Kailyn Lowry is currently filming the new season of "Teen Mom" and she’s keeping a low profile on social media in regards to the new season. Last season, Lowry decided that she wanted to get a divorce from her husband, Javi Marroquin, and the two filed the papers during the show’s hiatus. At present time, they are legally married but they are both moving on from the drama. But it sounds like Kailyn can’t move on from the drama of her "Teen Mom" co-stars.

According to a new tweet, Kailyn Lowry is now revealing that she doesn’t like being compared to her co-stars on "Teen Mom," especially those who are dealing with drugs, rehab and prison. She’s never had those issues and the comparison seems unfair.

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Kailyn Lowry not pleased with public comparisons

“Why the f*ck am I on here with a caption like this?” Lowry tweeted after seeing an article where Kailyn was being compared to her "Teen Mom" co-stars. The article had the headline, “Rehab, Prison & More!” and came from OK! Magazine.

Clearly, Kailyn isn’t pleased about this comparison, as she just finished her bachelor’s degree and she's now a single mother of two. Lowry is taking care of Isaac and Lincoln and she's sharing custody with both Jo Rivera and Javi Marroquin. Despite having a difficult divorce from Marroquin with rumors of cheating and lies, the two could agree on their son, Lincoln.

Kailyn Lowry waiting for her official divorce

Javi recently revealed that they had done everything they needed to get divorced and they were just waiting for the judge in Delaware to sign the divorce documents. He also shared that he and Kailyn weren't exactly speaking these days, as they were both trying to move on from the drama and the divorce. Both of them desperately want to move on from their marriage and they are both writing tell-all books about their lives during and after the divorce.

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It will be interesting to see what secrets will surface from these books.

What do you think of Kailyn Lowry's tweet about being compared to her co-stars when she hasn't been in prison or rehab?