Kailyn Lowry could be out of a job soon if it's up to fans.

The "Teen Mom 2" star is currently facing backlash online over an alleged racist remark she made in 2014 while having a conversation with Jonathan "Jo" Rivera, her ex-boyfriend and father of her 10-year-old son Isaac.

In the clip, which was retweeted by fellow MTV "Teen Mom" star Briana DeJesus on Wednesday, Kail and Jo are discussing their son's appearance from his clothes to his haircut. Kail claims Jo dresses Isaac in a "stereotypical" way when with him -- something she's not a fan of -- and towards the end of the clip, Kail snaps and says, "You dress him like a thug."

"Wtf did I just watch," Briana wrote. "Smh."

In the replies, fans went off about their disapproval of the mother of three (soon to be four) and her actions, some even noting that this wasn't the first instance in which she has said something racially insensitive.

One user took used an example of an experience Briana had with Kail, writing, "No surprise. When she called you and your sister ratchet, there was a connotation behind it."

Another recalled a suspect statement Kail made about her ex-husband, who is the father of her 6-year-old son Lincoln, "The girl needs to go. She has always said [questionable] things. Remember the comment about all of [Javi Marroquin's] family being painters."

"Fire herrr," a third user insisted.

While some people believe that the past should stay in the past (this clip was from 2014), the scene's reemergence comes at a time when reality stars and celebrities are having to pay the consequences for things they have said and done in the past, no matter how long ago it was.


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The same day that Briana shared the video, MTV cut ties with Taylor Selfridge after racists comments from her past came to light, though, she tells a different story.

"MTV pulled 'Teen Mom OG At Home: Cory & Taylor’s Baby Special' from its Tuesday schedule and is ending our relationship with Taylor Selfridge in light of her past racist statements on social media," the network said in a statement. "MTV strongly condemns systemic racism and stands with those raising their voices against injustice."

Whether or not Kail will meet the same fate will reveal itself in due time. In the meantime, she has not commented on the matter.

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Kailyn Lowry is pictured attending the MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 20, 2018, in New York City. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images