Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry says she's 'NOT sorry' for slamming baby daddy Chris Lopez & Javi Marroquin's ex Lauren Comeau

TEEN Mom star Kailyn Lowry admitted she’s “not sorry” for slamming her baby daddy Chris Lopez and Javi Marroquin's ex Lauren Comeau publicly last week.

The 29-year-old reality star had accused the two of calling her a “fat f**k” and a “fat piece of s**t.”


On the latest episode of Kailyn and Vee Rivera’s Baby Mamas No Drama podcast, the mother-of-four opened up about the latest drama between her and some of her baby daddies.

The drama began when the Teen Mom 2 star posted: "Shout out to Chris & Lauren for calling me a fat f**k, fat POS and told me to get running."

Javi later responded to Kailyn’s claims when he went on Instagram Live, slamming her for bringing up things that happened "months ago."

He added that she needed to "grow up and stop talking about" everyone else.

Kailyn told her co-host Vee that she’s tired of listening to what everyone else has to say about her and letting it affect her.

She shared that she no longer cares and is going to do and say whatever she wants, explaining that she’s entitled to her own feelings and actions.

“The past week for me, I have literally been like, I just want to be in a place where this is what it is, this is my life, these are my choices, no matter how big or small and just not sorry,” Kailyn said. 

The Teen Mom continued: “I don’t wanna be sorry anymore. I’m tired of being sorry for things. 

“What bothers me is I want to be able to say how I feel about something and not be sorry about it.”

Despite all of the extra drama that ensued and backlash she received from others, Kailyn said she’s “so f**king tired and [does] not give a f**k” about it all.

The 29-year-old added: “I do not give a f**k if someone calls me petty. I do not give a f**k if you think that what I’m doing is childish. 

“I do not give a f**k if you do not like what I’m doing. I do not give a f**k if you call me a bitter baby mama. I do not care. This is how I feel, I am not sorry.”

Vee offered her a “round of applause” for standing up for herself and for what she wants.

The approval pushed Kailyn to continue on, demanding that fans and her ex Javi stop telling her what she does is “petty” because she doesn’t say that to them.

“I’m tired of it. Leave me alone,” she said. “I’m gonna do what I’m gonna do, regardless. I don’t care.”

Of the whole ordeal, Kailyn did admit that it got very out of hand, revealing that she didn’t really mean to slam Chris and Lauren, that it was mean more of a “thank you, you motivated me.”

Unfortunately, she said, “it turned into a s**t show…and people took it completely like, ‘Oh, you’re petty, you’re bitter, you’re this, you’re that, it was weeks ago.’”

She continued: “People can have their feelings, that’s fine, but I did go to therapy the next day, and I was like, ‘You know what, I didn’t have to put their names in it.’ 

“I could’ve gotten my point across without saying their names. But, again, I feel how I feel, and they’re entitled to how they feel. But I don’t feel sorry.”

Kailyn added of her ex’s reaction to it all: “Javi was like, ‘Fire your therapist. Fire your publicist.’ I was like, ‘Don’t you go to church?’"

Amid all of the feuding, Kail implied her “cheating” ex Javi and his other baby mama, Lauren, had gotten back together in a cryptic TikTok video.

She captioned the clip: “When he goes back to the one who stays through the cheating.”

The Teen Mom then made a bunch of faces for the camera, looking confused and flabbergasted by the idea in her caption.

“Damn, you did that,” she mouthed along with the song playing in the background, to really seemingly call out her ex.

Fans immediately guessed she was referring to Javi and Lauren, especially after a week of non-stop drama between them all.



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