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Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry claps back at troll after star is told she ‘CAN’T get her baby daddies to stay’


KAILYN Lowry shot back at haters who slammed her for running through three baby daddies after two breakups and one divorce.

The Teen Mom 2 star has battled with her exes for years over custody agreements and co-parenting decisions.

TikTok / Kailyn Lowry

Kailyn joked about having ‘two baby daddies and an ex-husband’[/caption]

TikTok / Kailyn Lowry

She bragged about not being ‘the second’ baby mama[/caption]

TikTok / Kailyn Lowry

Fans roasted her in the comments[/caption]

Kailyn, 29, took to TikTok on Friday to make a parody about the fathers of her sons.

The reality star posed with her hand under her chin and filmed herself selfie-style as she bobbed her head back and forth.

As she adjusted her hair on camera and took a sip from a water bottle, words appeared on the screen, reading: “I mayyyyy have 2 baby daddies and an ex husband.”

A few seconds later, smaller words popped up underneath that said: “But I will never be the second baby mama,” which she finished off with a kiss emoji.

Fans seized the opportunity to troll Kailyn in the comments for various topics surrounding her failed relationships, and one, in particular, claimed she “can’t keep” men around.

“All these baby daddies and can’t get one of them to stay,” one ripped, alongside a laughing emoji.

However, the mother of four was not amused as she shot back: “If they were worth keeping I’d still have them.”


Kailyn’s clip has followed years of discord between the young mom and the fathers of her kids.

The TV personality shares her son Isaac, 11, with her ex Jo Rivera, her son Lincoln, eight, with her ex-husband Javi Marroquin, and her youngest Lux, four, and Creed, one, with her ex Chris Lopez.

Over the last several years, the MTV star has battled relentlessly against Chris, and the two continue to shade each other regularly on social media.

Earlier this week, the father of two hopped on Instagram Live to answer fan questions about his role in the upcoming Teen Mom season.


The fan account @teenmomchatter re-shared a clip from the video, in which he said: “I don’t want y’all to get on here and think I joined the show and I’m going on there to bash anybody.

“Nah honestly, I literally just talk with bro. Me and bro be on there and we just chat about what’s going on in my life,” he explained.

Later, after one fan asked: “Are you filming with your kids at all?” Chris replied: “I told y’all I was told I can’t, somebody told me I can’t film with my kids.

“So I’m not filming with my kids,” he claimed.

Last weekend, the young father continued the feud as he shaded his ex in a savage Instagram post.


Chris shared a photo collage of his son Lux as the little boy showed off his new haircut and braids.

He captioned the post: “I can get the kids right too,” alluding to previous comments made by Kailyn, 29.


At the beginning of November, Kailyn appeared to be bashing Chris’ new baby mama in the latest episode of her podcast, Baby Mamas No Drama.

She said: “I do not want to deal with cheating, lying, wondering what you’re doing with your baby mama.

“I don’t want to get to know your baby mama. I don’t care about your baby mama.

She added: “I don’t want to be involved, I don’t want s**t to do with it.”

The TV star hinted at Chris’ new girlfriend, who is said to be pregnant with his third child when she said: “And there’s one that I do not give a f**k about at all.”

She continued: “All I want is for you to be good to my kids.

“I don’t want to know you, I’ve never met you, I don’t want to meet you, just be good to my kids and you will not hear a word from me.”

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Kailyn has four sons with three different fathers[/caption]


She shares her oldest child with her high school ex Jo[/caption]


Kailyn and her most recent baby daddy Chris have fought over co-parenting decisions[/caption]

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