Suffice it to say, Teen Mom 2 cast members Kailyn Lowry and Jenelle Evans have not always seen eye-to-eye.
The dueling, outspoken MTV personalities simply don't get along in any way, shape or form; that's our main point here.
This wasn't always the case, of course.
The breakdown of how Kailyn and Jenelle's friendship turned into a feud for the ages has been well documented.
We mention this as a preamble because Jenelle just filed to divorce David Eason, finally pulling the plug on a marriage after one kid, one (alleged) beating of Jenelle by her husband and one dog murder.
“With time away from Teen Mom I’ve started to look at my life differently and I know I need to make changes,” said Evans on Instagram yesterday, adding simply:
“I’m starting that now. The kids and I have moved away from David.”
So there it is. At last. And here is Kailyn's opportunity to laugh in her rival's face, right?
To throw some salt on Jenelle's wound and to do some kind of victory lap and to kick the ex-Teen Mom cast member when she's down, right?
Nope, apparently. Wrong.
While chatting with In Touch Weekly on Thursday, October 31, about Evans and the demise of her marriage, Lowry actually took the high road.
According to this tabloid, Lowry said that she “wishes [Evans] the best” going forward and, well... that was it.
Why did Kailyn not dance on her foe's romantic grave here? We can't say for certain, of course.
But perhaps it's because this is actually one area in which Lowry can relate to Evans.
Heck, the former has some major babby daddy drama going on RIGHT NOW.
And Lowry (above, left, with co-star Leah Messer) just didn't want to pile on during what has to be a troubling time for Jenelle.
Added Evans in her divorce announcement:
Nobody gets into a marriage expecting it to end but I know that's what is best for me, and for my kids.
Today I've filed papers to start that process.
I appreciate the support from everybody who has asked how I am ... Me and the kids are doing great.
We need some time to be together, but you'll hear from us again soon.
Why did Evans finally take this step now? Was it because she at last realized she's married to a violent bigot?
Or because she realized she would never be able to land another television gig as long as Eason was her husband?
We may never find out.
For now, though, we're more concerned with the couple's children and a subsequent question we've tackled below:
What will happen with Ensley moving forward?