Teen Mom Mackenzie McKee has posted a cryptic tweet that caused her fans to rally behind her during this difficult time.
On August 11, Mackenzie tweeted: "I hope I can get my life together tomorrow because today was not it."
The late-night tweet had fans on Twitter worried about Mackenzie, and they showed her an abundance of support.
One fan told her: "You were put into adulthood at a young age - relax, you’re doing great."
Another said: "Go at your own pace. Healing takes time. Don't rush things. It's not a race."
The tweet came just days after Mackenzie sparked concern following another post that read "[My] sister and her husband drove 18 hours to see me and check on me…
“I have the best people in my corner.”
"That's a personal red flag," one person wrote at the time as another reacted, "She needs to heal."
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Mackenzie said: "I'm so confused. I was the only one not invited and they refused to say that out loud. But it's fine, I'm over it.
"I'm not going to be petty like that."
Before being fired from the show, Mackenzie and her husband at the time Josh bought a $525K home in Florida, The U.S. Sun exclusively reported.
The home, which is in a gated community, has four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and a huge kitchen.
Mackenzie's life took another turn when she split from Josh.
The couple announced they were getting a divorce after rumors of their troubled relationship started to spread.
In a now-deleted Instagram post, Mackenzie- who shares three kids with Josh- wrote: "Sometimes things work and sometimes, no matter how hard you fight, it just doesn’t work out."
A little while after the split, she tweeted: "Goodbye 12 years of toxic pain. Hello unleashed Mackenzie."
Although she healed from a romantic relationship, her relationship with her finances went to ruin when her tanning salon closed down.
The salon, which opened in February, closed in August after only being open for about six months.
The U.S. Sun exclusively revealed the business shut down, as the phone number is out of service, and Google listed the business as “temporarily closed.”