Kailyn Lowry Thanks Jenelle Evans for Burning Her Haircare Product Gift as Feud Continues

AceShowbizKailyn Lowry has opened up about the time when her longtime rival Jenelle Evans set her Pothead haircare products gift on fire. Instead of getting mad at it, the reality TV star is actually grateful for what her “Teen Mom 2” co-star did and isn’t surprised in the slightest bit that Jenelle would do something like that.

“I knew this was going to happen. I called it,” she shared on her “Coffee Convos” podcast with Lindsie Chrisley. “I told the producers this was going to happen and I said I don’t care what she does with the products. I’m going to send her a PR box of Pothead anyway.”

Even though Kailyn fully knew her gifts would not be received well by Jenelle, she didn’t expect her to actually post a video of her burning the gifts. The blonde MTV personality added, “I didn’t know she was going to post a video of her lighting them on fire. I just knew David [Eason] would either use them as target practice or Jenelle would have lit them on fire.”

Kailyn went on saying that she was actually thankful that Jenelle did something like that, because she ended up almost selling out the haircare product. She was even willing to send more to Jenelle. “I want to say thank you because I did almost sell out of my products that day with sales. So thank you so much Jenelle,” she said. “I do appreciate you and if you want more just let me know or you can go to potheadhair.com.”

Jenelle and Kailyn used to be close friends in the early season of “Teen Mom 2”, but all of that changed after the former threw shade at the “Pride Over Pity” author for her decision to undergo a Brazilian butt lift in 2016. From that point, things were never the same for them.

When asked if there was any chance for them to rekindle their friendship, Kailyn told Us Weekly, “I don’t think that it will ever get back to than but I don’t really think about her on a day-to-day basis. I’m not really worried about becoming friends with her again.”

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