It seems that Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly have not called it quits just yet, but it’s certainly not looking good for the couple.
The headline-making couple met on the set of the crime thriller “Midnight In The Switchgrass” in 2020 and became engaged in January 2022 in a ritual that involved drinking each other’s blood.
However, fans were quick to notice that most photos of the rocker were missing from Fox’s Instagram account on Sunday morning. After sharing a cryptic post about “dishonesty” and showing a video of a burning letter, the “Jennifer’s Body” actress deactivated her Instagram account.
Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly ‘Haven’t Officially Called Off The Engagement’ Just Yet!
On Sunday, some fans were more interested in the drama between Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly than they were in the Super Bowl. In addition to removing most of their photos and videos together, fans noticed that the “Transformers” actress was only following three people on Instagram: and MGK was not one of them.
On Monday, a source told PEOPLE magazine that the couple “had a fight over the weekend.” Apparently, Fox is “very upset” and “won’t speak to” her fiancé. That being said, the insider stopped short of saying what exactly caused the rift.
“They haven’t officially called off the engagement but Megan took her ring off,” the source added. “They have had issues in the past, but things seem pretty serious this time.”
It’s worth noting that Machine Gun Kelly has yet to remove any of Fox’s photos from his Instagram account. His Instagram is still active, with fans using his last photo dump from January to pepper him with questions.
Megan Fox Deactives Instagram Amid Break-Up Speculation
On Friday night, the couple was seen holding hands at Drake’s Super Bowl party. The 36-year-old actress was wearing a strapless black top and high-waisted black pants that can be seen in a trio of mirror selfies that she posted to Instagram on Sunday morning.
In the caption, Fox wrote, “You can taste the dishonesty/ it’s all over your breath.” Those are lyrics from Beyoncé’s song “Pray You Catch Me,” which was featured on her 2016 album “Lemonade.” The track touches on infidelity, which is potentially what Fox was trying to hint at in her latest post.
Fans then noticed that she had removed most of her photos and videos with MGK, including their January 2022 engagement post. Other fans noticed that she was only following three people, which included singer Harry Styles, actor Timothée Chalamet, and rapper Eminem.
Machine Gun Kelly and Eminem have had a back-and-forth beef for a while, which made the follow all that more suspicious.
If that wasn’t enough, one follower commented, “He probably got with Sophie,” referring to MGK’s guitarist. Megan replied, “Maybe I got with Sophie” alongside a fire emoji.
Last month, the Tennessee native shared a selfie on Instagram with the caption, “Currently seeking a girlfriend. Please submit applications in the DMs.” Although fans had initially laughed it off as a joke, fans are now reading much more into it.
What Was She Burning In The Fire?
In addition to a trio of selfies, some of which included a male friend, the “Hope & Faith” actress shared a video of something burning in a fire pit on Sunday morning. She placed an envelope in the fire along with what fans assume to be a purple jacket or a duffle bag.
It’s not clear if the couple will be able to resolve their differences this time or if the relationship is really over for good.
In 2004, Megan Fox began dating actor Brian Austin Green after meeting on the set of “Hope & Faith.” Despite their age difference, they became engaged in November 2006. However, they called it quits in February 2009 and then got back together in June 2010, where they got married in a private ceremony in Maui.
After two children together, Fox filed for divorce in 2015. In 2016, they got back together amid the news that she was pregnant with their third child. Fox filed for divorce in 2020 and the divorce was finalized in October 2021.
Fox publicly began dating MGK in the summer of 2020, several weeks after she appeared in his “Bloody Valentine” music video. They became engaged on January 12, 2022.