Teen Mom fans concerned over Briana DeJesus' baby daddy Devoin's 'slurred speech' during first sleepover with their kids

TEEN Mom fans expressed their concern over Briana DeJesus' baby daddy Devoin's "slurred speech" during his first sleepover with both of their kids.

The former couple share daughter Nova, 10, while Devoin is also an active father figure to Briana's four-year-old daughter Stella who she shares with ex Luis Hernandez.

The girls headed off for their first overnight stay at Devoin's place together on Friday, as the reality star recorded the trio walking outside of his apartment.

It appeared they were headed to the pool as the girls wore their swimsuits and the father-of-one wore his sunglasses.

Devoin didn't share any additional photos from their time together, though fans grew worried about his behavior as he was carrying a red solo cup for the trip.

Viewers also pointed out he seemed to be slurring his words while he was rapping in the video.

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After he shared the clip to his Instagram, one fan commented: "Anyone else think he's slurring his words just a tad?"

Some others jumped in to defend the devoted dad's rapping skills claiming they are not an indication that he's under the influence.

A second person chimed in adding: "you must not watch this show. That's literally how he talks lol"

Another user also feared alcohol may have played a factor however, writing: "I hope he not drunk again"

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The comment was in reference to Devoin's previous attempt at a sleepover with his biological daughter Nova, which ended in disaster when he got drunk at the pool.

Briana's two girls seemed excited to spend the night with her ex according to a post she shared following the drop-off.

The 27-year-old mom joked on Twitter that she was "hurt" that her daughters were so eager to spend the night away.

She tweeted: "First time both of the girls are staying over d's house. I dropped them off and they didn't even care when I left."

She went on: "I am hurt. tell my babies I love them."


Devoin, 29, was recently praised for his treatment towards his biological daughter and her half-sister.

He posted a cute video of them all having a nice meal to his Instagram Story, which was saved by user Teen Mom Chatter.

Fans loved the equal attention he gave both girls, making their appreciation known in the comments.

“ Parenthood is ROUGH even under the best circumstances. But the love he has for both the girls is incredible and undeniable," one wrote.

“He is a true man/dad for stepping up for Nova and Stella. Tons of respect for him," another remarked.

A third commented: “The real MVP. Showing these girls what they deserve always!!!”

While another said: “It is so special that he loves Stella just the same as Nova. What a good guy!!”

Stella's father Luis has been in and out of their daughter's life since she was born in 2017.

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Briana claimed last year that he's holding a grudge against her for not being with him long-term and is taking his resentment out on his daughter.

In a recent Teen Mom: Girls' Night In clip, Briana opened up about finding a possible lawyer to discuss Luis signing away rights to their four-year-old.

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