Teen Mom Mackenzie McKee reveals new ribcage tattoo under sports bra in sweet tribute to her late mom Angie

TEEN Mom star Mackenzie McKee revealed she got a new tattoo on her ribcage to honor her late mom, Angie.

The 27-year-old’s mother passed away after a battle with brain cancer at the age of 50 in late 2019.


A few weeks ago, the Teen Mom shared a touching tribute on the second anniversary of her mom’s death, and now she’s revealed the latest way she’s honoring her.

While out at the gym, a bare-faced Mackenzie lifted up her sports bra to show off the tattoo she got on her side.

The ribcage ink appeared to be of a bible verse.

She looked emotional as she worked to share the personal artwork, lifting her top with one hand and holding her phone in the other take the mirror selfie.

Explaining more about the special ink, Mackenzie wrote in the caption: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. 

“This is momma’s handwriting.”

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The decision to get Angie’s penmanship permanently marked on her ribcage comes just a few weeks after Mackenzie wrote an emotional note to mark two years since her mom’s death.

She posted a few photos of them together, as well as a touching caption.

In the first snapshot, Mackenzie leaned the side of her head against Angie's forehead as they smiled at the camera. 

In the next sweet snap, the daughter of the Teen Mom OG star, Jaxie, seven, planted a kiss on her grandmother's cheek.

Mackenzie wrote: "It’s been the most challenging two years of my life not having you to guide me."

The reality star thanked her mother for "being such a light in this world."

At the conclusion, Mackenzie reminded her followers to "always be kind."

In late 2019, Mackenzie shared the sad news of her mother’s passing on Instagram, saying Angie had “crossed the finish line.”

The Teen Mom continued of Angie’s cancer battle: “She did not lose the battle, she [won]. She is healed and running in heaven in eternity. 

“Idk anyone who left earth with such an impact, Your entire life you never [wasted] a chance to let the world know Gods love. 

“When we would try to brag on what an amazing person you are you would respond with ‘it’s not me, it’s God.’”

Back in December 2020, Mackenzie took to social media to commemorate the first anniversary of her mother's death.

The TV personality posted a slew of photos from before and during Angie's sickness.

She captioned her post: "One year ago today I watched you take your last breath on earth. A whole year without my glue. Have you ever tried to fix a broken glass object without glue?

"That’s how this year was for me. I grew more than ever. Cried more than ever, a lot of days I didn’t even get out of bed, but also I fought to do and be better more than ever."

The MTV star continued: "Thank you for always believing in me. Thank you for loving me. Thank you for reminding me until the day you left earth that I matter and to reach for the stars."

She concluded: "Every day I strive to make you proud. And thank you for choosing your last days on earth to inspire this world. You are missed momma bear."



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