As a twice-divorced mother of three, Leah Messer's love life is a subject of constant fascination among Teen Mom 2 fans.
For a while there it looked as though Leah would get back together with Jeremy Calvert, but when that reconciliation fizzled out, Ms. Messer quickly rebounded.
These days, Leah is dating Jason Jordan, and while he seems to make her immensely happy, some fans have taken issue with the budding romance.
Over the weekend, Leah documented her latest couple's getaway on Instagram, and some fans saw the pics as an opportunity to reiterate their complaints.
For one thing, Jason is much older than Leah (she's 26; he's 38).
It's not the kind of cradle-robbery that makes you want to alert the authorities, but it's enough of an age gap to raise a few eyebrows.
Especially since despite the fact that he's pushing 40 years of age, Jason still seems to have quite a bit of growing up to do.
Naturally, once word of the relationship went public, fans started doing their research and dug up everything they could about Jason.
The most interesting thing they unearthed was a series of YouTube videos in which Jason played a character named West Virginia Meth Man.
Now, as far as we know, Jason never dabbled in meth himself.
And it appears that he was just poking fun at some of the more, um ... colorful residents of his home state.
Still many found the skits to be in poor taste, particularly one video in which Jason (as Meth Man) commented on the Ray Rice domestic abuse scandal.
"Just want to make a little comment about Ray Rice," quoth Meth Man.
"Think he can go around punching women in the mouth, knocking them out cold. When I was high on meth one time I did that and nobody got mad."
"They just expect it out of me!"
Now, that's obviously not the most tasteful joke, but anyone accusing Jason of condoning violence against women would be willfully misrepresenting the bit.
Should he have just refrained from joking about domestic violence at all, especially in the current cultural environment?
Maybe. Well, probably. Okay, definitely. Definitely.
But the crux of the gag is not to glorify such behavior, but to call attention to the fact that only the most repugnant individuals would do such a thing.
You know, your Ray Rices and your Meth Mans.
To be clear, the Meth Man routine isn't particularly funny, and Leah is probably overjoyed by the fact that her beau retired the character.
But a couple of seriously unfunny skits shouldn't be a deal breaker - otherwise, Ariana Grande would have to dump Pete Davidson!