Teen Mom star Catelynn Lowell may not have filmed the show with Jenelle Evans, but the two have exchanged words several times. The two girls have not hung out as friends outside of the show, and yet, there have been opinions shared on social media networks, including Twitter.
And while these girls have exchanged words, Catelynn is now coming to Jenelle’s defense as if they were the best of friends. Evans recently gave birth to her second son, and since Catelynn is pregnant with her second child, Lowell may feel her MTV co-star needs the extra support.
According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report, Teen Mom star Catelynn Lowell is now coming to her co-star’s defense as Catelynn is tired of seeing the negative comments on her social media pages.
“Ppl need to step off of [Jenelle],” Catelynn wrote on Twitter, adding, “She has come a LONG way instead of bashing her uplift her 4 the good she’s doing! #Quitbullying.”
— Catelynn (@CatelynnLowell) August 31, 2014
Jenelle apparently really appreciated the gesture, as she was quick to write back. These two may not speak on a regular basis, but fellow support from MTV star Catelynn Lowell could mean a lot these days, as she is a new mother.
“Thanks so much girl! I just learned to ignore ignore ignore! That’s the number 1 rule to twitter lmao,” Evans replied.
Earlier this year, Catelynn Lowell and her boyfriend Tyler announced that they were expecting a child together. They later announced that it was a girl. This is the second child for Catelynn and Tyler. They gave up their first daughter for adoption, something which was covered by MTV extensively.
According to The Inquisitr, this adoption really influenced both Catelynn Lowell and her boyfriend. After the suicide of Robin Williams, Lowell announced that she herself had battled a dark depression. Before getting pregnant, she was taking drugs to help her get through those dark times.
Perhaps, Catelynn wants people to back off Evans, so she doesn’t start feeling depressed thanks to the negative comments she gets on social media. Catelynn may not have thick skin like her MTV co-star, but one can imagine that it isn’t comforting to read people’s opinions about you online. Lowell was quick to speak out after her support, calling some of her followers a joke.
Wow some people are a joke
— Catelynn (@CatelynnLowell) September 1, 2014
Are you surprised that Catelynn Lowell is supporting her co-star, even though the two girls have had a rough friendship?