JENELLE Evans told fans she’s “obsessed” with weed in a new TikTok video shot on a cannabis farm in Oregon.
The fired Teen Mom star was reportedly set to attend a meet-and-greet at the video location but “chose not to attend” due to “harassment and threats.”
On Saturday, the 28-year-old followed the TikTok trend of posting about an obsession, along with the popular audio backing track saying as such.
The mother of three smiled for the camera before angling the lens toward the pot plants as the narrator said: “People think I’m obsessed with this. But I’m okay with it.
“I am obsessed with it. I think this is an obsession that [doesn’t hurt anyone].”
Her husband David Eason was also at the farm, and he posted a couple shots of the two of them checking out the goods, writing with it: “Had a great trip to the farm! #chronic #medical”
In another video, Jenelle said she “flew out to Oregon to come do a farm tour visit” at Burnt River Farms Cannabis Co.
She said that was the reason she was in town and there was “never an event I was ‘supposed to appear at.’”
The Teen Mom 2 alum claimed the meet-and-greet was just a last-minute thing because she was already going to be at the cannabis dispensary but ended up choosing not to attend because of threats, and it was canceled.
The former reality TV star then proceeded to apologize to people that were eager to see her in person.
She wrote: “Receiving a lot of messages and I’m sorry if you expected to meet me.
“There will be dates in the future for another opportunity to connect with me!”
This comes after the Burnt River Farms Cannabis Company took to Instagram to reveal that Jenelle and her husband David would be making an appearance at their headquarters.
In a now deleted Instagram post featuring Jenelle in a tight yellow dress, the farm wrote: “TODAY come on down a get a taste of reality. Come Meet n Greet Jenelle Lauren Evans.
“[sic] Janelle is a reality television personality who rose to fame on MTV’s Teen Mom 2.”
In another post shared by the company, Jenelle stood next to David, 32, in another reminder that the pair would be there to meet fans.
The MTV alums were expected to use the event to make some money, especially since they have been financially struggling ever since they were both fired from the popular MTV series after David admitted he had shot and killed their family dog.
Just last month, The Sun exclusively revealed that Jenelle and her man were hit with a state tax lien in the amount of $46,406.70 for the 2017 year on June 1, 2020.
She told fans earlier in the week that she has a lot of exciting projects coming up, though, and has been keeping busy.
Aside from focusing on her two sons — 10-year-old Jace with ex Andrew Lewis and 6-year-old Kaiser with ex Nathan Griffith — and her and David’s 3-year-old daughter Ensley, Jenelle said, “Opportunities are golden for me at the moment.”
She added to any haters: “Just because I don’t make the details public doesn’t mean I’m just sitting here doing nothing. Stay tuned.”
The TV personality has also been selling her makeup line, JE Cosmetics, and making videos on Cameo to make some money.