Teen Mom Jenelle Evans hints to 'doing shrooms' in a new TikTok as the reality star shows off her new face mask

TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans hinted to "doing shrooms" in a new TikTok as the former reality star showed off her new face mask.

Previously, Jenelle was quick to defend her husband, David Eason, after he was accused of being "homophobic."

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The 29-year-old took to the video sharing platform to post a clip of herself wearing a face mask with colorful shrooms printed on it.

Jenelle, who also wore cap in the clip, wrote: "About to go into the doctor's office. Hope they like my mask."

She also captioned the video: "Who likes mushrooms?"

Plenty of people were quick to comment, as one person asked the former MTV star: "OK, but have you ever done shrooms?"


"What do you think?" Jenelle replied, adding a smirking face emoji.

Jenelle also revealed that David "got me this mask for my birthday."

The mother of three has recently found herself having to defend her husband, as she stood up for him after he was accused of being "homophobic."


She exclusively told The Sun: "David has nothing against gay people, or trans people. He'd just rather not hang out with them."

However, Jenelle added that he's always "nice and respectful" when he has been around the LGBTQ community in social situations.

Back in 2018, David was booted by MTV after he posted tweets many fans found offensive and hateful toward the LGBTQ community.

At the time, a fan asked David, "Are you going to teach your children to hate gay and transgender people?"

He responded: "No, I'm going to teach them not to associate with them or be that way. If you lay down with dogs you get up with fleas."

Jenelle continued and said the comments that got him thrown off Teen Mom 2 were "blown out of proportion."

She explained: "It was a question about his parenting. The question was about if he wanted his children around a certain type of people, and he was like, 'I'd rather them not.'"

Jenelle also previously defended David's comments and behavior many fans deemed racist, including his argument that using the n-word is not offensive.

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