Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry claps back at a troll who tells her stop eating & 'stuffing her face' into the podcast microphone

KAILYN Lowry has hit back at a troll who told her to stop eating while recording her Coffee Convos podcast.

The 29-year-old Teen Mom star – who appears alongside co-host Lindsie Chrisley on the podcast – addressed the criticism on her Instagram Story.

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The negative feedback was titled: "Eating into the mic…"

Meanwhile, the message read: "How hard is it for Kail to wait an hour til after the podcast is over to eat?

"I can't be the only one who doesn't want to hear her stuff her face with bagels into the mic."

The comment didn't go unnoticed by Kailyn, who was quick to fire back.

On her Instagram Story, she sarcastically added: "I apologize, Nancy Davis."

But it appears some fans agreed with the user.

Taking to Reddit, one said: "Eating into the mic is not ok. But hey, if she learned her lesson then that’s really all we (Nancy) wanted."

A second commented: "It is gross to hear people eat on a podcast."

The news follows shortly after Kailyn confirmed she's not bipolar.

The MTV star was previously diagnosed with the mood disorder following an altercation with ex Javi Marroquin in 2013.

The fight led to Kailyn to get counselling, where she was then told she had bipolar.

However, the mum-of-four has said she was actually misdiagnosed.

Teen Mom OG – Season 9

Season 9 was filmed as the outbreak of coronavirus hit America.

Who's in the cast this season?

  • Amber Portwood
  • Catelynn Lowell
  • Cheyenne Floyd
  • Maci Bookout McKinney
  • Mackenzie McKee

Who are their boyfriends, husbands and baby daddies?

  • Amber Portwood's boyfriend Dimitri Garcia
  • Catelynn Lowell's husband Tyler Baltierra
  • Cheyenne Floyd's ex-boyfriend Cory Wharton
  • Maci Bookout's husband Taylor McKinney
  • Mackenzie McKee's husband Josh McKee

Teen Mom OG 's season nine aired on January 26th 2021 on MTV.

She said on her podcast The Things That Shape Us: "I haven't struggled with that in a long time.

"That was something I more or less struggled with as a kid because I'd gone through so much trauma and when I was a young adult.

"Did I see you when I went through the doctors and they had me reassessed and re-evaluated and I ended up not being bipolar?"

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