Teenage mother The mother of the star Mackenzie McKee, Angie Douthit, died after a long battle with cancer. According to a post on his Instagram page, Douthit "finished his career,quot; on Monday, December 9 at 11:37 p.m. And she spent her last days surrounded by family and friends as they "prayed, sang and shared funny stories about Angie."
The post showed a picture of Douthit crossing the finish line in the Diva Dash race with a pink tutu, and in the caption he said he found out about his cancer in January 2018.
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"Imitate me, as I also imitate Christ." 1 Corinthians 11: 1 "I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Now the crown of justice is reserved for me, that the Lord, the just Judge, will grant me that day, and not only me, but also to all who yearned for his appearance. "2 Timothy 4: 7-8 On Monday, December 9 at 11:37 pm, Angie finished her career. Her last days were lovingly surrounded by family and friends as they prayed, sang and they shared funny stories about Angie. Angie learned about her cancer in January 2018. She wanted to keep everyone informed about what was happening, so she made a social media post. The next day she made another one. And then another And what started as an easy way of transmitting information became a fire of hope that spread throughout the world. He could not sleep a whole night, so he woke up around 3 am to write his publications. get up all the days in the darkest hours of the night to spread the brightest light he knew, his Savior Jesus Christ. There were times when she wrote her publications through pain and confusion. In the end, there were times when she could not write and asked her daughters to write for her, but she did not give up spreading the message of gospel hope. In almost two years, his daily publication was never lost … tomorrow he will. But this is where you pick up the cane and run as she made a powerful warrior. You can choose this day to be like Angie and use your social media commitments to make a difference instead of disaster, to spread love and not hate, and always be kind. We know that many people around the world read these publications, so write the name of your city and country in the comments so we can see where you are. #staystrongmightywarrior #itsonlycancer #alwaysbekind
“She wanted to keep everyone informed about what was happening, so she made a social media post. The next day she made another one. And then another. And what began as an easy way to transmit information became an uncontrolled fire of hope that spread throughout the world, ”the publication reads.
Douthit couldn't sleep for a whole night, so he woke up around 3 a.m. To write your posts. And, her family saw her get up every day in the darkest hours of the night "to spread the brightest light she knew, her Savior Jesus Christ."
The publication also revealed that there were times when Douthit wrote through pain and confusion. And, towards the end, she could not write, so she would ask her daughters to do it for her so she could continue spreading the message of hope of the gospel.
Douthit published every day for almost two years, but the post said that now is the time for her Instagram followers to pick up the witness and run like her.
"You can choose this day to be like Angie and use your social networks to make a difference instead of a disaster, to spread love and not hate, and always be kind," the message said.
McKee has also talked about his mother's cancer battle in the past two years. After receiving his diagnosis, McKee wrote on Twitter that doctors had found multiple blood clots and three masses in his brain.
A few weeks later, the first Teen mom 3 Star shared that his mother was doing well and that he ate organic products, ran marathons and exercised two or three times a day. McKee said his mother was the healthiest person he knew.
"I'm so sad. I can barely breathe. I can't lose her. She asked me to blog her entire trip and make a documentary in case something happens, we'll always have that. I know God will use her to talk to others," McKee wrote.
At Teen mom og meeting on September 2 of this year, Douthit told Dr. Drew that his cancer had spread and that he had stage 4 non-small cell carcinoma in the lungs, as well as small cell carcinoma, which is something that does not happen .
“No one has both types of lung cancer. A non-smoker, a marathon runner, is impressing everyone, "Douthit said.
He also revealed that he had ten tumors in his brain, a tumor the size of an orange in his right lung that was wrapped around his trachea, and so many small tumors in his lungs that he stopped counting 40 on one side and gave up . the other.
"It's in my bones, it's in my liver, it's everywhere," said Angie Douthit.
Mackenzie McKee said We weekly During the summer, his mother's spirit was incredible, but they knew that his cancer was incurable and would never improve. Instead, it was about how long they could keep her here without it getting worse.
"Sometimes, he is such a stubborn person that sometimes I wonder:" Are you smiling without knowing that you have pain? "He would never dare to tell us that he has pain or does not feel well. That is exactly who he is," McKee said.