Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry's baby daddy Chris Lopez slammed after he shades star for bringing his kids with 'dirty shoes'

TEEN MOM Kailyn Lowry's baby daddy Chris Lopez has been slammed after he shaded the star for bringing his kids for a visit in "dirty shoes".

Chris and Kailyn's bitter relationship has reached new depths of late after he welcomed a baby boy with his new partner, whose name isn't known.

Despite the new addition, Chris still has time to take swipes at his ex, and savagely tweeted about her earlier this week.

He sniped: "Bruh, if I sent my kids with shoes that were two sizes too small, no shoes, and shoes dirty as f*** I'd be on every blog page within 15 minutes."

But Teen Mom fans were unimpressed, and laid into him in replies and comments.

One wrote: "Maybe buy your kids their own shoes for your time with them. Just a thought."

Another pointed out: "She shouldn’t have to send anything. Have your own shit for them 🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️

A third said: "He thought it was doing something with this post. Buy YOUR children shoes and clothing too! 🤦🏽‍

"You should have stuff for your children when they are under your care as well."

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Chris and Kailyn share four-year-old Lux, and one-year-old Creed.

Their tense relationship has blown up recently after she told fans Chris "f***ed" her nemesis Briana DeJesus after the two spent a few days together in Miami.

Kailyn claimed Briana and Chris hooked up after her baby daddy attempted to back Briana in their messy legal battle.

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