Teen Mom Jenelle Evans’ husband David slammed for calling himself an ‘influencer’ while selling $49 Cameo videos – The Sun

TEEN Mom’s David Eason followed in wife Jenelle Evans footsteps by signing up to be on celebrity video platform Cameo charging $49 per request.

In the bio where stars add resume highlights, fans were quick to call out David, 32, who labelled himself as an “influencer” and emphasized he was “Married to Jenelle Evans.”




The “reality star” has not made any fan videos yet but filmed a personal introduction for his page.

“Hey there all you cool cats and kittens,” he started off in the clip – a reference to Netflix’s Tiger King.

“I’m excited to do some shoutouts for you guys if you want to hit me up. Give a shoutout to your boyfriend, your husband, your Grandpa.

“Your Grandma, all of them… holla at your boy. Cannot wait to talk to you guys,” David added.

Teen Mom fans immediately began to blast the controversial father-of-two for his self-proclaimed job titles.


“INFLUENCER????? Wtf. I guess anyone can say they’re influencers these days. I should start calling myself one,” one person wrote on Reddit.

Another exclaimed: “INFLUENCER?!?! Hahahaha David you ain’t influencing nobody except for the US Secret Service and CPS to do a welfare check on your swamp.”

“But, but but…..he hates the camera & didn't want to be on Teen Mom,” a fan sarcastically wrote – referencing David’s drama-filled firing from MTV in February 2018.

Someone pointed out his lack of employment: “As long as there is social media this man will never get a job!”


Jenelle, 28, is also on Cameo where she charges fans $75 per video message.

The reality star was axed from the network in April 2019 – the same month her husband shot and killed their French bulldog.

“MTV ended its relationship with David Eason over a year ago in February 2018 and has not filmed any new episodes of Teen Mom 2 with him since.

“Additionally, we have stopped filming with Jenelle Eason as of April 6, 2019 and have no plans to cover her story in the upcoming season,” an MTV spokesperson said at the time.

Since their firing, Jenelle has maintained an online presence to pay the bills but many fans wondered how David contributed financially.

In May 2019, the 16 and Pregnant alum confirmed she was the breadwinner of the family as David did not have a job.

“Right now, he’s being basically a stay-at-home dad,” Jenelle admitted to The Ashley.

“Even though he doesn’t have a job, he does have a job at home basically. He’s a lot of help with the kids,” she explained.

She went on to say her on-again-off-again husband used to be a welder but decided to “put that off.”

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