Javi Marroquin has slammed his ex-wife Kailyn Lowry after she trashed their marriage in her new book, A Letter of Love. The Teen Mom 2 dad ranted on Twitter Saturday, September 22, responding to an article on The Ashley's Reality Roundup about Lowry writing in her book that she knew she would regret their marriage.
“I’m really getting sick and tired of reading this s–t. Forreal,” Marroquin, 25, responded. “The only reason she says this is to seek validation from her new relationship and convince herself its ok. I’m getting fed up with this. I didn’t sign anything to use my name. Maybe I should get my attorney too.”
The reality star who split from Lowry in May 2016 and is the father of her son Lincoln, 4, continued, “For someone who claims and tells me to get out of her ‘story’ she sure does continue to write about and talk about me all the time. Podcasts..books.”
Lowry, 26, is also mother to sons Isaac, 8, with ex-boyfriend Jo Rivera, and Lux, 1, with ex-beau Chris Lopez.
In another tweet, Marroquin asked, "Who tf would write that in a book dedicated to your children. Regardless of how our marriage ended stop lying and trying to convince yourself what you did was ok. Forreal I really don’t wanna come on here and spill tea because we’re past that forreal.”
When another Twitter user brought up the impact of the reality star’s actions on their boy Lincoln, Marroquin agreed, writing, “Forreal! He’s already behind the curve cause his parents didn’t work out then to read it? Nah I will make sure anything about me is out of that book.”
Lowry has tweeted about her brief marriage to Marroquin, "I was young and ignored red flags apparently. What most would call desperate.”
Marroquin clapped back on Twitter, writing, “Stop tweeting about me. Stop seeking validation. Move on, please. Like, we’re grown now … That’s for the birds.”
He later deleted his tweet because, "I don’t need to be looking for validation from social media.” Lowry has even mused about possibly moving away from Marroquin's Delaware town, which could make things difficult as they co-parent Lincoln.
As RadarOnline.com has exclusively reported, last year, Lowry ditched the idea of doing a joint tell-all book with Marroquin.
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