Teen Mom Mackenzie McKee slammed as 'gross' for singing about wanting husband Josh's d**k in front of son Gannon, 10

Teen Mom Mackenzie McKee slammed as 'gross' for singing about wanting husband Josh's d**k in front of son Gannon, 10

12/20/2021

TEEN Mom Mackenzie McKee is in hot water with fans after posting a TikTok video featuring an explicit version of Mariah Carey's All I Want for Christmas, which she filmed in front of son Gannon, 10.

The MTV star deleted the video amid the backlash, but not before it could be reposted on Reddit.


The onslaught of negativity continued on the site, where Teen Mom fans called Mackenzie "gross," writing: "How gross to do that in front of children."

Another commented: "I believe in showing affection to my husband in front of my kids, hugs, quick kisses etc but THIS? IS GROSS"

A third Reddit user complained: "Why would she do this trend in front of her kids? Cringe.

"And no I'm not shaming her for making TikToks just watch what you say in front of kids."

Several commenters ripped Mackenzie for posting this after having close calls of their own with their kids.

One wrote: "I think this just happened to about half the sub. I have a kid in the same age group as Gannon and I just hit mute so fast when this took a turn. She's such trash for doing this with her kid in the car."

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Anther commenter shared a similar experience, writing: "Omg. I thought this was going to be a painful albeit PG karaoke rendition so I watched this with my volume up in the same room as my 6-year-old and I'm still salty about it. I didn't even see it coming."

Mackenzie is no stranger to controversy.

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Not long ago she was banned from joining the Teen Mom season reunion amid a nasty feud with co-star Cheyenne Floyd.

'DELUSIONAL' DRAMA

Cheyenne accused Mackenzie, who is opening a tanning salon in Florida amid the drama, of "bullying" her and slammed her as "ignorant" for using a racial slur on Twitter.

The cast of Teen Mom OG reunited in Los Angeles to film the reunion, but the Oklahoma native was not invited.

After group photos surfaced online, she tweeted: "Being left out because one girls hates me. Cool."

A social media user responded: "I was wondering why you weren't in the pics? I thought you guys all got along."

Mackenzie responded: "Same… I hate how easily my feelings get hurt."

She went on to claim she's the victim of "cancel culture," accusing Cheyenne of having "cut her off" after she called Vice President Kamala Harris an offensive word on Facebook.

CHEYENNE SOUNDS OFF

Cheyenne addressed the drama on her Instagram Story, writing: "I am not an MTV producer… I don't call the shots. But if you feel the need to keep bullying me over things that haven't happened to make you feel seen… Be my guest.

"You have an odd fixation on me. Your rendition of how things happened are beyond delusional and I wish you would focus on yourself and leave me alone."

Mackenzie was later excluded from Teen Mom Family Reunion, the spinoff show set to air in January.

She claimed she felt "left out," adding that it was taking a toll on her "mental health."

Mackenzie told fans on Instagram: "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."



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