Jenelle Evans can't seem to catch a break. The "Teen Mom 2" alum was reportedly "fired" from an influencing gig after her "haters" complained to the company.

According to The Hollywood Gossip, Jenelle was dropped as an influencer for Peanut, an app made for women to discuss and learn about fertility and motherhood. Evans' firing came after the company was bombarded with a barrage of criticism for using the former MTV star as a sort of spokesperson for the brand.

"Peanut, are you kidding me? You let Jenelle Evans promote you using her motherhood?" one user wrote before listing off the reasons why the reality star was not a good choice. Among the users' reasons was the fact that Jenelle does not have custody of her firstborn son. Jace lives with Jenelle's mother, Barbara Evans.

Peanut responded by stating that the offending content had been "removed."

Jenelle has three children -- Jace, 10, with ex-boyfriend Andrew Lewis, and son Kaiser, 5, whom she shares with ex Nathan Griffith. She also has a 3-year-old daughter Ensley with her current husband, David Eason.

In the since-deleted sponsored Instagram post, Jenelle shared a picture of herself and Ensley when she was a newborn.

"This is such a sentimental photo to me," she wrote. "Becoming a mother was really overwhelming for me."

The 28-year-old then suggested that others who feel the same should download the Peanut app.

Jenelle isn't the only "Teen Mom" who Peanut has sought out. Kailyn Lowry, a fellow cast member on "Teen Mom 2," recently paired up with the app for the announcement of her fourth pregnancy.

"Peanut has been an amazing support for me since I found out I was pregnant again," Kail's caption read.

Jenelle's most recent job loss comes after a year of unfortunate events for the reality star. Not only was she fired from her very lucrative gig with MTV in 2019, but she was also dropped by her manufacturer last fall after the unsuccessful launch of her makeup line, JE Cosmetics.

As for what she'll do for money now, fans will have to wait and see.

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Jenelle Evans arrives at the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles on Aug. 30, 2015. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok