Following breakup speculations, Megan Fox finally clarified that there was no ‘third-party’ intervention in her relationship with Machine Gun Kelly, which could mean that they are not ‘giving up’ on their romantic ties despite the issues that have been thrown at them.
On February 19, the ‘Jennifer’s Body’ star returned to Instagram and addressed the issues regarding the ‘break-up’ and ‘infidelity’ speculations after she deleted her pictures with the pop-funk singer and disabled her entire account. Fox made it as clear as the water that Kelly did not cheat on her with anyone else.
“There has been no third party interference in this relationship of any kind. That includes, but is not limited to… actual humans, DMs, AI bots or succubus demons. While I do hate to rob you of running random baseless news stories that would have been much more accurately written by ChatGPT, you need to let this story die and leave all these innocent people alone now, ” the actress stated in the screenshot of her notes app, which has been deleted as of this writing.
The allegations of the couple’s split surfaced on February 12 when Fox unfollowed MGK on Instagram along with a post where she captioned a line from Beyonce’s cheating hymn. However, according to a report, the 36 year-old artist and the 32-year-old musician ‘haven’t split’. Although they are facing challenges with their relationship, the couple is ‘getting professional help because they want things to work out’.
Based on sources, Fox and Kelly had an argument, but they are now speaking and trying to fix things. The ‘Transformers’ alum also said that she believes that her romance with the singer-rapper is something she considers as ‘long-term’, and she will not just give up on their relationship. Although she’s upset and having trust issues right now, Fox is taking things one step at a time to make things better for both of them.
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