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'Teen Mom 2' Star Kailyn Lowry

'Teen Mom 2' Star Kailyn Lowry Shoots Down Paternity Rumors With 'Twin' Photos Of Sons

By Clark Sparky

Kailyn Lowry welcomed her fourth baby a couple weeks ago, but unfortunately the "Teen Mom 2" star has had to deal with some social media trolls who are saying the baby's father isn't Chris Lopez. To further combat the rumors that the dad is someone else, Lowry shared a side-by-side on her Instagram Story this week of baby Creed and her oldest son, Lux, when he was a newborn. The resemblance between the two is very obvious. See the pic here!

Earlier in the week, Lowry shared a message she got from someone on Instagram who questioned the paternity.

“Why does the new baby look like Isaac rather than his real brother. LOL. Am I missing something?” they asked. “I mean, Creed looks nothing like [your] last kid, and don’t they have the same dad? I’m confused.”

Lowry replied, “It’s 2020, [and] we are still confused about how genetics work?!? [I’m] confused. Please stop messaging and comment about my son’s [skin] color. Yes, Chris is his dad. But I’m white, so there was a possibility that our child could be white. Imagine that.”


Lowry revealed that Lopez is the father of Creed shortly after announcing she was pregnant back in February.

“We’re confirming the news, baby #4 is coming soon!" she wrote at the time. "I’m almost 16 weeks pregnant & it’s been a rough few months this time around. I’ve had nausea, morning sickness, and absolutely no energy. This week I’m starting to feel a bit better and I’m really hoping it stays this way!”


The two have had an off-and-on relationship in the past and are currently not together. Still, Lowry felt compelled to give Creed the last name Lopez instead of using hers. She explained that decision on her podcast last week.

“My entanglement with Chris is so complicated, and it’s so public,” Lowry said on the August 13 episode of her “Coffee Convos” podcast. “I know that there have been periods of time where I felt like he doesn’t deserve to have his last name passed down. … [But] I wanna do the right thing, even when I’m upset.”

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