Jenelle Evans’ ex-boyfriend, Nathan Griffith, got dissed by the “Teen Mom” star’s new beau, David Eason.
In Touch Weekly reported about the feud, where fans were quick to take sides between the men in the reality star’s life.
A parody Instagram account for Barbara Evans, the controversial mother of Jenelle Evans, uploaded a photo earlier this week. The image is supposedly the beach-themed Christmas tree of Nathan Griffith and his new girlfriend, Jessica Henry, complete with floaters for tree ornaments, a beach ball, sand and foldable lounge chairs.
“Nathan and his girlfriend have a beach-themed Christmas tree!” the caption read. “Cleaning the sand out of the carpet is going to be a mothah!”
David Eason, who is currently dating Jenelle Evans, scoffed at Nathan Griffith’s tacky holiday decorations by commenting on the said Instagram post.
“I remember the first time I saw the ocean,” the sarcastic comment said. “Haha… what a dipsh*t.”
Followers also commented on the said Instagram post to agree with David Eason.
“I don’t think I’ve ever seen a worse Christmas display in my life,” one commenter said.
“I saw it the other day and just stared…how do you even come up with this,” another follower said.
However, some followers who saw the comment said it was probably just Jenelle Evans dissing Nathan Griffith using David Eason’s account. The ex-couple’s relationship problems have long been documented in “Teen Mom.”
“You’re the dipsh*t commenting from your di*k of the weeks Facebook trying to put down Nathan,” said a fan. “Get over it, Jenelle! Nathan doesn’t want you! He’s found a sweet girl not an abusing nut case like you.”
Radar Online recently reported that Jenelle Evans will soon be facing Nathan Griffith’s new girlfriend in court, The trial is for an assault incident earlier this year, wherein the MTV star allegedly threw a glass at Jessica Henry at the latter’s home in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Legal representatives of the “Teen Mom” cast member said that Jenelle Evans’ assault case will have a jury trial.
“The case will automatically come to jury court,” an insider explained. “A notice will be sent to [Jenelle and her attorney] in the mail notifying them of the date of the trial. It will be sometime next year.”