Jenelle Evans and David Eason offended fans last week when they shockingly shared a photo of the "Teen Mom 2" star and mother of three holding a massive gun on both of their social media pages. Although the photo itself may not have been the worst thing in the world, the fact that it was shared on the heels of Wednesday's school shooting, in Florida, didn't sit well with their online audiences and now, they want MTV to fire the couple.

Earlier this week, Radar Online shared a report, revealing that Evans and her husband were slammed for their "insensitive" photo and the comments they shared after the image was posted. As fans may have noticed, Evans responded to the backlash she received by telling her fans and followers on Twitter that she had chosen "bad timing" for her post.

However, what fans wanted to see from the longtime reality star was an apology [VIDEO].

Jenelle Evans said she had 'bad timing'

Last week, David Eason posted his photo to his fans and followers, telling his audience that his wife was a "bad a**" as she held a gun and aimed it at something that wasn't included in the photo. Then, after sharing the same photo and receiving backlash, Evans removed the post from her page. Meanwhile, Eason left the image up and after receiving backlash from his own followers, he made it his profile photo.

“What do you think I sit around all day watching TV to check the news before I post a picture?" Eason later asked fans. "Um no b***h.” He then further fueled the backlash he was receiving when he posted a meme about legal gun owners being in possession of over 200 million guns and 12 trillions rounds of ammunition.

He then said that if he and other legal gun owners were a problem, they'd know about it. “Everyone needs to focus on keeping their family protected and safe instead of focusing on how to deplete our country of its self protection rights!” he added.

Petition demands Jenelle and David be fired

Days after the couple sparked controversy [VIDEO] online, a petition was started that requested Morgan J. Freeman, the executive producer of "Teen Mom OG" and "Teen Mom 2," give them the boot from the show due to their “gross insensitivity” and “disturbing” photographs. In the petition, it was noted that Evans was reportedly holding the exact same weapon that the gunman used to kill 17 people during the Florida massacre. Nearly 3,000 people have signed their names to the petition since it was initially created.