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Jenelle Evans & David Eason RIP Co-Star Leah Over Daughter’s Makeup In Epic Rant

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Jan. 4 2019, Updated 10:22 a.m. ET

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It’s war! After David Eason slammed Leah Messer for allowing her 8-year-old daughter to wear makeup at a cheerleading competition, Jenelle Evans came to her husband’s defense in a heated rant. Click through to go inside the epic Teen Mom 2 feud!

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The drama started when Eason commented on a photo of Messer’s daughter Aleeah, “I can’t believe Corey would allow her to wear that much makeup.”

Messer fired back on Twitter, “I take opinions lightly cause I don’t give a fuuuu. Especially, if you’re irrelevant to my life.” Her co-star Kailyn Lowry came to her defense. “David, take that energy you have on IG and put it towards something else like your own kids.” Messer retweeted the message.

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The backlash only fueled Eason more, as he continued to rip his co-star. “I’ve never been on drugs and have full custody of all my children,” he claimed. “Can’t say so much for Leah after losing her twins while she was on drugs. She got lucky they didn’t keep her kids like they did Jenelle, especially since Leah is still strung out.” As readers know, Messer lost primary custody of her twin daughters Aleeah and Ali to ex-husband Corey Simms in 2015 amid rumors she was abusing drugs. They eventually agreed to joint custody.

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Then, Eason’s wife came to his defense in a series of Instagram story videos. “David went to Leah’s Instagram account and commented on her daughter’s cheerleading makeup,” she said during the tirade. “To me it looks pretty heavy, to my friends it looked heavy, so David was the only one who commented on it. He commented on some cheerleading makeup, and you guys are sending him death threats. Do you understand how wrong that is?”

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She continued, “He doesn’t hate Leah, but when you go on someone’s podcast talking pure s**t… people don’t forget that Leah. What are you going to do about it? So sorry if my husband got on your account and commented. Maybe you should block him or delete him. Then you won’t see his comments anymore. Problem solved.”

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She ended the rant with, “David never said he was against makeup at all, he was just saying she had way too much on. That contouring was like there!”

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At the Teen Mom 2 reunion in October, Eason pulled out a knife to pop balloons. “My friend was terrified,” Messer said on Lowry’s podcast Coffee Convos with Lindsie Chrisley. “She was right there and she thought one of the producers was going to get stabbed in the face, which is not ok. I don’t even remember if it was because they were not serving any more alcohol or… but we were there for work! You can have a few drinks socially, but it’s not that appropriate.”

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Evans responded at the time, “Hey @TM2LeahDawn, last time I recalled the kids weren’t at the New Year's party we were ‘working at.’ Stop being so dramatic. My name or my husband’s should never come out of your mouth, but for a podcast and ratings?! Of course. #Fake.”

As readers know, Eason was fired from Teen Mom 2 because he posted a photo of his wife holding a rifle moments after the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting that left 17 dead. When he received backlash, he made homophobic comments.

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