Jenelle Evans thinks the upcoming ninth season of "Teen Mom 2" will be boring without her husband, David Eason, who MTV fired [VIDEO] in February after he went on a homophobic rant on Twitter. On October 11, Radar Online shared details about Evans' complaints about the new season, telling readers she wasn't impressed with the footage her MTV producers had gathered thus far.

“Let’s continue boring a** lunches and hardly speaking on camera!," Evans wrote in an Instagram story this week.

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"I love it. Bet everyone else will love this season too," she continued. Evans included the hashtags, "#Boring." "#TeenMom2." "#Distant," and "#NotMe,” in her post. According to Evans, she's nothing more than a "prop in the background" of the upcoming season.

David Eason went on another homophobic rant days ago

Jenelle Evans' comments come just days after David Eason went on yet another rant against the LGBTQ community [VIDEO], telling his fans and followers on Facebook that they are "all perverts. Why do you think they change their whole life to meet their sexual preferences?” he asked.

“If there isn’t any perverts in the bathroom we wouldn’t have to worry about children being curious or accidentally walking in on someone," Eason reasoned. Eason went on to say that when children see a trans person that looks like a clown to them, they will likely stare at the person because they are very strange to what he deemed "normal people." According to Eason, children know when something is off and would react to seeing something "wrong."

Although Jenelle Evans has allegedly done her best to convince MTV to bring her husband David Eason back to "Teen Mom 2," Radar Online said MTV wants absolutely nothing to do with him after his shocking homophobic comments.

Will Jenelle Evans be replaced?

Because the reality star can no longer feature her full life on the show, many fans and followers of the series have suspected MTV may ultimately decide to recast her role, just as they recently did with Farrah Abraham on "Teen Mom OG." As fans will recall, the network brought in Bristol Palin and Cheyenne Floyd to replace Abraham after she was fired by producer Morgan J. Freeman on an episode of season seven earlier this year.

To see more of Jenelle Evans and her co-stars, including Leah Messer, Chelsea Houska, Briana DeJesus, and Kailyn Lowry, don't miss "Teen Mom 2" season nine when it begins airing on MTV later this year or early next year.