The “Teen Mom 2” world has been rocked earlier this week with the firing of David Eason. Jenelle Evans has been a staple on the show since the beginning. Now that her husband can no longer film with the network, her future is unclear. MTV has reportedly been discussing what to do with the reality star amid the scandal. Right now, no one is sure what will happen.

The scandal

On Monday, David Eason took to Twitter to battle it out with some of his followers. There was already tension because of the photo he posted of Jenelle Evans holding a gun amid the tragedy in Florida.

That sparked outrage, but what he did earlier this week caused way more damage. Eason made homophobic and transphobic comments on social media. Viewers immediately called for David to be fired from the network, and within a day, his relationship with MTV was terminated. The network released a brief statement confirming the cut in ties.

Damage control was attempted, but MTV didn't even take that into consideration. David Eason attempted to change his bio to reflect the account may not belong to the “real” him. When that didn't work, he deleted the entire page. This came after several of his “Teen Mom 2” co-stars called for his account to be reported. Jenelle Evans also deleted her account.

Jenelle's future hangs in limbo

According to Radar Online, Jenelle Evans still is in limbo when it comes to being able to film with the network. MTV hasn't fired her yet, but they are discussing what their options are. Of course, the “Teen Mom 2” star is threatening to quit because she believes she has to stand by her husband.

Unfortunately, a scandal like this won't give way to a new job quickly. These two are now targeted with a scarlet letter, one that stinks of homophobia. At this point, there are no camera crews around Jenelle at all. They haven't been back to film since MTV announced Eason's firing.

A decision regarding Jenelle Evans and her position within the “Teen Mom 2” team should be made within a few days.

With Briana DeJesus added last season, the network won't have to scramble for a replacement mom. The show will likely return to being only four moms, which gives more time to tell each story. Evans has been laying low since the announcement of David Eason's firing was made. Viewers expect a comeback from her once MTV finalizes their decision. With no contract stopping her, she may return with more to say about everything.