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Daddy War? Adam Lind Disses Chelsea Houska's Fiancé Cole DeBoer!

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Source: instagram/@chelseahouska/@adamjoelind

Apr. 20 2016, Published 2:33 p.m. ET

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Source: instagram/@chelseahouska/@adamjoelind

Is there a Teen Mom Daddy war brewing? After Adam Lind posted a photo of the Teen Mom 2 special which featured all of the fathers on the show on Instagram, many fans began wondering why his ex Chelsea Houska's fiancé and Aubree's future stepdad Cole DeBoer wasn't on the show!

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Adam replied to a fan who asked why Cole wasn't on the show he replied, "because Cole isn't a father..."

In this weeks episode of Teen Mom 2, Adam admitted that he isn't "hating"on Cole, however he said, "I know Chelsea's already trying to fill Aubree's head with 'Cole's going to be your new Dad' type of thing. I've seen it and I've heard about it." He continued, "that's one key part of parenting that you should never do like, 'this is your new father,' you don't ever freaking do that, that's terrible."

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Chelsea got engaged to Cole back in the Fall of 2015 and are set to wed in the next few months, which means Cole will be Aubree's new stepdad.

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But Adam wasn't the only one who admitted his feelings about the issues regarding parenting in this weeks episode. "I feel like if he was gone completely, it would be better for her," Chelsea told her mother Mary after Aubree said that Adam doesn't play with her when she spends time with him the way Cole does.

What do you think of Adam's diss to Cole? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!

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