Mackenzie McKee took a break a few days ago from talking about her troubled marriage.
And focused instead on a pair of former Teen Mom cast members.
Appearing as a guest on The Domenick Nati Show, McKee was asked for her take on Jenelle Evans and Farrah Abraham.
The former, of course, was fired by MTV for being a horrible and irresponsible parent; while the latter was fired by MTV for anchoring a number of amateur adult videos on the Internet.
Both women have remained in the news ever since -- Jenelle for, well, still being a horrible and irresponsible parent.
And Farrah for just doing dumb and wild and inappropriate things online.
What does McKee think of these troubled ladies?
Mackenzie says she only met Jenelle once, back when she was a Teen Mom 3 cast member, and the two got along just fine.
But Evans recently labeled McKee as "thirsty" in an interview and that isn't sitting well with Mackenzie.
“I think that [Jenelle] probably feels a little bit threatened right now because she’s not on the show,” she said on the aforementioned show.
“I don’t have a problem with Jenelle. It makes me cringe when people comment on her body. I hate it.
"I have stuck up for her a million times. I don’t really care what bad things she has to say about me. I don’t have a problem with her.”
Way back in the day, Jenelle apparently blocked all the Teen Mom 3 stars, for reasons that remain unclear to Mackenzie.
Still, it wasn't until Evans stopped by iClick TV’s Dirty Reality in April and trashed McKee that Mackenzie took notice.
“Then, this thing comes out where [Jenelle was asked in an interview], ‘Who is the thirstiest one on the show?’ and she said me.
"That’s our only interaction. I’ve met her once, and she doesn’t seem to be a fan of me. And that’s OK.”
Without taking sides here, one can maybe understand where Jenelle was coming from with this comment... considering how Mackenzie has been constantly exploiting her marital issues for fame and attention.
She does seem to be a tad thirsty for relevance.
As for Farrah?
You may not believe this -- or perhaps you totally will -- but McKee simply is not a fan.
“She’s mean. She’s a genuinely mean person,” Mackenzie said, slamming Abraham as her "least favorite" member of the Teen Mom franchise and adding:
“She is 100 percent mean and a bully.”
McKee is only a member of the Teen Mom universe because Farrah got canned by executives -- and she relayed the tale of how Abraham responded to this news back in the day.
“Like, I get asked to be on a show, and I say yes.
"I get asked to share my story, and my mom gets to share her story, which was the most beautiful part of it all because she wanted to, she genuinely wanted to share love and spread love.
"And then, the next thing we know, Farrah is in interviews saying I want to be her. She’s mean.”
For the record, too, Mackenzie says she isn't alone in this assessment of Abraham.
“You do hear a lot of background stuff [while filming]," she alleged during this interview.
"The crews that come in, they switch in and out. They work with other girls, and sometimes they share information about what it was like working with them.
"When I found out how rude Farrah was to the crew, I was like, ‘Oh my gosh.’ It’s very hard to have respect for her.”