Kailyn Lowry Claps Back at Haters: I DO Have a Real Job! Ask the IRS!
Kailyn Lowry has a lot on her plate these days.
In addition to her work as a reality star and podcast host, Kail will soon be facing an even larger workload, as she revealed today that she’s pregnant with her fourth child.
So it stands to reason that Lowry might not be getting a lot of sleep these days,
As In Touch Weekly points out, Kail griped about her insomnia in the wee hours of Tuesday morning.
“Why am I awake?” she tweeted, as the clock crept close to 4 am.
Of course, haters never sleep, so the tweet attracted some shade before it was an hour old.
“You have to get ready for work. … Oh, wait. You don’t have a real job. I forgot,” repliied some random troll.
Kail made her clapback, brief but effective, tweeting, “But I get paid with real money, so.”
At the end of the day, we suppose there’s no better measure of the “realness” of a job than the spendability of the money it pays.
Kail’s comment received support from many fans, several of whom pointed out that her job is plenty real in the eyes of Uncle Sam.
“Psh, I bet the IRS thinks it’s a real job, LOL,” one wrote.
“Ohhhh, the IRS don’t play [with] me,” Kail quipped.
“Imagine this many people waking up in the morning, already this salty. SMH,” another fan chimed in.
To be fair, at the time, Kail had not yet officially confirmed that she was pregnant with her fourth child.
(Perhaps her nervousness about today’s announcement is what was disturbing her sleep?)
Still, you’d think as a single mom struggling with the very relatable problem of insomnia, you’d think Kail would be deserving of at least a shred of sympathy, no?
Well, apparently not.
It’s strange to accuse Kail of laziness, as she might be the hardest working of all the Teen Moms.
Lowry’s podcast is currently on hiatus for legal reasons, but usually she maintains a hectic shooting schedule and produces a steady stream of content, all while raising three kids on her own.
Of course, if all she were doing were caring for her kids and filming for Teen Mom 2, that would be fine, too.
Here’s a helpful rule of thumb to keep in mind:
It’s only okay to complain about someone else’s employment status if they’re personally asking you for money — otherwise, it’s much easier to simply STFU.
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