For those who thought Kim Kardashian’s 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries was short lived, wait until they hear about “Teen Mom 2” star Jenelle Evan’s 26-day marriage to Courtland Rodgers.

The MTV starlet took to Twitter just days after she walked down the aisle with Rodgers to announce that she would be getting a divorce from her husband, whose marital bliss didn’t even last a full month.

Part of their problem could have been that the two only knew each other for two months before deciding to dive head first into marriage.

Evans nonchalantly wrote on the mini blogosphere:

“I just want to let everyone know that it is my fault that Courtland and I are going to get a divorce because I left last night at 3 am ... To go hang out with his worst enemy and left him home sleeping and worried,” she tweeted on Friday.

Evans seemed to be taking the break-up pretty well and let her followers know she was moving on as they began to weigh in.

She wrote, “Now I got broke up with and I don't even care cause o well right?? I love u tori.”

Even though Evans has had a cool head about their split, Rodgers has  taken to the media to lash out at his wife. He has accused her of using heroin with her ex-boyfriend Keiffer Delp, with whom she had a tumultuous relationship.

Evans, Rodgers and Delp have all been having public Twitter fights in the days leading up to the couple announcing their decision to split on the social media site.

On Dec. 22 Rodgers pleaded with Delp to leave his wife alone.

“It’s funny people think I am a junkie wait till they see this next season on how u did jenelle and got her hooked on heroin … she almost died cuz of u dumbass,” he added.

“U got jenelle strung out and then bailed on her when she needed u most! And everyone thinks u are the good guy! This is sad,” Courtland tweeted to Kieffer about Evan’s Sept. 20 stint in the hospital.

Evans hasn’t clearly commented about her drug addiction, only relaying via Twitter:

”no lies, I’m under contract. Can’t talk about production.”

“Teen Mom 2” airs on MTV every Monday night at 10 p.m. eastern.