If you thought that the Teen Mom drama only revolved around the girls who gave birth on reality television when they were teenagers, you couldn't be more wrong.
Seriously, are you new?
Teen Mom drama can involve the moms, the moms' family, the moms' friends, and especially the moms' significant others.
It can even, and often does (more and more often lately), involve MTV, the company that made them rich-ish and famous in the first place.
Any and all shenanigans can go down for these people, and the eventful love life of Jeremy Calvert, Leah Messer's second ex-husband, is proof of that.
Jeremy is sometimes featured on Teen Mom 2, since he was briefly married to Leah and had a child with her (her third of three).
These days, he's not involved with Leah at all beyond co-parenting, and he's barely on the show, since he lives and works out of state.
Still, people seem to be interested in what he's been getting up to. Probably because he's been up to no good ...
Jeremy has been dating Brooke Wehr since 2015. The relationship has had its ups and downs, and we've seen some of them on Teen Mom 2.
And last week, we saw Brooke and Jeremy break up over Instagram.
It was an exceptionally millennial breakup, communicated through memes. Seriously, people under the age of 30 may not truly appreciate it.
Brooke posted an inspirational quote on her page that read "I'm letting go."
"You let go a long time ago, and I realize it is time for me to do the same."
Another meme Brooke shared said, "It hurts when the person that made you feel special yesterday, makes you feel so unwanted today."
Jeremy, in the form of his own heartfelt meme, responded to this as such: "Sometimes holding on does more damage than letting go."
In his caption, he wrote, "This speaks so much volume to me."
It's not clear what caused such a 21st Century split, but there's been some speculation that MTV's dastardly editing played a role in it.
Particularly, fans took note - and were taken aback by - one scene of Messer talking about Jeremy's engagement to Brooke Wehr.
The Teen Mom 2 star, filmed while driving, basically implied that her former spouse thought his new engagement was not a big deal.
So sad, right? But before you get too heartbroken ...
You should know that Jeremy and Brooke are already back together! Oh yes! The Internet documented their split, and now their reconciliation.
Brooke shared a screenshot of one of the breakup stories, one that blamed Teen Mom for everything, and wrote to her fans:
"This is not the reason we ever broke up."
"I keep seeing these articles and that scene is not the reason that we ever broke up lol," the mother of one insisted. "Just to clarify."
One of her followers commented to say that she wasn't even aware of their breakup, and Brooke replied "for like a day lol."
So, they did in fact split. Just briefly.
Jeremy Calvert then shared a photo of himself with Brooke, and in his caption he explained, similarly, that they are once again together.
"Yes we have fights," Jeremy acknowledged.
The pipeline engineer added: "Yes we have are arguments and short break ups but we still continue to try and make it work everyday."
"Life and relationship arent easy on a day-to-day basis and never less with a camera in ur face," he said, before giving a shout-out to Wehr.
And a dig at Leah, you could say:
"Your a great step mom to my child and the only female she has been around and that makes me happy and i want it to stay that way for her sake."
"Your a amazing mom to your little one also. No matter what I love you even during the fights and arguements," he continued.
"Sometimes u bother me like no other and other times i want u to bother me for the rest of my life... i love you @bwehr10."
Yeah, yeah, that grammar and spelling.
But still, it's a sweet message, right?
Congrats to Jeremy and Brooke on their engagement (again)! How long do you think this one will last, given the circumstances?
If you watch Teen Mom 2 online, you know Leah and Jeremy are both filmed in tense situations all the time involving each other.
Add to that the normal stresses of everyday life in blended families, and the odds of smooth romantic sailing decline dramatically.
We wish them the best, but just saying.