Mackenzie Mckee isn't going to let the online trolls win. The former Teen Mom 3 star reached her breaking point earlier this week after she received a handful of hateful messages about her parenting. Keep scrolling for details.
The reality star posted a story about her day alone with her children. After sharing that her boys possibly hurt a ferret, she received a lot of backlash. "Pet land: if that poor ferret died because Broncs and Gannon we're pulling at it from each end fighting over it. Sorry, however, they really are not worth $200 though," the story posted on Facebook read.
After hours of online abuse and crying for "six hours," Mackenzie issued an apology. "I'm sorry. I can't handle anymore. Today was my breaking point. I've done my best. And with everyone telling me I should just kill myself, maybe you're right," she wrote in a now deleted tweet.
Shortly after the message, fans began to panic. "I'm okay," the reality star told RadarOnline.com. "People can only tell me to kill myself so many times before I break."
"It is blowing my mind that people are doing that. It was like not even one second, my son tried to grab it, I ran across and took it away and gently put it back into the basket. And now I'm getting told to kill myself, I'm getting told I shouldn't be a mom," she added.
"You cannot cyber bully people to the extent that I have been cyber bullied today," Mackenzie added. "I don't think that I'm a bad parent. I don't think my kids are bad. I've never even knew such nasty things could be said about someone."