Let's say you're Teen Mom Jenelle Evans, and you just went through the horrible experience of having a miscarriage. Worse, some people are calling you a liar because they think you made up the entire pregnancy for publicity. Would you go to a bar with your ex-fiance mere hours after you've been released from the hospital? Jenelle did. On January 25, the troubled reality star had a miscarriage, then met up with Gary Head at some "weird ass" bar.
Well, first they met at a Waffle House, then headed to the bar where Gary was working, so I guess the true timeline reads something like: have miscarriage, eat waffles, go to bar.
For the record, Jenelle says she wasn't drinking. Also for the record, Jenelle says they had to leave the bar because someone was threatening to taze her.
Here's the thing. If everyone thought I'd faked a miscarriage for publicity, I don't think I'd go out the night I was released from the hospital. Even if I was in the right head-space to hit up a bar and release some pent-up energy after what I can imagine was a harrowing and traumatic experience, I don't think I would, if only because I wouldn't want non-believers to use it against me.
Because, let's be real, it doesn't exactly seem like something someone would do after they just lost a baby. Going to a bar with friends is what most people do when they're in a good mood or are feeling celebratory -- it's not something most people do after a hospital stay and a spontaneous end to a pregnancy.
Naturally, Jenelle doesn't see anything wrong with it, and tweeted "Bye, Twitter" to those who gave her a hard time about her behavior.
I'm not saying she faked her pregnancy, I'm just saying that her post-miscarriage outings certainly make it seem like she did.
What do you think?
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