Kailyn Lowry is one of the many stars of the "Teen Mom" franchise who was thrilled to learn that MTV decided to fire Jenelle Evans' husband, David Eason after a series of homophobic tweets were posted to his now-deleted Twitter account. In a statement to Us Weekly magazine on February 21, Lowry said that she believed Eason should have been fired from "Teen Mom 2" after he brought a knife to the set of their reunion special at the end of last year and proceeded to stab a number of balloons with it.

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After the incident took place, Jenelle Evans attempted to downplay the claims against her husband and said that David Eason was just upset that the on-set bar wouldn't serve him any more alcohol.

Still, he faced tons of backlash over his erratic behavior.

Kailyn Lowry is 'glad' to see David go

“Glad MTV finally did what was necessary,” Kailyn Lowry added. Following David Eason's rant, Lowry was one of the many "Teen Mom" stars [VIDEO] who spoke out against Eason and made it clear that they were disappointed in his comments.

According to Us Weekly magazine's report, Eason took to his Twitter page earlier this week and referred to members of the LGBT community as “abominations.” He then took aim at them again after being confronted about his views on gun control. “Why don’t you go tell the homo and transgender parents to start teaching their kids better morals?" he asked, adding, "Oh I forgot that’s supposed to be normal.”

Eason then allegedly said that he would be teaching his own children to steer clear of members of the LGBT community.

A short time later, after fans launched a petition to have Eason kicked off the show, MTV confirmed they would be no longer working with him.

Jenelle Evans defended her husband on Monday

Before David Eason was fired from "Teen Mom 2," Evans spoke [VIDEO] out on his behalf and released a statement to TMZ. In the statement, the reality star claimed her husband didn't understand how offended people would get on Twitter and added that he didn't know how Twitter works. She also apologized to her fans and followers and insisted that her husband doesn't have anything against the LGBT community. “[David] has deactivated his account," she said. "He agrees he will keep his comments to himself from now on.”

Kailyn Lowry and her co-stars, including Jenelle Evans, Chelsea Houska, Leah Messer, and Briana DeJesus, are expected to return to MTV for a new season of "Teen Mom 2" in the coming months, but a premiere date hasn't yet been confirmed.