Jenelle Evans has ‘no hard feelings’ over ‘Teen Mom’ spinoff

Jenelle Evans made it clear she has no bad blood with MTV or her “Teen Mom” co-stars after news broke that she will not appear on the show’s upcoming spinoff.

“I alone decided to decline the terms within the agreement to pursue and further other career choices, based on the terms,” Evans, 30, claimed to People Wednesday of skipping out on “Teen Mom: The Next Chapter,” which will combine “Teen Mom OG” and “Teen Mom 2.”

“It would have not aligned with my current opportunities,” she added. “No hard feelings. I appreciate MTV and the producers for including me, [and] nothing but great vibes to the girls.”

Evans’ manager teased that the reality star has not totally closed the door on working with the network again one day.

“There may or may not be more discussions to this,” August Keen told the magazine. “As of right now, we’re definitely not doing the show. They need to come to us with a much better offer.”

As for what’s next, Evans teased on her Instagram Story that fans will “find out soon” about her possibly doing her “own show.”

TMZ previously reported that Evans and MTV could not come to an agreement on her contract, with her manager saying an exclusive deal with the network would have “limited other career opportunities for Jenelle.”

Evans’ rep did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for additional comment.

The cast of "Teen Mom 2."
Evans eventually starred on “Teen Mom 2.”

Evans began her reality TV journey in 2010 by starring on “16 and Pregnant” while expecting her firstborn son, Jace, when she was a senior in high school. She then joined the cast of “Teen Mom 2” alongside Kailyn Lowry, Leah Messer and Chelsea DeBoer.

During her five seasons on the show, Evans went to rehab, had an abortion and tried to find a balance between parenting and partying.

Evans and her ex-fiancé Nathan Griffith welcomed son Kaiser in 2014. She then married David Eason in 2017, the same year they had daughter Ensley.

MTV cut ties with Eason, 34, in 2018 after he posted homophobic tweets. One year later, the channel fired Evans after Eason shot and killed their dog.

Keen told People Wednesday that Eason is “being a good boy” again and “not doing or saying things he shouldn’t.”

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