Teen Mom Mackenzie Mckee SNUBBED from MTV's Girls Night In special after Cheyenne Floyd slammed her over 'racist' word

AFTER facing backlash for using a 'racist' word to describe Kamala Harris, Mackenzie Mckee was SNUBBED by MTV in the casting for its new show, Girls Night In.

Cheyenne Floyd, who accused Mackenzie of racism, will star alongside Catelynn Lowell, Maci Bookout and Amber Portwood.


MTV announced the new show – a watch party of sorts – back in December 2021, revealing that it would star the four Teen Mom castmates reacting to episodes of the show.

The network released a teaser for the show on Tuesday, along with a preview for Teen Mom Family Reunion.

When the show was announced, the network teased some "surprise appearances," which Starcasm speculated would include husbands and kids.

The site suggested that Mackenzie may appear, but noted that she had a "falling out" with the cast

In October, months before the show was announced, Catelynn shared a behind the scenes photo from what appears now to be a promo shoot for the show.

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The photos – which did not include Mackenzie – sparked questioned from fans about why the Teen Mom OG star wasn't included.

ON HER OWN

When Mackenzie shared a behind the scenes shoot of her own on TikTok and Instagram, fans seized the opportunity to ask what was up.

The post included a caption that read: "Learn to find your self-worth in how God sees you. He chose YOU for this world.

"Our self-worth is not to be determined by others."

A fan commented: "You didn't go to the Teen Mom family reunion?"

Mackenzie replied: "I was not invited."

She later shared a post about being "left out," standing in solidarity with others who had been there.

The Oklahoma native wrote: "To anyone who was ever the only one left out…my love to you.

"It's definitely not easy on your mental health.

"Please choose to always remember exactly how it makes you feel and never take part in doing it to anyone else.

"Be bigger and better than that."

'NOT ONE OF THEM'

The drama kicked off in January, after the election.

Mackenzie took to Facebook to voice her opinions on the winners, focusing on Vice President Kamala Harris.

The Teen Mom star wrote: "Sorry, no. There are a lot of amazing women in the world for my daughters to look up to and see as role models.

"Kamala Harris is not one of them."

She added: "It blows my mind that out of all the amazing colored women in this world, that is the one who is making history."

Mackenzie faced backlash from followers who called her "ignorant" and "dumb."

One Reddit user wrote: "Oh geeze. That's awful. How are people STILL this ignorant?"

Amid the criticism, Mackenze personally apologized to Cheyenne in a tense phone call.

She's still facing fallout as a result, however.



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