Teen Mom Jenelle Evans twerks in lingerie and sweatpants for raunchy new TikTok after shutting down body-shaming trolls

TEEN Mom alum Jenelle Evans twerked in lingerie and sweatpants for a sexy new TikTok video.

The TV personality, 30, decided to share the raunchy dance video just days after shutting down body-shaming trolls.

Continuing her love of dancing on TikTok, Jenelle posted a new clip of her getting down to Lil. Eaarl’s Bend It Ova.

She wore sexy, see-through lingerie with a pair of gray sweatpants over top of them.

At first, she looked straight at the camera as she sang along to the song, moving her hips side to side and in a circle.

After doing a few arm moves, she turned to the side and started twerking as the song repeated the lyrics “Bend it over.”

She captioned the video: “Idk what to say,” with a laughing crying emoji.

The sultry video comes after Jenelle shut down body-shaming trolls with a different kind of lingerie TikTok.

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After watching one of Jenelle’s recent videos, one troll commented: “She let herself go lmao.”

Seeing the rude note, the ex Teen Mom made a reaction video to it.

For the clapback clip, she wore a sexy black lace bodysuit with a pair of body-hugging jeans, a red blazer, and a black hat.

Instead of dancing, she showed how much she didn't care about the rude comment in a different manner.

The clip began with Jenelle leaning in close to the camera and mouthing the words to the backing track, which asked: “Are you new here?”

She then proceeded to sit back a little, showing off her full, curve-hugging outfit, and chugged a beer.

In the caption, Jenelle clapped back at the troll and wrote: “My dude… Does it look like I care?"

Fans jumped into the comments to defend the reality star, as well.

“No… she’s a REAL woman. Not trying to be looking like everyone else,” one user wrote.

Another told Jenelle: “It’s called living and being happy. Do you boo, you look fabulous.”

A third fan wrote: “No, she just stopped caring what others thought and does what makes her happy. Love it!"

This is far from the first time Jenelle has clapped back at trolls, as she's received rude body-shaming comments often pop up on her dance videos, which she's been posting the last couple of years.

In 2020, tired of haters trying to make her feel bad about her figure, she fought back with a body-positive dance video.

She showed off her curves in a crop top and leggings while dancing “like nobody is watching.”

Letting it all go, she grooved to Wait a Minute! by Willow Smith.

She captioned the post: “Dance like nobody is watching!!! Since #quarantine I’ve been dancing a lot more and forgot how much I loved it!”

The 30-year-old added along with a middle finger emoji: “Judge me if you will, body shame me if you will but I love myself sooo."

Jenelle put her curves and confidence, on display in form-fitting black leggings and a white crop top while swaying her hips and bum to the 2015 track off Will Smith’s daughter’s Ardipithecus album.

Though she was expecting a lot of hurtful comments, Jenelle actually got a lot of love from her followers.

Last year, Jenelle hit back at a body-shamer in a TikTok clip after the troll asked why she wasn't "thin" anymore.

The Teen Mom 2 alum insisted she was "totally insecure" when she was skinnier several years ago and is "happy" with her weight now.

The MTV alum took fans through her struggles with body image over the years, sharing photos from 2015 until 2021.

"Back in 2015 I started gaining weight and also I was being cheated on," she explained of a series of throwback photos.

"And this is when I was feeling totally insecure and feeling like I needed to something about my body or I wouldn't be loved."

Sharing several snaps of herself working out, Jenelle went on: "So I started going to the gym. Like damn, I looked good… but was I happy? No.

"Was I trying to impress people? Yeah."

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