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Maci Bookout's relationship with her baby daddy Ryan Edwards couldn't be worse. After the Teen Mom OG star's husband Taylor McKinney went off on his wife's baby daddy in a heated Twitter rant, Ryan's wife Mackenzie is fighting back exclusively to RadarOnline.com.
On last night's episode, Mackenzie asked her husband about his decision to not marry Maci. "That would've been awful if Maci and I would've gotten married, just completely awful," Ryan told his wife. When she asked if Maci has "let go of the past," he responded, "No." She then commented, "That's sad."
Maci's husband didn't stay silent during the scene, as he blasted the couple over Twitter! "Well when you have 2 jobless adults, one of whom is 30 years old and still needs his a** wiped, what do you the dinner convos to be? They should thank Maci for paying their 'nursing school'... but that's none of my business."
Mackenzie exclusively told Radar of the Twitter diss, "He must be going through something tough to lash out like that. So I'll be praying for them."
She added that her and her husband have no relationship with the couple. "I haven't spoken to Taylor or Maci since last year," she said. "I don't have anything bad to say about either of them. It's really fine. Life is still moving along."
Their relationship became strained when Maci discussed Ryan's drug problem on Teen Mom OG. On the season finale, Ryan was caught on camera slurring his words and falling asleep at the wheel while driving his wife to their wedding ceremony.
Soon after the scene, Ryan checked into rehab for heroin abuse. At the reunion special, Mackenzie slammed Maci for talking about his issues on television and not telling her about the drug problem.
Tensions between the four grew when Maci refused to let Ryan have visits with their son Bentley, 9, until he agreed to pass a drug test.
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