Teen Mom Mackenzie McKee tells her kids grandma is ‘never coming home’ after tragic cancer death in heartbreaking video – The Sun

TEEN Mom star Mackenzie McKee told her kids their grandma is "never coming home" after she died from cancer.

The distraught 25-year-old was seen fighting back tears as she broke the news of her mother Angie Douthit's death in a heartbreaking preview clip from Teen Mom OG.

Mackenzie's mom died in December after battling cancer for two years.

The reality star, who paid tribute to her beloved mom at the time, is now reliving the tragedy as the scenes play out on her show.

In a harrowing teaser, the mom-of-three's seen emotionally preparing her kids for Angie's death.

“Nanny’s not going to get to come home from the hospital, OK?” Mackenzie tells her seven-year-old son, Gannon.


When he asks if she’ll “never, ever, ever” get to leave, she explains that this is the end for his grandma.

“I think it’s time for her to go to heaven,” the tearful reality star says.

Mackenzie and her husband Josh have three children Gannon, seven, Jaxie Taylor, five, and Broncs Weston, three.

Angie was diagnosed with brain cancer in January 2018 and just a few months later, the disease had spread to her lungs and bones.

She began chemotherapy in June and seemed to be doing better, but the cancer returned last year.

Back in September, Angie revealed she had 10 tumors in her brain and other "tiny" tumors in her lungs.

She stopped chemotherapy in August and died four months later.

Mackenzie has since paid tribute to her mom in several searingly emotional posts on social media.

The day after Angie's death, she shared a snap of her mom taking part in a race and wrote: "Momma @angiedouthit has crossed the finish line.

"She did not lose the battle, she won. She is healed and running in heaven in eternity.

"[I don’t know] anyone who left earth with such an impact.”

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