JENELLE Evans’ husband has proudly worn a shirt with a gun print on it after being criticized for his “white Americans” post.
The controversial reality star, who was fired from the MTV show for using racist and homophobic language, shared a video of him dancing along a dirt track listening to rap music.
He captioned the video: “My deez nuts swing back and fourth when I dance, is that why the call it tick tock? #mullet #firstamendment.”
In the video, he wore shorts and a bright blue shirt that had a pink floral design with guns dotted over it.
Davids is a staunch defendant of the second amendment – the right to bear arms – but he recently came under fire after posting a white square on Instagram and said he was “proud” of white Americans amid the “prejudice against us right now.”
He wrote: “White out Wednesday because I love my strong, white, American brothers and sisters who are proud and not ashamed of their skin color regardless of all the prejudice against us right now!
“We are being attacked by everyone, then some of you feel guilty for no reason. What did we do that was so wrong? All the wrongs have been righted!”
His followers were quick to criticize David, 31, for the offensive post, with many calling the reality star “racist.”
The reality star was also called a “white supremacist” by one social media user, while another person wrote: “As a fellow white person… it’s not up to us to say ‘the wrongs have been righted.’ POC would beg to differ.”
David’s post follows several months of legal problems, after assault charges against Jenelle’s husband were dropped on August 11.
David was arrested on June 12 for assault with a deadly weapon and communicating threats when Jenelle, James Spivey and his partner, Josh, went to her North Carolina home to obtain her belongings following a week that the couple spent arguing.
The arrest warrant obtained by The Sun claimed David “did assault” James “with a deadly weapon, a Springfield handgun, by hitting James Spivey in the back of the neck and on his back with the handgun.”
James exclusively spoke to The Sun about why he chose to drop the charges before their court date in September, explaining: “It wasn’t up to myself, or either one of us. It was in the attorneys’ hands. They thought it was the best way to proceed. It is what it is.
“On the behalf of myself, I just am staying away from them.”
Jenelle, 28, and David share 3-year-old daughter Ensley, while she is also the mother to 11-year-old son Jace with ex Andrew Lewis and 6-year-old Kaiser with Nathan Griffith.
Jenelle left David after the altercation with James, though the pair reconciled and remain together today.
In 2018, David posted a Twitter photo wife with Jenelle posing with assault rifles the day after the Parkland school shooting.
He then called the LGBTQ comunity “dogs” and “not normal”.
MTV confirmed he had been fired, with a statement that read: “David Eason’s personal comments do not reflect the views of MTV. With six weeks left of production on Teen Mom 2, effective immediately, we are ending our relationship with him.”