The feud between Briana DeJesus and Kailyn Lowry may not be as intense as some of the Teen Mom beefs we've seen over the years.
But it's been going on for quite some time, and at one point, it was serious enough that Briana might have dated Javi Marroquin just to get back at Kail.
Those days are well behind them, and we don't think either mom has any interest in fighting over the newly-engaged Javi at this point.
Still, Briana and Kail never quite buried the hatchet -- their feud just sort of slowly petered out.
Now, however, for the first time in a very long time, DeJesus is speaking openly about her feelings toward Lowry.
And we think everyone -- including Kail -- will be surprised by what she had to say.
According to a new interview with Radar Online, Briana is interested in making peace with Kail -- though she admits the process would be “awkward as hell."
And it seems Bri has a plan to help ease the transition from bitter enemies to colleagues who can peacefully coexist at work functions:
“I know the girls of the Teen Mom OG cast took a trip together. I’m down for a mom’s trip for our cast,” DeJesus tells Radar.
In case it wasn't clear, she added, “That includes bringing Kail."
Obviously, pulling all the Moms away from their disparate lives and shipping them off to a beach together would make for some difficult conversations.
But Bri rightly believes the experience would also yield some compelling television:
“Yeah it would be awkward as hell, but it would make for some great TV,” DeJesus says.
She goes on to clarify that she's not just interested in creating some dramatic moments for the cameras -- Bri says she genuinely wants to make peace with Kail:
“Speaking of Kail I want to make one thing clear- what’s in the past is in the past,” she tells Radar.
As for bygone dust-ups like the time DeJesus and Lowry nearly came to blows at a Teen Mom 2 reunion?
Briana claims that's all behind her now.
"I’m open to being mature, moving on, and filming the reunion as a whole group this year," she says.
In concluding her statements on Kail, Bri concedes that it takes two to tango, and it's up to Lowry to decide if there will be Teen Mom peace in our time:
“Of course, that’s not up to me but I’m putting the ball in her court," DeJesus says.
“It would be a nice change of pace to all be together and let the drama go,”
Well, we guess Kail has to ask herself some tough questions now -- first and foremost: what would DeJesus do?
Sorry, we couldn't resist.