The Internet Isn't Happy With Jenelle Evans Slamming Deceased YouTube Star Stevie Ryan

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MTV star, Jenelle Evans is finding herself on the receiving end of social media backlash after taking to Twitter to comment on the death of YouTube sensation, Stevie Ryan.

On Monday morning, the Teen Mom 2 star took to Twitter to express her condolences, writing, "I know we pretty much hated each other, but I'm sorry you had to go so soon pretty girl," adding hashtag "rest in peace" and at-replying to Stevie Ryan.

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The mother of three deleted the tweet shortly after posting with many social media users accusing Evans of using Ryan's death as a way to garner attention for herself.

Evans and Ryan famously feuded for years dating back to 2014. The two butted heads after the late TV personality said that Evans' 2014 custody battle for her seven-year-old son Jace was her own fault. Ryan went on to say that Evans did not raise her child well, thus why the MTV starlet was possibly going to lose custody.

At the time, Evans tweeted, "Who [are you] again? Yeah, a washed up wanna-be reality star."

It was reported Monday that Ryan, 33, died from an apparent suicide. The L.A. coroner's office posted a note on its website to confirm that she died in her Los Angeles home. The cause of death was listed as suicide by hanging.

In her acting career, Ryan was most known for her celebrity impressions of stars such as Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber. Most notably, she created a hit YouTube series called Little Loca. The sketch series was later picked up by VH1 and turned into a series titled Stevie TV, which ran from 2012-2013.

Ryan also co-hosted 2015 E!'s talk show Sex With Brody, a gig that featured Brody Jenner. Ryan's most recent work was with her podcast titled, Mentally Ch(ill).

Even though she boasted a large social media presence, Ryan says that she received a lot of online hate.

"No matter who you are... You can be the most talented person in the world and you put anything on the Internet and all you're going to get is hateful responses," she said. "I didn't know that at the time. I don't think anyone knew that yet. I was like, 'Oh hell no they didn't! These b---hes do not know what they just asked for!'"

Ryan continued by saying,"So then I created Little Loca thinking, 'I'm going to hand YouTube its ass right now.' I created Little Loca and thought I'd just do it and freak people out."

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