The past few weeks have not been great for Chris Lopez's public image.
In fact, it seems like the few Teen Mom fans who didn't already hate the guy have had a change of heart and decided that he is indeed worthy of their ire.
The increased scrutiny of Chris came on the heels of news that Kailyn Lowry is pregnant with her fourth child, and the baby is his.
The situation is more than a little problematic, as Lowry filed for a restraining order against Lopez around the same time that she got pregnant by him.
Amazingly, it seems that Chris and Kail tried to make a relationship work under these circumstances, but that came to an end when Lopez was caught cheating with "one of his high school hoes" (the source's words, not ours).
Needless to say, Kail doesn't have a very high opinion of Chris these days -- so it should come as no surprise that she's not a big fan of his newly-released documentary.
Yes, you might be starting to suffer the effects of quarantine boredom, but don't worry Chris has you covered with more than two full minutes of quality entertainment.
Chris has decided to try and make it as a boxer, and this very short film -- obnoxiously titled “P.T.S.D | Pray, Train, Study, Dedicate” -- seems to be his way of convincing the world he's serious about his new career in the ring.
The doc (seen above in its entirety) is every bit as bad as it sounds.
Asked for comment by The Ashley's Reality Roundup, Kail didn't hold back:
“This video proves he CAN dedicate himself to something… just not his kid, apparently,” she told the site.
“It’s good to stay fit but if you’re going to ‘dedicate’ yourself to anything shouldn’t it be to provide stability for your kid… and provide financially?” she added.
Yeah, staying fit is one thing.
Producing a vanity short film about how working out a lot is making you a better dad is quite another.
“Chris is a special person to me, just from the first time that I met him and I’d say that the way that he’s different from the way that I met him until now, it’s still a transition going," Chris' trainer, Greg Pritchett, aka “Professor.”
"Just the look on his face, his energy and his story… just paying attention to those little things that he’s trying to change in his life to become a better person and a better father," the sage prof continues.
As though to prove that hypothesis, Chris uses his son Lux as a prop in the film.
We guess it's good that they're spending time together, but a YouTube vanity project dad might be the only thing worse than an Instagram dad.