Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry insists her exes 'always come back to her' after throwing shade at Chris Lopez's new baby mama

TEEN Mom Kailyn Lowry told fans that her exes 'always come back' as she continues to butt heads with her youngest boy's father Chris Lopez.

The reality star recently bashed her ex's baby's mother claiming that she doesn't "want to get to know" her or "be involved" in their lives.


Despite her harsh words, Kailyn insisted to her followers that her exes eventually gravitate back towards the star after a break-up.

A Reddit user screenshotted replies that the 29-year-old made in response to fans' comments on a TikTok video she posted.

The inital comment read: "YALL. 1. It's a JOKE. 2. She knows she has three BD's, she's counting them each for their title, so 2 BD's and 1 ex H. Y'all ruin everything. It's a joke."

The mom-of-four was quick to respond writing: "THEY RUIN EVERYTHINGGGGGGGGGG"

A second user's comment alluded towards Kailyn's ex Chris who the MTV star revealed was having another son with another woman.

"Nothing wrong with being second baby mom. He obviously didn't get it right with you," they wrote along with a laughing face emoji.

Kailyn again left her reply writing: "But they always come back"

The Teen Mom 2 star's relationship drama with her children's fathers have been a hot topic on the show.

She's also discussed her co-parenting struggles on her podcast Baby Mamas No Drama.

STAYING OUT OF IT

In a recent episode of the podcast, Kailyn appearingly slammed Chris' baby's mother, shortly after revealing that he was expecting another child.

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, I don't want to be involved, I don't want s**t to do with it."

Kailyn has four sons – Isaac, 11, with Jo Rivera, Lincoln, 7, with Javi Marroquin and Lux, 4, and Creed, 1, with Chris.

Kailyn then proceeded to go through the partners of her baby daddies, telling podcast cohost Vee – who is Jo's wife – that they are "cool".

She implied that she's "not cool at all" with Javi's former partner Lauren Comeau, who she previously claimed had called her a "fat f**k".

And Kailyn appeared to allude to Chris' new girlfriend when she said, "and there's one that I do not give a f**k about at all."

She went on: "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."

Back in September, Kailyn claimed Chris is having another son with another woman.

She wrote on Instagram at the time: “Congratulations to Chris & his new family. So exciting for the boys to have a new sibling to love.”

SLAMMING HATERS

Recently, the young mom shot back at haters who slammed her for running through three baby daddies after two breakups and one divorce.

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

The TV 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."



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