Ugh. I don't care whether you love her or hate her, the fact that Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans' baby bump photo was banned from Facebook is just plain wrong.
After announcing that she was having a baby boy by sharing a photo of her belly with blue paint all over it, she naturally posted the pic to Facebook, just like any expectant mom would do.
And then some jerk went and reported the picture as "nudity" on Facebook, which led to it being taken down off the site.
Nudity? Seriously? Ok, so not all moms-to-be are eager to show off their growing bellies simply because some are too self conscious -- but I just don't understand how anyone can possibly find a baby bump offensive or lewd in any way.
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And in this case, I doubt the person who reported her was appalled by the bump -- he/she simply doesn't particularly care for Jenelle and decided to hit her where it hurts the most. Um, how crappy of a person do you have to be to try and ruin someone's happy news, even if you don't think they're the world's greatest role model?!? Being mean for the sake of being mean is just ... well -- MEAN.
Regardless of anything that's happened in her past, Jenelle seems pretty excited about this baby, so shouldn't she at least be allowed to have her moment?
I know I'd be devastated and so hurt if I proudly showed off my belly and Facebook deemed it to be inappropriate, so I can only imagine how bummed out Jenelle must be right now. Hopefully if she shares yet another pic, people will take a step back and think before reporting her simply for trying to be happy about her pregnancy.
Do you think Jenelle has a right to be upset?
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