Teen Mom's Kailyn Lowry slams fan theory ex husband Javi is Creed's dad and says baby is 'only quarter black'
TEEN Mom's Kailyn Lowry has slammed a theory saying her ex husband Javi Marroquin is baby Creed's dad after fans questioned the color of his skin.
The mom-of-four recently gave birth to her second child with Chris Lopez, a boy named Creed.
She already has son, Isaac, 8, Lincoln, now 4, with ex husband Javi and daughter Lux with ex boyfriend Chris.
The reality star took to her Podcast, Coffee and Convos, and squashed rumors Javi fathered baby Creed.
She said to her co-host Lindsie Chrisley: "You and one other person sent me some clickbait that was posted by one castmate in particular about Javi being Creed’s Dad."
“First of all, there’s absolutely no truth to that. Javi and I have not been together in years. And, furthermore, I don’t know if people don’t realize that the baby is only 1/4 white. So, Chris is half Black."
“You mean 1/4 Black,” Chrisley interjected.
“Yup, that’s exactly what I mean," she added. "The baby is only 1/4 Black and I don’t know. There was a huge possibility that the baby could come out white. And, um, if you put Lincoln next to Creed, Lincoln is also darker than Creed.
"So if that’s what they were getting at, I’m not really sure that they were on the right track.
“Maybe everyone should go back to high school and re-learn how to do a punnet square, because what they’re saying doesn’t even make sense.”
Kailyn and Chris are not together anymore and last week she revealed he hasn't seen newborn son Creed in "a while," but hopes coparenting "improves."
In an interview with Too Fab, Kailyn revealed some shocking details about her coparenting relationship with Chris just weeks after giving birth.
She said: "I haven't talked to Chris in awhile, so he hasn't seen Creed in a while.
"But, you know, there's always room to improve that so hopefully it improves."
Earlier this month, Kailyn also begged fans to "stop commenting" on Creed's skin color.
Chris responded on Instagram after followers said the newborn wasn't actually his.
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