Like most stars of Teen Mom, Mackenzie Standifer has a complex relationship with the people who watch the show that made her famous.
For the most part, she seems to enjoy the spotlight, but Standifer has also threatened to quit Teen Mom OG due to harassment from fans.
Standifer has also railed against what she believes to be the show's unfair editing practices targeting her and her family.
It's contentious, to say the least.
And it's always something.
These days, her relationship with the public is as volatile as it was when she first married Ryan Edwards, back in 2017.
Most of the criticism revolves around her relationship with her husband, and due to who he is, some of that is inevitable.
Now that it looks like Edwards might have relapsed, and his loved ones may be working with him to conceal the setback?
Let's just say there's a lot of material for haters - or even genuinely concerned fans trying to show her some tough love.
If she's really helping to hide Ryan's addiction from Teen Mom OG star Maci Bookout, the mother of his son Bentley?
Knowing that he could be a danger to his son if he's using again, then some of the criticism of Mackenzie is justified.
But the Internet is the Internet, which means that amid all the legitimate gripes, people judge and take it WAY too far.
There's a handful of morons - or more than a handful - who just want to take shots at her because she's famous.
Many of these hateful comments revolve around Mackenzie's appearance, because people are horrendous.
Social media is an unforgiving hellscape, particularly if you're a public figure, and if you appear on Teen Mom.
Standifer posted the photo below this week, along with a list of things she's learned about herself during quarantine.
"Your body can do more than you think is possible when you push it," was one revelation she put out into the world.
"Makeup is overrated but self tanner is not," Mackenzie added.
Despite the attempt at positivity in difficult times, some fans had to load up the comments section with unwelcome negativity.
Ironically, the situation started with a compliment.
“Your bestie needs a chin implant,” some random hater replied, a needlessly cruel comment - and Mack clapped back.
“Yes, I do, girl!” she responded.
“But, ouch, I’ve already broken my jaw before, sooo prob not getting an implant anytime soon. Sorry for the disappointment.”
That's the way to handle a hater on the Internet. Put them in their place, but don't lose your sense of humor in the process.
Most importantly, never let them know they've upset you.
Who knows, maybe after 3-4 years, Mackenzie might finally be getting the hang of this public figure business.
Something tells us she won't be quitting TMOG anytime soon - much to the chagrin of her many haters.