Teen Mom Jenelle Evans begs fans to 'pray' for her as 'depressed' star takes social media break after axed clothing line

TEEN Mom Jenelle Evans asked fans to "pray" for her as she takes a social media break following being dropped from her clothing line.

The former reality star left a message for her fans on her Instagram Stories before taking a hiatus from the platform.

The 29-year-old revealed to her followers her feelings in the note which read: "My mental health is number 1. Honestly I'm so depressed I need time away from social media. Pray for me, thanks."

The announcement comes after Jenelle started sobbing in a TikTok video after admitting that her fashion company dropped her clothing line.

At the start of the TikTok video, the Teen Mom 2 alum was already teary-eyed when she claimed "haters contacted" SewSew You, "the company" that she was "working with."

The ex MTV star then "decided to do my own website under my own name."

She attempted to fill out the website with images of her fitness and loungewear.

Unfortunately, SewSew You announced that Jenelle's "line is canceled."

In the next shot, Jenelle was wiping away the tears from her eyes while covering her face in shame.

She captioned the post: "Been crying all morning. 

"Sorry to let everyone’s hopes up but SewSew You has dropped me because of haters."

In her Instagram Story, Jenelle was still in tears over the heartbreaking news.

She wrote the initials "FML."


Recently, Jenelle had been modeling some items from her clothing line, in preparation for her November 17th launch.

In various shots, the mom of three stretched out while wearing tight black leggings and a sports bra.

In another shot, she showed off her working outfit in a green version.

She captioned the post: "SNEAK PEEK! The Jenelle Eason Collection: #StayCozy #ComingSoon. Nov. 17th #SaveTheDate."

The former TV personality added: "This is made from luxury material and the best craftsmanship I’ve ever seen. Created with the most sustainable clothing and on-demand."


Teen Mom fans were not excited about what they were looking at as they jumped onto Reddit to share their harsh opinions.

One blasted the loungewear: "Why does the material look like cheap craft felt?" while another added, "That looks like a jail jumpsuit."

A third person chimed in: "This suit is so unflattering," and one chimed in, "Its cheap material for what I’m guessing will be a high price."


This was not the first time that a business plan from Jenelle had failed.

Back in June, Jenelle's makeup company, JE Cosmetics, was officially out of business. 

The Sun exclusively revealed the business license for JE Cosmetics had been “dissolved” by the North Carolina Secretary of State.

The business was no longer active because she did not file her annual report, which was due April 15, 2021. 

Jenelle claimed to The Sun: “Basically I stopped it myself. I still have stuff to sell, and I was still actually selling products, but it’s really hard to keep up with without a team. 

“I was the one packaging everything, shipping it all, restocking it, it was really hard to keep up with it without a team.”

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