Megan Fox Posts About ‘Dishonesty’ and Deletes Pics of Machine Gun Kelly On Instagram

Megan Fox Posts About ‘Dishonesty’ and Deletes Pics of Machine Gun Kelly On Instagram

On Saturday night, Megan Fox seemed to heavily imply that she’d split with fiancé Machine Gun Kelly, just a day after their joint appearance at Drake’s Super Bowl party in Arizona. The actress shared a carousel of photos that are still up on her timeline wearing the plunging corset top she had on that night, posing in front of a mirror with a male friend. The last image is a video in which is seems to be burning a bag and a letter in a bonfire.

She captioned the images, “You can taste the dishonesty/ it’s all over your breath,” lyrics from Beyoncé’s song “Pray You Catch Me,” which came from her 2016 album Lemonade, which was iconically about dealing with her husband Jay-Z’s infidelity.

Fans have also noticed that Fox seems to have deleted most of her photos with MGK on her timeline and unfollowed him on Instagram, though she left up one of their Valentine’s Day celebration from two years ago. She is actually only following three people on the app, Harry Styles, Timothée Chalamet, and Eminem, who is not a fan of Machine Gun Kelly.

When the pair left Drake’s party together, they were photographed holding hands. Fox also accompanied the rapper to the 2023 Grammys after posting that she had a broken wrist and a concussion, without clarifying where the injuries were sustained.

The couple met on the set of the thriller film Midnight in the Switchgrass in early 202 just before going into COVID-19 lockdown and things appeared to move very fast. She starred in his music video for “Bloody Valentine” just a few months later. Fox was officially divorced from her ex-husband, Brian Austin Green, at the end of that same year. They were already separated at the time of her meeting MGK, and were co-parenting their three children together. Fox and MGK got engaged at the beginning of 2022, when he presented her with an emerald and diamond ring to represent their birth stones, which was designed so that it was painful for her to remove.

Aimée Lutkin is the weekend editor at Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and more. Her first book, The Lonely Hunter, will be released by Dial Press in February 2022.

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