The controversial husband of former “Teen Mom” star Jenelle Evans is on the attack against some of the stars still employed on the long-running MTV reality series. David Eason took to Instagram on Wednesday to unleash heated accusations against the network after claiming there is a double standard when it comes to who executives choose to fire for “racist” comments, while he rallied fans and showed what appeared to be examples of racism from other co-stars who did not lose their jobs.
32-year-old Eason made the accusations in his Instagram Stories while posting multiple screenshots against “Teen Mom 2” star Cheyenne Floyd, who has been controversial herself for racist and anti-Semitic tweets from the past, that she has since apologized for.
“Cheyenne has so much ‘privilege’ she can say the most racist things out of anyone, delete her apology but still not fired?” Eason wrote on Facebook and screenshotted for his IG Story.
He added, “Make this b–ch famous for being racist, Boycott MTV contact their sponsors!”
Eason also took ire with “Teen Mom” executive producer, Morgan J. Freeman. He screenshotted a social media post the 50-year-old executive had made about racism and President Donald Trump, with Eason writing:
“Morgan acts like he cares about racism but looks like he only holds white people accountable for their actions.”
Bringing his own situation with Jenelle Evans into the argument, Eason directed a message at MTV and asked, “You gonna fire everyone or just pick and choose who you don’t like personally?”
As Eason called for more fans to send him examples of Cheyenne Floyd and MTV’s alleged history of a “double standard,” it was evident the former reality star was seething for the network cutting ties with him and wife Jenelle Evans.
The network had previously announced that Eason was taken off the air over his string of racist incidents online, as well as scary altercations with the production crew during filming.
“MTV ended its relationship with David Eason over a year ago in February 2018 and has not filmed any new episodes of Teen Mom 2 with him since,” the network announced in a statement shortly after it was revealed he had killed Jenelle’s dog, Nugget.
MTV later ended their relationship with Jenelle and have not explored letting her back on the “Teen Mom” franchise.
“We have stopped filming with Jenelle Eason as of April 6, 2019 and have no plans to cover her story in the upcoming season,” executives announced last year in a statement.
To be fair, MTV did recently gave the ax to “The Challenge” castmember Dee Nguyen over offensive tweets about the Black Lives Matter movement.
Our guess is calling the network out in a string of heated messages is not going to change Eason’s standing with executives going forward.