TEEN Mom star Kailyn Lowry has exposed a cruel Instagram troll who took a swipe at her lifestyle.
The MTV personality, 28, recently took a swipe at fans who suggested she was “too old” to be on the series.
The mom of four has now been hit by vile suggestions she simply has kids to “make money”, with one keyboard bully cruelly putting their thoughts in a DM to her page.
They wrote: “Trying to understand why you keep having kids by different guys!
“We wonder why kids are so messed and need therapy these days. Good grief!”
In a separate message, she continued her blunt rant and added: “What kind of mom keeps having kids just to make money! I’m so glad I have boys!
“If I was your mom I would not claim your skank a**.”
The troll rounded off her remarks with a suggestion Kailyn, who is a hardcore gym-goer, should lose some weight.
Kail re-posted the words of the online bully to her Instagram Stories – flagging its cruel content to her followers.
She then tagged a positive remark from a follower who claimed she most related to the Pennsylvania native out of all the Teen Mom cast.
Kailyn shares baby Creed, born last July, and three-year-old son Lux with ex partner Chris Lopez.
She also has son Isaac, 10, with ex Jo Rivera and son Lincoln, 6, with former husband Javi Marroquin.
Meanwhile, during the latest episode of her podcast Coffee Convos, Kailyn spoke to co-host Lindsie Chrisley about starring on Teen Mom 2 despite no longer being a teenager.
She admitted that she is sometimes “annoyed” by the title of the show, though argued that it is still relevant.
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Kailyn said: “There was a comment yesterday on somebody’s Instagram and it was like, ‘These girls are almost 30, get them off TV’ or whatever.
“I actually commented back and said, ‘Teen motherhood doesn’t just stop when you turn 20. There’s an aftermath. There’s so much more of a story that goes on after you become a teen parent.”
Kailyn explained: “It doesn’t define you, but there’s so much more that goes into it after that fact.
“Things are harder later on. The statistics are against you still. Even beyond those teen years, there’s so much more.…there’s so much more to be said; there’s still so much story to be told.”