Teen Mom stars are typically able to find just about any reason to fight, because it makes for great television drama. Many of the cast members went on to achieve some kind of fame and success. Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry is always at the center of fans’ criticism for one thing or the other.

Kailyn gets occasionally dragged for throwing shade at her baby daddies. She has been roasted for her comments on literally anything, and most recently – birds. Now a Reddit user has highlighted Kailyn’s comment on Khloe Kardashian’s Instagram post to kick off a Reddit discussion.

The headline of the discussion read: Kail commenting on Khloe K’s Instagram post. A Redditor said: “Oh shoot i forgot to add my ‘body text’ which was going to be exactly what you said. I was going to say ‘ is she comparing Tristan to Chris or Tristan to javi’”

Another stated: “Maybe she relates to her. She may compare Chris to Tristan. But let’s face it what Tristan did to Khole was way worse then what Chris did to Kail.”


A third person chimed in, saying: “Not a jab or a props for either of them – but I’ve been betrayed way more by people I thought were in my corner than enemies. I look at it as you can’t really get betrayed by enemies because you already kinda expect it 🤷🏻‍♀️”

Most recently Khloe was trending on Twitter and it was because of her weird “lizard” hands. She posted four pictures with the caption: “Betrayal rarely comes from your enemies” on Twitter. Fans relentlessly dragged out her hands in memes, trolls and whatnot.

The Reddit thread is attached with this article along with the Instagram post from the discussion. Some of the top comments from the thread are also provided below.

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