Mackenzie McKee‘s mind-blowing body got its moment today. The “Teen Mom OG” star who recently showed Instagram her “ramen” to riches story with a fancy SUV she bought in cash updated her account on Friday with a reminder of her smokeshow workout body, Body by Mac fitness brand, and – as is often the case from the 25-year-old – some candid honesty. Mackenzie, who competed in a bikini-modeling fitness competition in 2019, explained her entire mindset as she updated straight from the gym. You know the drill, scroll for all the photos.
Scroll for the photo seeing Mackenzie called “an inspiration” – McKee continues to both grieve the December 2019 loss of mom Angie Douthit and battle her rocky marriage to husband Josh. The image was a simple one, but it worked. Mackenzie had been snapped standing square in front of the camera as she flaunted her muscle machine of a body. The Oklamoma native wore skin-tight black shorts and a white tank. Arms up in the air and a sassy open mouth blending into a smile completed the shot, but this was as much about the caption as the photo.
A lengthy caption from Mackenzie opened by announcing that “most people think I live the lifestyle I do because I want to look good.” The star continued by confirming she’d taken two weeks off living in the gym during quarantine, finding herself anxious, tired, and craving junk food. “I was so tired I had energy for absolutely nothing. My self confidence was shot to nothing. My brain was foggy and I felt like I was losing my memory. I was so quick to get angry and spent most of my day sitting around,” she wrote. Keep scrolling for her stunning bikini body.
Mackenzie, who has updated her Instagram while sitting in the splits for her “morning reading,” added: “Gaining my energy and mental clarity back, feeding my body with the right stuff, sleeping better, and feeling my boss babe self.” Celebrity Instagram accounts are ideal for promo, though, with Mackenzie mentioning her Body By Mac fitness plans, alongside the Justice Nutrition company she fronts. She offered a 20% discount code for the products, with fans responding positively – and this girl will get trashed when Instagram isn’t happy that she’s promoting BoomBod weight-loss shots.
Mackenzie made headlines six days ago for an Instagram update showing off her new wheels. The caption has since been deleted as Mackenzie appeared to misspell ramen as “ramon,” but the message was clear. As The Blast documented, Mackenzie wrote: “”3 years ago I was looking for dropped quarters around the house to buy my kids Ramon noodles trying to network market and cut hair for a living.” She then marked the achievement of founding her fitness brand. As The Blast documented, responses were, however, mixed, with some fans thinking that Mackenzie’s television appearances had easily paved the way to her increased income. Mackenzie has 984,000 Instagram followers.