Jenelle Evans is no stranger to criticism and cruel comments, but death threats don’t come as often. Jenelle recently took to Instagram to share the latest cruel death threat she received from an online troll.
She shared a picture of the message with no caption and no voice over.
The message from the troll said:
“Are you dead yet? God I wish you were dead”
“I absolutely hate you”
“I really think you are the most disgusting human!”
A little while later, Jenelle shared another message. This time it was a positive one from a fan.
“Just gotta say I actually am a huge fan of you and to be honest, David. Love your videos and how genuine I think you are and just how damn far you have come”
The message continued:
“Good luck with everything health wise. So proud to be a fan of yours.”
Jenelle later posted a video on Instagram sharing her thoughts about the trolls comments.
“So yeah that post from last night, that message that was sent to me, that hateful message, yeah some of y’all boggle my mind that you really messaged someone that, but your bio says “teacher”. “
“Like I hope you’re not teaching anyone I know because…”
At the end of the video, she shook her head in disgust.
Jenelle has been receiving more death threats since Teen Mom 2 was released on Netflix and more people have watched the show.
She has shared some of the previous ones too:
“You’re literally the biggest piece of s*** I have ever watched on TV, f***ing junkie you are literally the definition of a mom that someone should never have,” the person wrote. “You deserved the worst life could possibly offer you. You f***ing scumbag, what made you think it was a good idea to have more kids?”
“I wish relapse on you. You deserve to f***ing die,”
Jenelle has said in the past that she really just wants people to know how much she has changed and grown up since the earlier episodes of the show. She wants people to realize she is not the same person she used to be and she’s trying to be better.
She has previously said:
“A lot of you are DMing me hateful messages and it’s highly unnecessary. The stuff that was aired was edited and it was a long time ago. I’ve grown a lot since then as a person and my family is doing just fine,”
“So instead of hating on me, let’s just laugh at it, love back, reminisce and forget. Thanks.”
We wish Jenelle luck and agree that if you have nothing nice to say then you should say nothing at all.