CHEYENNE Floyd is giving back amid the coronavirus pandemic- and she’s challenging her Teen Mom co-stars to do the same.

On Friday, Cheyenne, 27, posted that she is randomly picking 50 essential workers to buy lunch for during the pandemic.

She posted: “We are so thankful to all the essential workers who have been amazing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ryder and I would like to buy your lunch today!

“Leave a comment, telling me what you do & drop your ca$happ. Stay safe, healthy and positive!”

Cheyenne challenged Teen Mom 2 star Briana DeJesus, and Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant stars Ashley Siren and Kayla Sessler to do the same.

Ashley commented: “Challenge accepted.”

Briana DeJesus responded: “Yes!”

Kayla wrote on the post: “Check your cash app love.”

Cheyenne then posted messages from essential care workers who appreciated her kindness.

One message read: “Just wanted to say thank you so much for your donation! I wanted to let you know I’m planning to pay it forward bc another person might need it more than me! I really appreciate you & God bless your family.”

The TMOG star is mom to daughter Ryder, 3, who she shares with baby daddy Cory Wharton.

Cory welcomed a daughter with his girlfriend, Taylor Selfridge, earlier this week.

But Cheyenne isn’t the only Teen Mom star to give back.

The Sun exclusively reported former Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans also donated to coronavirus relief.

Jenelle, who was fired from Teen Mom 2 in May 2019, donated her proceedings from Cameo videos to No Kid Hungry.

Jenelle, 28, revealed she had raised a total of $281.25 dollars from her Cameo videos.

The mother-of-three added to the amount and donated a total of $350 to the organization.

Jenelle was initially accused of scamming followers, as fans believed her “teaming up” with Cameo to help raise money was a “lie.”

Jenelle previously told The Sun that the claims are “ridiculous.”

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