Currently, Kailyn Lowry is pregnant with her third child.
Despite constant rumors and fan speculation about the identity of Kailyn's baby daddy, the Teen Mom 2 star has chosen to keep that information to herself, which is, of course, her right.
Unfortunately, that decision has led to some aggressive online sleuthing, and it seems Kailyn is getting fed up with all the prying.
These days, she seems upset about one theory in particular, as some fans have taken to suggesting that Kailyn doesn't know who her baby's father is.
Last night, Kailyn responded to an article on The Inquisitr that suggested even she doesn't know who her baby's father is.
Needless to say, she was less than pleased by the allegation, and she retweeted the article along with the following comment:
"Why the hell would you tweet something like this? Of course I f-cking know. Damn."
Yes, Kailyn is pissed, and it's not hard to see why.
Now, we feel the need to accept a small fraction of the blame and offer an explanation here:
The article that The Inquisitr acknowledged as its original source was published on The Hollywood Gossip on April 1.
It's important to note that publication date, as the piece that suggested Kailyn was uncertain of the identity of her baby's father was an April Fools' joke and clearly identified itself as such.
The Inquisitr even acknowledged "many have chalked up the comment to be an April Fool’s joke," which we assume is their way of saying the article clearly states that it's a joke and is not meant to be taken seriously.
To be clear: we have never doubted that Kailyn knows who her baby's father is.
Hell, we know who the father is!
Based on considerable evidence posted (accidentally or otherwise) to social media, it's safe to say that Kailyn's baby daddy is Chris Lopez.
We've stated on several occasions that we believe this to be the case, and no one who read our April Fools' Day entry in its entirety could have confused for anything other than a joke.
That said, we apologize for any confusion, and we'd like to take this opportunity to encourage everyone to read articles in their entirety before sharing or citing them online.
This is how rumors get started and reality TV stars get elected president, folks!