TEEN Mom’s Jenelle Evans was slammed for the $300 price tag she’ll charge people who want to participate in a Tik Tok duet with the star.
The ex reality star has added a new social media package onto her website, Jenelle’s World.
On the page’s products tab, two options are given for fans to purchase a TikTok duet with the mom of three.
For $300, the ad promises “Jenelle will send you your very own personalized duet video.
“AND she will also post it on her TikTok account,” the page said.
For the lesser amount of $150, you can have a duet but the TV personality will not post the clip onto her page.
In an attempt to keep away any online trolls, the fine print noted that “video submissions that are deemed inappropriate will not be refunded.”
Jenelle immediately received backlash for the steep price in the middle of a global pandemic.
One Reddit user questioned: “Does she know there’s a f**king pandemic right now, and nobody is going to pay $250 for that!?”
“$250!!!!???!?! Is this witch crazy?! Holy crap. Girlfriend were in the middle of a pandemic!!!!!
“Lots of people are not working/working as much and or don’t have the income to even pay rent and buy food, but yeah let’s pay you $250 for a 1 minute cringetastic video,” another said.
One fired off: “Is this just like shooting fish in a barrel? Imma try every F**kin’ thing I can to make $ except work and see what happens?
“If she wasn’t such a revolting turd I’d feel secondhand embarrassment for her. Carry on with your ignorant a**.”
Someone pointed out: “She will never learn her market. Her fans cannot afford $250 for a Tik Tok video. Her fans are 16 or the mental equivalent.”
Since then, she has offered fans personalized Cameos for $10 a message.
Jenelle told her Instagram followers in April: “You can now DM me on Cameo if you download the app!” and told users to “swipe” to go to the site.
She added a screenshot of her Cameo profile, in which she charges $75 for a video message or $9.99 for a direct message.
In June, David was arrested on charges of assault with a deadly weapon and communicating threats.
He was quickly bailed out of jail on an unsecured bond, a detention facility spokesperson told The Sun.
The news come just one day after they were seemingly trying to patch things up following a series of arguments.