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‘Teen Mom’ star Kailyn Lowry’s ex goes after her pregnancy in a fight

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Teen Mom” star Kailyn Lowry wants to co-parent Isaac with his father, Jo Rivera, but it sounds like it is turning out to be harder than expected. In fact, he didn’t seem very supportive of Kailyn as she was trying to drop of their son at his place. According to a new Radar Online report published on Feb. 1, “Teen Mom” star Kailyn Lowry is now revealing her maturity when it comes to dealing with Jo Rivera.

On last week’s episode, Kailyn showed up a little late to Jo’s house to drop off Isaac. “Daddy was here,” Isaac turned and said to Lowry as he walked through the front door. “Yeah, daddy is here this time,” Lowry responded to her son. However, it didn’t take long for Jo to yell at Kailyn about her time of arrival. “I wasn’t the one that was late,” Lowry replied. “We were both late.” However, it sounds like

“Alright Jo, I’m leaving,” she said as she spun around to go to her car. “Goodbye. Have a good night.” And while she left the conversation with a neutral comment, he wasn’t as nice. “Hope your f***ing water breaks tonight,” Rivera said under his breath as Lowry walked away.

Do you think he was showing his immature side?

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