Mackenzie McKee attacked MTV producers on social media in a vitriolic tirade as the spinoff series began filming without her.
Since 2011, the 27-year-old had appeared intermittently in the long-running series, but he was not requested to return for the new season.
Mackenzie has made it quite clear in a series of tweets that the decision was not mutual.
“They act as if I don’t exist and can’t explain to my attorney why I’m an hour away. So this is painful, “She posted many crying face emojis in apparent response to her former co-stars who are presently filming the spinoff series.
One fan responded to her tweet with a notion as to why the Teen Mom OG alum was terminated from the reality show.
“I believe you were let go because of the remark you made about Harris. Morgan is a fan of Harris. Nonetheless, it’s terrible. Everyone adores you,” they responded, referring to her previous characterization of Vice President Kamala Harris as a “brown woman.“
Mackenzie replied with her viewpoint: “After that, they filmed two complete seasons with me. If this is the case, they need only contact me or my boss to clarify. I would honor that.”
She went on: “On the Internet, the phrase was “let’s lie and let her find out through her co-stars.” Who cares how much that hurts?” Catelynn Lowell, 30, just posted photos on Instagram from her “girls’ getaway.” In the forest, she posed with Jade Cline, 25, Briana DeJesus, 28, and Maci Bookout, 30.
The MTV personality had “tonnes of fun” with Amber Portwood, 32, and Leah Messeh, 29 in another Instagram shot.
The television stars may have filmed the new reality program together. The network just confirmed the merging of two shows, Teen Mom: The Next Chapter (working title).
The network’s press statement noted, “The casts of ‘Teen Mom OG’ and ‘Teen Mom 2’ are currently in various phases of motherhood; some have infants, while others are raising adolescents! However, they all share the unique experience of becoming young mothers.
The statement added, “For the first time, the moms and all their experiences will be brought together in a supersized series that focuses on the special bond this ‘Mom Group’ has as they face the realities of motherhood and adulthood while embracing the next part of their lives together.”
NO MORE RESPECT
In February, Mackenzie told The Sun in an exclusive interview whether or not she will return to Teen Mom. She disclosed to The Sun that she was not invited to film for the upcoming season, but that she has been “praying on” the matter.
Mackenzie said: “MTV was present during the birth of my first kid and was an integral part of my mother. They have always respected my mother, and she has always cherished them.”
She was previously overlooked for the Family Reunion spinoff.
The proprietor of Body By Mac revealed, “It pained and shattered my heart because my mother gave them the last breath of her life, but after I had opened my life to them when my voice didn’t sound like theirs, they lost all respect for me.”
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The young mother shares children Gannon, 10, Jaxie, 8, and Broncs, 5, with her husband Josh, who has been accused of infidelity.
The snub occurred in the midst of Mackenzie’s battle with her co-star Cheyenne Floyd, 29, who called her “ignorant” for using a racial epithet on social media. After making a contentious remark on her Facebook page, the conflict began.
She penned: “Sorry, but no. There are plenty of incredible ladies for my daughters to admire and view as role models. Kamala Harris is not included in this group.
“It boggles my mind that of all the incredible women of color in the world, she is the one making history.” While Teen Mom viewers criticized Mackenzie over the remark, Cheyenne encouraged her Twitter followers to “educate.”
She also criticized her former co-star, describing Mackenzie’s remarks as “very naive.“
Mackenzie has since apologized for her comments, but it is unclear whether they were the reason she was fired from the show.