The stars of MTV’s Teen Mom are used to dealing with major drama from the men they share their children with. Many of the show’s stars, such as Maci Bookout, Chelsea Houska, Jenelle Evans, Amber Portwood, Kailyn Lowry, and Briana DeJesus, have dealt with baby daddy drama. However, this time around, it’s Leah Messer’s ex-husband, Jeremy Calvert, that is speaking out in criticism about the show and its stars.
According to The Ashley’s Reality Roundup, Leah Messer’s second ex-husband, Jeremy Calvert, took to his social media account recently to reveal his thoughts on the Teen Mom franchise, and the women who star on the reality series. Jeremy told his followers on Instagram that none of the stars of the show are actually famous for doing anything of worth. Calvert, who is the father of Messer’s youngest daughter, Addie, went on to say that none of them sing, play a sport, or anything with any entertainment value.
Of course, one Teen Mom fan pointed out that Jeremy also receives a check from MTV for his random appearances on the show. While Calvert didn’t deny getting paid by the network, he did defend himself by saying that he doesn’t need Teen Mom money to pay his bills and he “never will.” As many fans know, Jeremy works on pipeline, and if often traveling for his job.
Meanwhile, Calvert also went on a rant about the amount of women who try to slide into his DM’s on Instagram. Jeremy called the women “thirsty,” and revealed that many of the ladies who message him on the social media site have boyfriends, are engaged, or even married. Some of them even have children and families of their own.
Jeremy’s rant was filled with profanity, and left many fans torn. Some Teen Mom 2 viewers sided against Jeremy, calling him out for slamming the stars of the show when he makes money as well. Others totally agreed with his comments, saying that the women are way too famous for what they bring to the table.
What are your thoughts on Teen Mom 2 dad Jeremy Calvert’s comments about the stars of the reality series?
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