While rumors are continuing to swirl that Jenelle Evans is pregnant with her third child, the MTV “Teen Mom 2” star took to her Instagram account to show that her belly has been getting smaller and smaller, not bigger. In a recent post Evens credited her shrinking frame to flat tummy tea and “light exercise.”

Posting side-by-side photos of her with a bigger stomach and then with an almost flat stomach, the reality star, wrote: “SPOT THE DIFFERENCE: One is before my two weeks on the @flattummytea cleanse, one is after. 2 cups of tea a day (one morning, one at night), some light exercise, a little dedication and ta-da, this is the result. Very happy.”   


Rumors first surfaced that Evans and her boyfriend David Eason were expecting a baby together in May after the blog the Ashley reported that a crew member on the set of the “Teen Mom 2” Season 7 reunion taping said that producers were “freaking out” and not happy that Evans was expecting again. The 24-year-old mom of two responded to the report, writing on Instagram that the blog was “lying.”

“I just wanted to put it out there and since Ashley never spoke to me direct or my team on the ‘exclusive,’ you’re wrong! I am not pregnant,” she posted. “And if I were I wouldn’t be afraid or scared to tell you ‘my fans’ who support me.”

Despite Evans denying she was expecting, the pregnancy rumors continued to swirl and ramped up again when her ex Nathan Griffith commented on her apparent weight gain during the reunion, which aired last month. “You gained like 30 or 40 pounds,” he told her (via InTouch Weekly). Evans once again took to Instagram to address the gossip confirming that she was a little heavier but not because she was pregnant. “I love my body for the way it is,” she captioned a bikini selfie. “Once again, not pregnant… Lol yes I’ve gained weight, healthy weight. This is what happens when you are truly happy in life and in a healthy relationship. Getting back in my workout grind tho!”

Maybe Evans’ latest Instagram post will squash the pregnancy rumors once and for all.