Teen Mom fans attack Jenelle Evans for ‘praying for Nashville’ when she ‘doesn’t even live there’ – The Sun

Teen Mom fans attack Jenelle Evans for ‘praying for Nashville’ when she ‘doesn’t even live there’ – The Sun

TEEN Mom fans attacked Jenelle Evans for "praying for Nashville" when she "doesn't even live there".

Yesterday, multiple tornadoes struck central Tennessee, killing at least 24 people as it swept through several counties.

After the news broke, millions of celebrities offered their concern and well wishes – including Teen Mom star Jenelle Evans.

She wrote on Twitter, "#PrayForNashville" with a sad face, a tornado emoji and a broken heart.

However, many fans slammed her on Instagram, with some criticizing her because she doesn't live in Nashville.

One person said: "Your not even from Nashville to begin with My Homie [rapper] Jason Deford aka @JellyRoll615 born in and raised in Antioch, Tennessee My Heart goes out him and his Family but @omgitsbunnie tweeted that there okay she's not even in Tennesse right place where she lives she won't be affected"

Another added: "I have family that live just outside Nashville. My prayers are with them and everyone else there. Worried about them. Your back on the land and far from TN. You should be worried about your kids and animals…"

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But others jumped to Jenelle's defense, with one person saying: "The people that are not worried about the fact a lot of lives were lost and people lost their homes is concerning this generation does not care if it has nothing to do with celebrities so I know the people that I will help and won’t in a crisis"

A second said: "The comments here are just plain rude and stupid…. Grow up already peeps"

Jenelle lived in Nashville briefly after splitting up with David Eason, but appears to have since moved back to North Carolina.

The controversial Teen Mom star has been thrown back into the spotlight recently after getting back together with ex-husband David.

She was kicked off the MTV show after he shot and killed the family dog Nugget for nipping their daughter Ensley, three.

Child Protective Services also temporarily removed the children from their care.

Although the Columbus County Sheriff’s Office in North Carolina investigated the incident, no criminal charges were brought against David.

They were slammed for getting another puppy earlier this week, Junior, before David shared a video of their daughter being rough with the pup.

In the videos posted on the former Teen Mom 2 dad’s Instagram page, Ensley had her hands around Junior’s head as she hugged the pooch.

In one clip, she pulled the dog's ear back, as the puppy appeared uncomfortable.

David captioned the videos: “Dogs are meant to be loved on, kissed in the face and tolerant of children's behavior. Junior is such a gentle, loving boy like all dogs should be!”

Followers slammed David for the videos and caption.

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