Such a Mystery
She said that “To me, it was kind of weird that they would let me go" over the dog murder issue. "It caught me by surprise because they filmed me on drugs. They filmed me, no lie, nodding out on-camera. They filmed me going to buy marijuana and my director knew I had it in my car."
"There was so much illegal stuff that they filmed. And this wasn’t even part of filming. They weren’t even there and had nothing to do with it. But they still let me go.”
“It was weird to me that they called me and was like, ‘We want to talk to you on the phone,'" she recalled. "I was just so upset I couldn’t talk to them. I was like, ‘I understand. I know you guys are calling me because you’re letting me go. I understand that the media is going crazy right now, and if that’s your decision, I understand.'"
“Then they said, ‘If people ask if you’re fired, you’re not fired. We’re just letting you go for this season.’ So then it gets plastered everywhere that I’m fired."
Where She's At
"People still think I was fired and MTV won’t speak up about it," she said. "And that’s where I’m at.”
She really said all of those things and is STILL trying to convince us that she wasn't fired. Amazing.
But at the end of the day, despite all the hardships, Jenelle still wants to make a return to reality television. Wonder why?
According to Jenelle, it's because “I definitely think I want to share my life in more of a positive light. I would love to share that with my fans, even if it was one season, just to show where I’m at, how I truly am, and to wrap up that my life isn’t as horrible as [MTV] made it out to be."
Just What She Needs
It would be "kind of like a redemption story" for her, and "If it’s just one season, that’s fine with me. But I hate it being left off where it left off at.”
But No Lies
“It wouldn’t just be all roses," she clarified. "I wouldn’t just make sure everything is clean. If me and David have an argument, or say me and my mom have a disagreement, if you’re there to film it, film it. If you want to air it, air it. That’s real. But when you’re trying to push the negativity the entire time, it just makes me upset.”
Speaking of negativity, Jenelle also weirdly took some time during the podcast to talk a little bit of trash about Chelsea Houska.
“You have Chelsea, who they portrayed as the Golden One,” she said. “Like, I knew some things she would do behind closed doors when we would go to the reunion shows but that was never brought up."
She's No Rat
"I’m not trying to rat her out," she claimed, "or even say the things she did but I’m just saying she’s not a goodie-two-shoes. It makes me upset that they wouldn’t show her raw footage but they made me out to be like a villain.”
Come On Now
Jenelle has such a weird obsession with bashing Chelsea, so it's pretty difficult to believe that she would actually know something bad that she did "behind closed doors" and be able to keep it to herself.
Also, Jenelle looked like a villain in that YouTube series that she filmed and edited and posted herself, so maybe that's just the kind of person she is.
On a happier note, she confirms that she and her mother, Barbara, are still getting along!
“I feel like now I have a bigger support system because my mom and David get along," she explained, "and I think I drilled my mom’s head so much to 'Please stop being so loud, please stop being so negative. Stop saying little remarks to David as you walk past him.'"
"I think I drilled that into her head so much, and cut her off every time she’s overstepped herself, that she understands that I’m gonna pull myself back. And then I’m not going to talk to her, and she hates that."
“I feel like everyone’s on the same level ground now and I feel like I have the biggest support system that I’ve ever had," she bragged.
Well, that's enough of that -- The Ashley will be posting more quotes from the deleted podcast later, but we've had about all we can stand for now, right?
Something to Consider
Do you think Jenelle actually believes any of the nonsense she shared here?