TEEN Mom Maci Bookout & her husband Taylor McKinney's Christmas orgnaments were slammed by fans on social media who called them "tacky."
The pair shared a sweet holiday video of them decorating their massive Christmas tree in their Tennessee home.
Maci, 30, also posted snaps on Instagram of their home decked out for the holidays.
The photos and clips were shared on the Teen Mom fan page, Teen Mom Chatter where their unusal tree ornaments were put on display.
Along with a close-up of the fully decorated spruce with an elf-shoe topper, they captioned the post: "#MaciBookout and family get Christmas ready. I did have to laugh, considering all of the rumors and speculations — peep the last picture #TeenMom #TeenMomOG"
Fans took to the comments section to voice their opinions about the festive decor, specifically pointing out the Bud Light beer orgnament hanging in the center.
One user replied: "Can't forget the budlight"
While a second person took a dig at the couple writing: "I mean alcohol is life for them so seems accurate"
However, some fans loved the ornament's added touch with one commenting: "Beautiful home! Love the tree, it’s the specialty ornaments that make the tree."
Another agreed responding: "The 'bud light'," along with a clapping hands emoji.
The Teen Mom OG star shared the clip on Monday of her moving the ladder around as she decorated the twelve-foot tree with lights and other decorations.
She pulled her long hair into a bow and had on a grungy outfit while putting up the ornaments.
Maci had taken up to nine hours in order to add the "lights with full decorations."
She also took "short breaks for motherhood and meals."
The reality star also asked her husband, Taylor McKinney, 32, "what caption would fit this video."
Maci jokingly wrote: "He spit out some Ludacris lyrics for real."
Maci and Taylor share daughter Jayde, six, and son Maverick, five.
The MTV star is also a mom to 12-year-old son Bentley with ex Ryan Edwards.
Back in June, The Sun exclusively revealed that Maci and Taylor had bought about 48 acres of land in Cleveland, Tennessee.
According to real estate sites, the property was described as a “serene country setting that offers just the right amount of privacy while still being convenient to town.
“This country retreat offers plenty of wildlife and lots of privacy.”
The websites urged interested buyers to “build their dream home” on the land.
Built back in 2007, the mansion featured cathedral ceilings, about two stories of windows, a fireplace, a four-car garage, and more.
The kitchen, which Maci used for filming during her Teen Mom OG show, featured granite countertops and stainless steel sink and appliances.
The stairs and fireplace have been stacked with stones, while the backyard came with a massive in-ground pool.
The home was listed for $659,000 back in July 2018.
Maci and Taylor sold their previous home and accepted an offer on the current abode, which became a storyline on the MTV show.
Recently, fans saw Maci yell at her husband Taylor.
In the clip, Taylor called Maci’s friend to ask if she could pick up their daughter Jayde from school because he had to go pick up Bentley, and his wife was sick.
Maci was unhappy with her hubby “making decisions about the kids” without her.
She said: “The other day when I was sick of whatever, Ashley called me and was like, ‘Taylor called yesterday’ and then you asked her to pick Jayde up from school because I was sick.
“I get what you were trying to do, but there’s a layer to this that I would prefer it not happen again."
She added: “You and I both take a lot of pride in showing up for our kids, being there for our kids, no matter what.”
When Taylor asked how he could have handled the situation differently, Maci replied “Next time when you have something to do, especially with our kids, either don’t do it or run it by me first."
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