Teen Mom Mackenzie McKee admits her kids almost KILLED a ferret and threw food at a couple in restaurant during day out

TEEN Mom Mackenzie McKee admitted her three kids Gannon, 10, Jaxie, 7, and Broncs, 5, almost KILLED a ferret and threw food at a couple in a restaurant during a family day out.

The "unacceptable," "pathetic," and "embarrassing" episode comes after Mackenzie shared that super nanny Jo Frost contacted her to help out with Broncs in a recent TikTok video.

Mackenzie, 27, took to Facebook and threw shade at her husband Josh's "accidental fishing trip" and chronicled the day's wild events.

The Teen Mom implied that at the last minute she was left responsible of taking all three kids with her out for the day.

She wrote that there were some "public apologies" she had to make and shared that her kids threw noodles at a couple dining, made farting noises, and cracked bathroom jokes at a Japanese steak house.

Next, Mackenzie claimed that a ferret died at Pet Land because Broncs and Gannon were fighting over it, pulling at the animal from either end.

After that, she posted that one of her sons "crapped up his back" and rubbed it against a display fridge at Best Buy.

Finally, Jaxie ruined three Kylie Cosmetics lipsticks at Sephora, and Mackenzie said she ran out without saying anything after seeing the price.

Mackenzie finished her post: "Other than that the trip was great. Now to my husband… YOU'RE DEAD! #momlife"

Shocked fans took to Reddit to sound off.

The first wrote: "She seems to think their behavior is 'cute.' Animal abuse and property destruction aren't cute."

Another posted: "The ferret things really made me sick. That is a living creature and the fact that they would treat an animal so carelessly showed what kind of people they really are."

A third shared: "Yeah, no… NOT cute, NOT oops, NOT #Momlife… Let's try #Poorparenting, #[email protected], and #AcceptJoFrostsOfferToHelp."

Yet a fourth shared their disappointment: "Moms raise their kids and teach them wrong from right. Moms don't use their child being naughty as a social media opportunity."

Another said: "This idiot uses her children's feral behavior as social media material and gets offended that the general population calls her out on her atrocious parenting?"

A sixth simply posted: "That is SO f****d up!!"


In a recent TikTok video, Mackenzie claimed super nanny Jo Frost contacted her to help out with her children, especially her troubled 5-year-old Broncs.

In the clip, which was re-shared by fan Instagram account TeenMomChatter, Mackenzie told her fans: “My storyline this season is that my kids are bad. Like really bad. I have no control of them."

The mother of three added that she regularly receives messages from concerned fans “diagnosing Broncs with everything from under the moon and sun.”

She continued: “It’s talked about a lot on this season and a lot of people are worried, but I promise it’s not as bad as it looks.

“It’s just been a rough year and Broncs is just like me, so I give him a lot of grace.”

After admitting Mackenzie got herself into “a lot of trouble” during her childhood, she added: “I’m able to help Broncs work through that piece of life.”


The MTV star then noted that some fans expressed their concerns following the latest episode of Teen Mom OG.

She said: “Someone reached out to me and she’s like, ‘Hey, you have some concerned fans who reached out to me. Told me to reach out to you. How can I help you? Like, I want to come to your house and help you.’”

Mackenzie asked the woman who she was and revealed it was Jo, 51.

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The TV personality, who was driving during the video, began to laugh as she hit her hands on the steering wheel.

She continued to tell her fans that hearing from Jo was “so funny” because her mother would threaten to call the Super Nanny when she acted up as a kid.

Mackenzie admitted: “I thought it was a joke. I thought I was being Punk’d. It was real.

“I got a call because you guys are concerned about my son.”

She concluded while laughing: “Y’all, I can’t make this stuff up.”


Jo starred on British reality television show, which featured parents that struggled to get their children to cooperate in a number of situations, including dealing with behavior issues and potty training.

She spent each episode helping the parents to better discipline their children and regain control over their household.

Super Nanny ran on Britain's Channel 4 from 2004-2008, while episodes were available to watch in America on ABC.

Teen Mom fans have been vocal about their concerns for Mackenzie's parenting in the past.


Mackenzie was slammed by fans for starting a fight with her husband Josh while she assigned chores to her three kids in a new show clip.

The Teen Mom struggles with type one diabetes and she blamed the outburst on her fluctuating blood sugar levels.

Josh grumbled: "I'm listening."

Mackenzie said: "Why are you acting like that?

"You are literally so kind when the cameras aren't rolling, and then when you're filming you literally look like you hate everyone."

She continued: "It's embarrassing for me."

Josh replied: "Well, it's embarrassing when you do this right here."

They couple continued the escalating heated argument until Mackenzie stormed out of the room and slammed a door.

A producer of the show chased after her.

Fans chimed into the Teen Mom Instagram account comments slamming the couple fighting in front of the children.

One wrote: "She says this stuff.

"Then she'll fo on the reunion and act like he gets bad editing.

The fan continued: "If he's only nice when cameras aren't around quit the d**n show."

Another expressed: "He likes to appear to be the fun parent while she tries to implement things."

A third posted: "She's always mad at him, yet keeps getting back together with him."

A fourth shared: "This many be a long shot but quite a few cast members have spoken on how Mackenzie put an act for the cameras and to be honest maybe Gannon and Josh are tired of the act?

"They both look at her like wtf are you doing and if you see it on not only her husband's but her child's face there's obviously something going on there."

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