Kailyn Lowry recently became upset by a post shared by MTV on Twitter. According to an Inquisitr report on October 10, the "Teen Mom 2" star took aim at the network after they reportedly shared a post about Jenelle Evans and David Eason and in response, MTV chose to delete their post entirely.

"Is there an intern running this account?" Lowry asked. "There’s nothing funny about this."

While it has yet to be revealed what MTV actually said in their post, it is clear that the Tweet had something to do with Monday night's family drama between Jenelle Evans and David Eason.

In the comments section of the Twitter post, fans and followers of the network slammed MTV for exploiting the couple's alleged abuse and neglect. Some even noted that MTV has no morals and said the scenes featured on Monday's show made them sick.

Are Jenelle Evans and her family at risk?

In response to Kailyn Lowry's post to MTV, many fans expressed concern for Evans and her kids, specifically her three-year-old son Kaiser. As one commenter pointed out, Eason appeared to be looking at Evans in a threatening manner when an MTV producer asked about their fight. "The way David looked at Jenelle when the producer asked about the fight was scary as hell," the person wrote.

Another fan of the show said that Kaiser appeared to be afraid of Eason, noting that the toddler looked "so scared" when Eason was coming to yell at him.

Jenelle Evans threatened to quit 'Teen Mom 2' due to Monday's show

Following the airing of the latest episode of "Teen Mom 2," Evans took to her Instagram page to inform her fans and followers that she probably would not be returning to the show for its potentially upcoming ninth season. As she explained, she has informed her producers that appearing on the show is not healthy for her and her family anymore and noted that the series was harming them mentally." She also said that MTV and her producers have treated her and her co-stars as if they are in cages on a freak show.

"WE aren’t human beings to MTV what-so-ever," she alleged.

As fans may recall, Kailyn Lowry has been critical of the network in the past as well, as have her co-stars, Chelsea Houska and Leah Messer.

To see more of Kailyn Lowry, her family, and her co-stars, including the likes of Jenelle Evans, Leah Messer, Chelsea Houska, and Briana DeJesus, tune into new episodes of the eighth season of "Teen Mom 2" each and every Monday night on MTV at 9 p.m.