TEEN Mom OG star Mackenzie McKee showed off her toned stomach as she twerked in a new video.
The fun clip comes after the 26-year-old slammed “cancel culture.”
Mackenzie showed off her toned abs in a new TikTok videoCredit: TikTok @mackenziemckee1
The clip comes after she slammed ‘cancel culture’Credit: TikTok @mackenziemckee1
The MTV star appeared on the screen five times as she performed a number of dance moves, including twerking.
She shook her booty, whipped her hair around and dropped to the floor as she performed the routine.
The drama began when Mackenzie claimed Cheyenne has “cut her off” after she called VP Kamala Harris a “colored woman” in a Facebook post.
She showed off her twerking skills in the clipCredit: TikTok @mackenziemckee1
The TV personality duplicated herself for the clipCredit: TikTok @mackenziemckee1
Back in January, Teen Mom OG fans labeled as Mackenzie racist after she called Vice President Kamala Harris a “colored” woman.
The mom wrote on her Facebook page: “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.
“It blows my mind that out of all the amazing colored women in this world, that is the one who is making history.”
The mother of three apologized for her behavior in the latest episode of Teen Mom, while she also took to her Instagram Stories afterwards to claim that she’s been “written off” for her mistake.
She spoke about ‘cancel culture’ following the recent Teen Mom OG reunionCredit: Instagram
Mackenzie argued she wasn’t left ‘room for growth’
She began: “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.”
She shares three kids with husband JoshCredit: TikTok
During the recent Teen Mom OG reunion, Mackenzie spoke with a social rights activist from Color Of Change in an attempt educate herself more on her racially insensitive comments.
The TV personality was asked: “What are some of the things you feel like you’ve learned since you said that?”
Mackenzie replied: “My privilege. I used to say ‘how am I privileged I’ve been through hard things too.’
“But I realized I never had it hard because of my skin color.”
Mackenzie spoke with a social rights activist to educate herself more on her racially insensitive commentsCredit: MTV