Teen Mom Mackenzie McKee slams MTV for 'cutting out reunion scene' with dad talking about her late mom's death

TEEN Mom Mackenzie McKee slammed MTV for "cutting out reunion scene" featuring her dad Brad talking about her late mom Angie's death.

The reality star has been quite open recently, especially about her feud with Cheyenne Floyd.

The 26-year-old took to Twitter to share her thoughts about the network that employs her, as she tweeted: "My daddy poured his heart out when filming the reunion and opened up about grief and depression from missing his wife.

"It was beautiful but they left it all out and focused on something else. I wish you all could have seen."

Mackenzie’s mom Angie passed away on December 9, 2019 after a nearly two-year battle with brain cancer.

Since her mom's death, the MTV star has struggled with depression and previously even admitted she contemplated suicide.

She told her husband Josh on Teen Mom OG: “Even though I am trying, a lot is going on right now and I need help. Sometimes you don’t like when I cry out to you, but it is very hard to want to be alive right now.

“Something has got to happen because something bad is going to happen…”

Mackenzie and her siblings recently got tattoo tributes to their late mom Angie.

The mother of three has been very vocal lately, as she has also claimed fellow co-star Cheyenne "cut her off" after she called VP Kamala Harris a "colored woman" in a Facebook post.

After apologizing for her choice of words when referring to the VP, Mackenzie would then take it to her Instagram Stories and say: "If we write people off, cut them out and continue with this cancel culture that's not leaving room for growth.

"And if we're not leaving room for growth, we can't unite and come together.

"You guys are all chanting every day 'love', 'choose love', 'let's have peace' – we can't do that if we don't leave room for growth."

Cheyenne would reply after Mackenzie made the comment that kicked off all the chaos, as she tweeted: “It’s time to have a conversation, a form, something to educate and enlighten because the ignorance is pervasive.”

Mackenzie then said in a since-deleted Instagram Live: "Cheyenne tweeted that I’m ignorant. I would’ve gone live with her, I would’ve gone on her podcast.

"I talked to Cheyenne, and I thought things were going to be amazing, but it was just a downward spiral from there…"

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