Back in August, former 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom 3 cast member Mackenzie McKee welcomed her third child.
Shortly after the arrival of little Broncs (yes, she named her child Broncs.), Mackenzie announced that she was closing up shop and “getting these tubes tied.”
So you can imagine her shock when she learned yesterday that she’s pregnant with her fourth child.
Of course, she probably breathed a sigh of relief after realizing that diagnosis came not from a doctor, but from a few dozen nosy Instagram commenters.
After posting the above photo of herself with husband Josh, Mackenzie was flooded with comments informing her that she is several months along.
Fans wondered if she’s chosen a name yet.
The always socially-active McKee (more on that in a little bit) took to Twitter to sarcastically set the record straight, writing:
“Thank you Instagram for informing me I’m pregnant with baby number 4… we are so excited!”
This isn’t the first pregnancy rumor that Mackenzie has faced in recent months, and certainly not the first time she’s made news.
Back in February, prior to reports that she and Josh split, a rumor that she was knocked up for the fourth time spread on social media.
When a fan asked her about this directly, the Mack replied:
“O goodness sakes no. This girl is spade [sic] all the way.”
Despite the fact that her show got canceled, McKee’s life has remained a constant source of entertainment for drama-loving fans.
She may wish she were still on MTV, but she’s gone all-out to provide us with a reality show of sorts with a wide variety of antics.
Back in January, Mackenzie split from her husband after getting publicly called out for cheating in a truly epic Facebook beef.
(They’ve since managed to work things out.)
In February, video of McKee’s son kissing a dead dog (the family pet had recently passed away) created an uproar online.
Like we said, she’s definitely found a way to keep her fan base engaged online.
Unfortunately, her one-woman social media soap opera has yet to translate to another chance at MTV stardom.
Mackenzie was pissed when Briana DeJesus was chosen to star on Teen Mom 2 after both stars moms were interviewed by the network.
McKee griped on social media last week:
“I’ve been consistent with followers.”
“She deleted her social media once; I helped her get her following back. And here she is on Teen Mom!”
Maybe producers figured Mackenzie wouldn’t be much of a draw, as she’s out there giving away the drama for free on a daily basis.
Why buy the cow when everyone else gets the milk for free?