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Nathan Griffith tries to apologize to Barbara after making excuses for outburst

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Nathan Griffith can't make up his mind.

After last week's "Teen Mom 2" aired on MTV, showing a screaming match he had engaged in with Jenelle Evans' mom, he took to Twitter where he apologized for his actions.

Then, days later, he was seen in a featured "Teen Mom 2" moment, during which he claimed it was Barbara who had disrespected him by calling him a freeloader (he has no job or car). At the time, Jenelle also made excuses for her man, who had accused her mom of getting her hooked on heroin during the argument.

But now, he has once again changed his tune and is back to apologizing for his actions.

In a new sneak peek, obtained by Wetpaint Entertainment on March 18, Nathan tells Barbara, "I am very sorry. I hope you see the genuine-ality of me. I'm a good guy."

In response, Barbara said, "You know what I accept your apology but I'm very upset about it because I've done nothing but dedicate my life to my children, and for you to say that I'm a bad mother is wrong."

Barbara has a major point. Not only is she a good mom, she's also taken on Jenelle's responsibilities by raising her son for her. But even if she hadn't, Nathan was completely out of line and his behavior was disgusting. Hopefully, he's learned his lesson.


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