Jenelle Evans is one of those people that can easily turn people against her and getting called out on social media doesn’t seem to bother them as it somehow helps their content and posts rank better.
The former Teen Mom 2 participant had been called out several times while she was part of the franchise, now she is not associated with the project but the legacy has continued.
In fact Jenelle herself has claimed that she is the most hated person on the internet, wait, what about Olivia Jade, What about Ellen and what about our 45 year old teen Larsa Pippen. The competition is tough and we cannot really point a finger on one celeb and say they are the most hated one.
By the way if Evans thinks she is the most hated person, imagine how hated her husband would be, for those who don’t know Evans was let go from Teen Mom after her husband David Eason shot the family dog in front of their kids.
Evans’ response to her exit was like opening a Pandora box as she reacted by saying.
“To me, it was kind of weird that they would let me go for my husband’s fault,
“It caught me by surprise because they filmed me on drugs. They filmed me, no lie, nodding out on-camera. They filmed me going to buy marijuana and my director knew I had it in my car."
Trying to explain herself and making an attempt to come out clean, she has convinced her critics that she is a mess.
Not only that, many tabloids classified Jenelle as a compulsive liar.
After listening to everything if you hear her saying “I Quit Drinking, Dude!”, would you believe it, maybe some of you might but then she drops a bomb again, I quit drinking except beer. Its like saying I have turned vegan but pepperoni pizza, why not?
Well talking to an outlet Evans claimed alcohol is out of her life.
“I think growing up I wanted to experiment a lot, like everybody does. I did it a little bit too much but I’m really happy that I overcame that."
While making such claims Jenelle mentioned her medical condition that is forcing her away from alcohol.
“I never really had a problem with alcohol. I have an esophagus problem, it’s esophageal dysmotility. I get spasms in my chest,” she said.
“So certain things can trigger it and liquor is one of them," she added.
"I can’t take shots anymore. I’ll throw up and I won’t stop for hours. Now I just stick to beer. I might have one or two beers a week, or something. But that’s it. I can’t do it anymore; those days are over.”
Ok, so she quit drinking but not beer, its not alcohol that’s causing a health concern but esophageal dysmotility. While she claims she has stopped drinking, her two beers a week makes her claim invalid.