She ships it! Cory Wharton and Cheyenne Floyd are newcomers to the Teen Mom OG cast, but fans are already emotionally invested in their “aren’t they/are they dating” storyline. The former stars of MTV’s The Challenge are already co-parenting goals when it comes to raising their 20-month-old daughter Ryder together, but fans also think they could be relationship goals if they ever were to finally date — and it looks like their Teen Mom OG co-star Maci Bookout agrees. Maci took to Twitter to try to convince Cory that he should get together with Cheyenne.
“I just wanna be with someone obsessed with me, but at the same time can’t stand me,” Cory, 27, wrote on Twitter. Maci quoted his tweet and then added her own response. “I think I know a girl… name starts with a C, and she real [sic] cute too 😎,” Maci, 27, wrote.
I think I know a girl… name starts with a C, and she real cute too 😎 https://t.co/iAX4j72o4j
— Maci McKinney (@MaciBookout) December 7, 2018
Obviously, Maci wasn’t the only one who responded to Cory’s tweet, begging him to date Cheyenne. Other fans flooded his mentions and they made a pretty good case for why Cory and his baby mama would make a great couple. “Haha, Cheyenne already can’t stand you (in a cute way). If you admit you love her she might just admit to being obsessed with you too,” one fan wrote, while another impatient fan commented, “But seriously if you can’t see what’s been in front of you than you don’t deserve her.”
In all seriousness, Cheyenne and Cory have definitely thought about giving their relationship a real chance for the sake of their daughter, but they both seem super cautious not to ruin a good thing. In a previous episode of Teen Mom OG, a newly single Cheyenne opened up to a friend about why she’s so weary of getting into a romantic relationship with her daughter’s father.
“I love our relationship, I love that we’re goofy, I love how we parent, I love that we can talk every day and communicate about Ryder,” Cheyenne, 26, said. “I love all of it, and it’s [like] at what point do I separate that vs. my feelings for him? I don’t know what to do, I don’t know how to feel.”