Kailyn Lowry edges in her thoughts about the Farrah Abraham and Drita D’Avanzo social media feud

‘Teen Mom’ star Kailyn Lowry seems to have decided to give her two cents on the heated social media war between her former co-star Farrah Abraham and ‘Mob Wives’ star Drita D’Avanzo. She took to Twitter to respond to a user who said that “Someone needs to slap the sh** out of Farrah”. Lowry, who played it safe, hinted that even if someone did, it wouldn’t be her. This comment comes just a day after the news that Farrah wanted to file a restraining order against D’Avanzo.

After Farrah called the D’Avanzo a has-been, she took to Instagram to respond to Farrah threatening her that “the last time someone tried to test” her, they had to put her behind bars. D’Avanzo said, ” Listen, I don’t care, it’s irrelevant. I don’t care that she’s a d—ckless unemployed blow job. As long as you’re not my kid, it doesn’t bother me. However, what does bother me is when I’m hanging out with you and you’re nice and you’re cool and then I wake up in the morning to hear that you’re ripping me to shreds on your IG.

“I don’t know who you dealt with in the past but you got the wrong motherf—-er. I no longer assault anybody, OK? Because the last time someone tried to test me, they ended up putting me in jail. You’re not worth it. However, I might have to make an exception,” she said, “But I will tell you one thing, I’m not gonna close-fist punch your face in, I’m going to open hand smack the f—k out of you, straight up, on sight, just so you know.”

In response, Farrah tweeted saying that D’Avanzo was acting like a criminal and using her to get fame and made sure she told her that her lawyer will now be involved now that she has threatened her.

The 42-year-old Albanian reality star, D’Avanzo has been arrested before for attacking a woman. According to TMZ, she got “into a verbal dispute with another woman, and when things got heated … D’Avanzo threw and landed several punches.” The incident is said to have occurred on Staten Island.

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