Is "Teen Mom 2" star Kailyn Lowry having trouble letting go of someone from her past? That's what a new message shared with her fans and followers on Twitter seems to hint. Although Lowry's message to fans on Thursday was vague and didn't mention anyone by name, fans have been weighing in on the tweet with several different possibilities.

"The hardest thing you can ever do is let go of someone you're still in love with," Lowry wrote on March 9. Around the same time, Lowry posted a couple of re-tweets which seemed to speak of someone who had been unfaithful.

In addition to a tweet about snakes, Lowry shared a message which featured someone telling their own fans and followers that they had believed a lie their partner had told them in regard to another member of the opposite sex.

Because Kailyn Lowry confirmed weeks ago that she is not currently dating anyone, despite the fact that she is pregnant, many believed she may be talking about her rumored baby daddy, chris lopez, or one of the other rumored men, including Tyler Hill or JC Cueva.

Chris Lopez recently sparked rumors of a past relationship with Kailyn Lowry

In January, about two months into Lowry's pregnancy, Lopez shared a mysterious tweet, apologizing to his "miracle" child. However, once the tweet began making the rounds online by outlets who were convinced that it had something to do with the "Teen Mom 2" star, Lopez deleted the tweet.

A short time later, he commented on a rumor linking another man to the pregnancy before seemingly dissing Lowry's ex-husband Javi Marroquin.

Kailyn Lowry isn't ready to confirm her baby daddy's identity

Lowry confirmed her pregnancy news in an elaborate post on her official website at the end of last month, but in the post, she refrained from saying a thing about who fathered her child.

Days later, she appeared on the "Teen Mom 2" live after show where she explained that she wasn't ready to reveal who her baby daddy is.

To see more of Kailyn Lowry and her family, don't miss new episodes of "Teen Mom 2" season 7B on Monday nights at 9 p.m. on MTV.