Teen Mom Jenelle Evans says she's a 'cancel culture' victim after FIRING from podcast for 'homophobic & racist' remarks
TEEN Mom 2 alum Jenelle Evans said she's a "cancel culture" victim after she FIRED from her podcast.
The 29-year-old was recently fired from her podcast Girl S**t for making "homophobic and racist" remarks.
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The couple was denied entry to the launch party event in Chatanooga, Tennessee for the podcast.
After they weren't let into the bash, Jenelle shared why she believes she is no longer part of the podcast.
While sitting with her husband David Eason, Jenelle said in a clip exclusively obtained by The Sun: "There's a big hate group and there's a hate campaign against me trying to sabotage my name in any way they can.
"They tried to ruin my promotional deals and along with that, they tried to ruin everything- every new project I have."
After adding she's a victim of "cancel culture," the Teen Mom 2 alum continued to address why she's no longer on the podcast.
She said: "This is why it's happening. I might have to step away as a cast member, but I'm planning to still be a producer.
"Hopefully we can keep it that way. I don't know right now because, obviously, I wasn't allowed into the event, but it's all good."
The fired Teen Mom 2 star said: "I got to see my fans and they're all happy. I took pictures with them and they're really excited I came and they were waiting for my arrival, so it's really important for me to connect with those people.
"I'm not gonna continue with the podcast, that's fine.
"But if I can connect with my fans, that's all I care about and I will continue by myself or with or without them."
The controversial couple share four-year-old daughter Ensley together, while the former reality star is also the mother to Jace, 11, and Kaiser, six.
After Jenelle wasn't let into the party, she posted a TikTok at a restaurant in response to a fan who asked why she had deleted a video she's posted promoting Girl S**t.
The MTV alum told fans: "You know the cancel culture s**t, that's basically why.
"So I'm going to sip this drink – oh s**t I'm out – and you guys enjoy yourself at the party."
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She added: "I hope you're having a great time, because none of you are talking to each other."
The mother-of-three captioned the clip, "I’m just a producer… don’t ask me," in reference to the fan's question.
The Teen Mom star also said she will reveal exactly what happened with the podcast on her YouTube channel, saying: "Story time will be coming soon to YouTube."
The Girl S**t TV Instagram account announced earlier that day on their Instagram Stories: "Due to unforeseen circumstances, Jenelle Evans will not be attending tonight.
"We will welcome you and your plus one to come and enjoy yourselves with the cast!!"
Jenelle first began promoting the podcast earlier this week alongside 90 Day Fiance star Deavan Clegg and a host of influencers.
Her apparent firing comes two years after Jenelle was fired from Teen Mom 2 in 2019 because David shot and killed her French bulldog, Nugget.
David claimed he killed her pet after he allegedly nipped at Ensley's face.
The shooting prompted Child Protective Services to temporarily remove their children from their care.
The controversial reality star was later fired from Teen Mom 2 in 2018 after launching a "homophobic" Twitter rant where he compared members of the LGBTQ+ community to dogs.
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