Enough is enough!
Jenelle Evans wants to be done with all of the drama on social media — especially when it comes to haters in her comment section.
In response to negative comments on her social media pages, the former MTV star, 30, took to her Instagram Story on Tuesday, March 22, to tell her followers that she has no energy for internet trolls anymore.
"Gotta love when people want to bring up old drama and send everyone to my account flooding my page with hateful comments on TikTok," she wrote in her post on Tuesday, without divulging the details of what specific drama she was referring to.
"I'm so exhausted with BS I want peace, love and supportive friends," she added, while noting her "depression has kicked in."
She followed up her post with another Instagram Story, explaining that she has become "more and more of an introvert because of my life experiences and it sucks."
As we know, the reality star — who first rose to fame on Teen Mom 2 — was fired from the network in 2019 after her husband, David Eason, shot and killed their family dog for biting their daughter, Ensley, who was two years old at the time.
While it's unclear what went down to prompt Evans' post on Tuesday, the former TV personality doesn't appear to be messing around. She even turned off the comment feature on all of her TikTok posts to block any more messages from haters.
Aside from the social media drama, Evans is already dealing with new health complications, which she detailed for the first time earlier this month.
After suffering from an unknown illness for years, Evans was finally given a diagnosis of fibromyalgia, an incurable condition characterized by widespread pain throughout the body, which she opened up about in a recent interview, as OK! learned.
"Living life every day is challenging because of having only a little bit of energy to be able to get my work done then [having] to go to bed early due to headaches or body aches," she stated at the time, while noting she is just relieved to have an answer to what has been going on with her health.