Teen Mom Jenelle Evans dances in tight dress in new TikTok after accusing Cheyenne Floyd of being 'racist'

TEEN Mom 2 alum Jenelle Evans danced in a tight dress in a new TikTok video.

The 29-year-old showed off her moves after she accused Teen Mom OG star Cheyenne Floyd of being “racist.”


In a new video posted on TikTok on Tuesday, Jenelle appeared in baggy gray cheetah print sweatpants and a black tank top as she mouthed along to the lyrics of a Kayla Nicole song.

After Jenelle dropped down into a squat, she transitioned into a tight black dress and tan heels as she continued to dance.

The Teen Mom 2 alum then got close to the camera as she continued to lip-synch.

She captioned the TikTok clip: “Smooth criminal ✨ #SneakyLink.”

JENELLE SLAMS CHEYENNE

Jenelle posted the clip shortly after she accused Cheyenne, 29, of being “racist.”

While exclusively speaking to The Sun, the mother of three said: “Cheyenne is the one that posted that she hates white people, so I don't even want to hear that.

“If anyone's racist, it would be Cheyenne who has been tweeting about it for way longer.”  

The MTV alum was referencing since deleted tweets that Cheyenne posted in 2011 and 2012.   

In one of the tweets, Cheyenne posted about wanting "to kill every white person."

The Teen Mom OG star has since apologized for her tweets.

Jenelle also defended fellow Teen Momstar Mackenzie McKee in the controversy, questioning whether Cheyenne “would have rather Mackenzie said the word Black? Cheyenne has said much worse.” 

“Cheyenne is like ‘Oh you're racist. I don't want to film with her. I don't want be sat with her.’ No Cheyenne- you just don't like white people,” Jenelle added. 

“It makes me mad that nobody brings up Cheyenne, and then everyone drags everyone else for saying colored woman like, come on,” the mother of three said. 

DEFENDING MACKENZIE

Jenelle spoke to The Sun after she took to Twitter on Tuesday to defend Mackenzie, 27, after she faced major backlash from Cheyenne and fans for months. 

The former MTV star wrote: "Y’all… leave McKenzie alone. Way to make someone feel left out… per usual. 

"If you want to start pointing fingers for flaws… I have a whole list." 

In a series of separate tweets, Jenelle continued, misspelling the star's name: "People have been asking me about McKenzie. I know me and McKenzie have each other blocked.. lol but someone tell her I said stay strong and don’t be upset. You’re the bigger person in this situation. 

"I remember a day being singled out, locked in my hotel, crying my eyes out. Feeling alone, feeling like I wasn’t good enough for anyone," she recalled from her time on the show. 

"Being a 'mean girl' isn’t the best choice and I hope some of you are never like that. Mental Health Awareness IS REAL. 

"Also the difference in this situation is that McKenzie stood up, owned up to, and acknowledged her mistake and apologized… but did this other chick even acknowledge her old tweets?" 

"Not that I can recall," she added, alluding to Cheyenne making "racist" comments towards "white people" in the past. 

MACKENZIE'S CONTROVERSIAL COMMENT 

Back January, Mackenzie was branded "racist" after roasting Vice President Kamala Harris on Facebook. 

She wrote at the time: "Sorry, no. There are a lot of amazing women in the world for my daughters to look up to and see as role models. Kamala Harris is not one of them. 

"It blows my mind that out of all the amazing colored women in this world, that is the one who is making history.” 

Although Mackenzie claimed she apologized to Cheyenne during a phone call, she said that her costar later "canceled" her and "cut her off." 

After the Teen Mom OG reunion was filmed, the California native took to her Instagram Stories to explain "her side." 

CHEYENNE'S SIDE

Cheyenne claimed: "I have done my best to keep this off social media for months, but at this point, I have to tell my side of what happened. After Mackenzie's colored comment came out, she asked to call me, and I told her no problem.

"We had a conversation that she continued to put her foot in her mouth, explaining how she knew nothing about segregation & how black people were referred to as colored where she came from. 

"I took my time to teach a lesson when I did not have to. It is not my responsibility to teach you." 



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