TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans said she is "avoiding work and everything" after a fan told her to "go take care of your kids."
The former reality star previously hit back at claims she is not there for her three children.
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Jenelle took to TikTok to share a video of herself doing various things, including making funny faces at her phone, drinking from a mug, and looking at nail polish.
She captioned it: "Procrastination at its finestttt. Avoiding work, [sic] avoding makeup, avoiding everything."
Fans were quick to comment, as one person asked: "I didn't know you were working! What do you do?"
The ex MTV star was quick to respond: "Social media stuff."
She answered a similar inquiry with: "I work at home but always wanting to just go out in my pool… hate doing my makeup."
Jenelle's "procrastination" comes after she took to the video sharing platform to lash out at her critics who claimed she is not doing a good job being a mom.
While replying to comments from fans on TikTok, one person said: “Go take care of your kids.”
Jenelle argued that “it’s break time” before taking a sip of her beer.
She wasn’t done addressing the user, as the Teen Mom 2 alum continued: “But like why you so sour? What you sour for?”
While holding her beer in one hand, Jenelle added: “See, people like you, they get pissed off at me for like no apparent reason. Y’all need to take a chill pill.
“If someone upsets you from their channel, page, profile, just keep scrolling.
“Keep scrolling, cause I guarantee you you don’t know me personally enough to know when I wipe my child’s a** or when I wipe my a**.”
Jenelle concluded: “I don’t think I need to say anymore because my followers will probably tell you.”
The former TV star is married to fellow controversial star David Eason, 33, and they they share 4-year-old daughter Ensley together.
Additionally, she is the mother to 11-year-old son Jace with ex Andrew Lewis and 6-year-old son Kaiser with ex Nathan Griffith.
Jenelle also a stepmom to David's 13-year-old daughter, Maryssa.
She was recently bashed as fans believed she snubbed Maryssa in a new video created in honor of her children.
Previously, the teen also raised concerns when she posted an emotional picture about feeling "bruised" but not "broken."
On Instagram, she wrote: "I stopped venting and started praying cause I don't need sympathy.
"I need strength- bruised but not broken."
The post has since been deleted.
Earlier this month, Maryssa graduated from middle school and her father praised her as "beautiful and smart" on TikTok.
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