"Teen Mom 2" star Kailyn Lowry detailed her falling out with co-star Jenelle Evans in a new interview, following a brutal confrontation with another co-star during the show's most recent reunion.
Speaking with Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt on their "Make Speidi Famous Again" podcast, the reality TV star broke down the "animosity" between some of the young women on the show and how it's shifted over time. The comments came after Pratt brought up a recent episode of the show where Evans pulled out a gun during a heated road rage confrontation.
"I don't really associate with her," said Lowry, before explaining her reaction to the footage. "It was a whole bunch of chaos and I had my hands over my eyes, literally peeking out of my fingers, [saying] 'I can' t believe this is happening right now."
"Something like that, I wish that wasn't reality," Lowry added. "And she didn't see anything wrong with it!"
Thanks to the nature of the show, with each of them filming their own separate storylines, they don't cross paths too often. "We don't have to film with each other," Lowry explained. "At reunions and stuff, it's kind of inevitable that we're going to run into each other. But there's just been a lot of animosity between our cast members, so we don't even do the reunions together or our segments together anymore."
"Jenelle and I used to be really close, we used to be the closest out of pretty much everyone. In the beginning of filming, in 2010, me and her stuck together at reunions and Chelsea and Leah kind of stuck together and then over the years it deteriorated for whatever reason and me, Chelsea, Leah stick together," said Lowry. "Chelsea does her own thing, she's married and her situation is different. She doesn't have any drama, they're literally so perfect and cute. I don't blame her for not being involved with the bullshit of the show. But Jenelle, I don't associate with her anymore."
Talk between the three then turned to the Kardashians, as it often does when you're talking to anyone for almost an hour. While the "Teen Mom" cast was often criticized for "glamorizing" teen pregnancy when the show began, Lowry argued people like Kylie Jenner are actually the ones making it look anywhere near glamorous.
"When you're that young and you have that much money and you're able to have a nanny or have a lot of help, I think that shows that it's glamorous to have a kid so young," she said, referring to Kylie and Travis Scott welcoming daughter Stormi. "We got a lot of backlash that makes it look like the show is glamorous and I don't agree. It took me 7 years to get a 4 year degree. I didn't always have the money I have now, I would not agree that our show makes it glamorous. But situations like Kylie, they don't realize she has millions of dollars and she has a ton of help and she can go out and party and do all these things."
Lowry then wanted to make it clear that she wasn't "mom shaming" Jenner at all, but just wanted to make the comparison between the two scenarios. "It's so different," she added.
Spencer agreed, saying, "Kylie makes it look so cool."
Pratt then went off on a tangent about one interaction he had with Kourtney Kardashian before anyone in that family was famous, during his days on "The Hills."
"There was a time when we were more famous than them," he said, "and Kourtney came up to us like, 'Oh my god, I want Scott and I to be like you on E!'" He added, "That happened, in Hermes, while shopping for plates."