Chris Lopez Claims Kailyn Lowry's Pregnancy Drama Is 'Fake'

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Sounds like she is way better off without him. After Kailyn Lowry opened up about her pregnancy this week on Teen Mom 2, the father of her unborn child used social media to basically call her, and the show, a fake. Chris Lopez took to Twitter to slam the mother of his child, and we are seriously of the mind that Kail dodged a bullet with this one.

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On the show, Kail had a conversation with her ex Jo Rivera about how she thought she may never be able to get pregnant again. She told Isaac's dad, "I was told I can't carry any more children. I was told I was going to have to go through fertility treatment and IVF. Even now I'm nervous I'm going to have another miscarriage."

Kail had a miscarriage just before she and ex-husband Javi Marroquin split up, and it was basically the downfall of that fragile union, as he blamed her for not staying healthy enough for the baby, because she likes to work out. Exercise doesn't cause miscarriages, just FYI.

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Anyway, Kail also explained that while the pregnancy wasn't planned, it wasn't prevented either. "He knew I wanted a baby," she said. "He's a big boy. He knows how to pull out!"

After the episode aired, Chris hopped on Twitter to let everyone know that he thinks the show is "dumb," and that Kail made up the drama.


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He also added, "Ppl shouldn't talk about things they really don't know about lol." We're pretty sure Kail knows what she's talking about, consider it's her body, her baby, and she was there.

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Kail has been open about raising Baby Lo on her own since she announced the pregnancy, and it doesn't look like Chris is going to step in anytime soon. An insider reported recently that Kail still hopes he'll have a change of heart once the baby is here, but given this bash session on Twitter, we won't hold our breaths.

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