seriously, the things he’s been thinking up in his little head and then typing up on Twitter are that bad.

He’s been doing this for a long, long time now: he’ll hop on Twitter, say something super ignorant and/or offensive, act like he said it from a place of love, then tweet some bible verses to get some easy likes.

It’s never really worked out all that well for him — TLC did fire him from Counting On for his tweets about Jazz Jennings (more on that in a bit).

He also made himself extremely unlikable, to the point that even some actual Duggar fans can’t stand him.

But, wouldn’t you know it, he still hasn’t learned.

A few days ago, Derick got quite a bit of criticism for a tweet he made about the Parkland shooting survivors.

As you surely know, 17 people were killed in a school shooting last month in Parkland, Florida, and many of the survivors have been speaking out about the need for stricter gun control laws.

Derick retweeted a story about the subject, writing “This has gotten a little ridiculous; at least 2 networks are now using kids to push their liberal agendas.”

“It’s obviously not all about the kids when voices like @KylieKashuv aren’t as elevated. Liberal Media… at least be consistent so you can hide your biased tactics better.”

It wasn’t great.

He apparently can’t consider the idea that the survivors aren’t kids being used to “push liberal agendas,” they’re people who have their own ideas and who have been through something that he couldn’t imagine.

There have been many, many survivors sharing the same ideas and voicing the same opinions about gun control, because that’s what they believe — why wouldn’t a media outlet cover such a huge story?

After that tweet, Derick got quite a bit of attention, and tried to defend himself, but, well …

It didn’t go as well as he may think it did.

For example, he actually wrote “My heart goes out to the victims, but how does being a victim of a tragedy suddenly make you an expert on how to solve the problem of stopping mass shootings?!”

Because you have to be an expert to believe in something and to voice those beliefs you formed based on a significant experience you had, right?

Someone made an excellent point by responding to his nonsense with “Doesn’t your family use children to push your conservative agenda as well?”

She even added that alarming old photo of a bunch of Duggar kids posing together with t-shirts that read “I Survived Roe Vs. Wade.”

“No,” Derick argued, “because we couldn’t wear those while filming. I’m talking about what the media allows and doesn’t allow.”

Sure, but he’s also talking about using kids to push agendas, which the Duggars have obviously done.

At one point, he even shared a story about his tweet with a headline about how he slammed the survivors — which he definitely did, even if he doesn’t think so.

He tried to correct the headline by explaining “No, I criticized the media’s use of kids again…like @TLC uses Jazz. My heart goes out to the victims, but all ideas should be heard, and subjected to criticism.”

For one, that’s twice that Derick used the phrase “My heart goes out to the victims, but …”, and that’s two times too many.

For two … is he seriously bringing Jazz up AGAIN?!

He first started attacking Jazz, a 17-year-old transgender girl with her own show on TLC, last year, saying that he pitied her “4 those who take advantage of him in order 2 promote their agenda.”

Oh, and he called her a “him” because “‘transgender’ is a myth,” apparently.

Since then, he’s brought her up again and again, out of nowhere, really, and it really does seem like he has some kind of bizarre fixation on her.

In his own defense, when someone advised him to get over the Jazz thing already, he wrote “I was only addressing it because it was brought up again in the article, and I wanted to clarify so people aren’t misled.”

“I agree, I wish people would get over that already.”

Later, he wrote “I seek to live in a way that pleases Jesus Christ. I realize that some people will be turned off by that, but it is actually the norm throughout history.”

“I only want to reflect Christ, and I don’t apologize for that.”

You don’t apologize for anything, huh, Derick?

Even though you really, really should.