Machine Gun Kelly And Megan Fox Break Up: What Happened Between Them?

Do we finally know if Machine Gun Kelly And Megan Fox are officially over? The 36-year-old actress may have dropped hints about a breakup with the 32-year-old singer on Instagram on Sunday by posting a photo with a statement that included lines from Beyoncé’s 2016 album Lemonade.

Included with photographs of herself and a video of an envelope being burned in a fire pit was the text, “You can taste the dishonesty/ it’s all over your breath,” written by Fox. The commenter “He probably got with Sophie” implies that the reader believes Kelly has been disloyal to Sophie. Fox responded with a facetious suggestion that it might have been her, writing “Maybe I got with Sophie” with a single fire emoji.

The Till Death actress deleted all posts on her Instagram account featuring her and Kelly, including her engagement announcement from January 2022. To wit: (Kelly’s profile still features Fox-related posts.) Even though Eminem and Kelly have been feuding for years, Fox has started to follow Eminem. Machine Gun Kelly And Megan Fox representatives did not immediately return PEOPLE’s request for comment.

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Machine Gun Kelly And Megan Fox Break Up

Machine Gun Kelly And Megan Fox, whose actual name is Colson Baker, were seen spending quality time together shortly after meeting on the set of the indie film Midnight in the Switchgrass in March 2020, despite production being delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Machine Gun Kelly And Megan Fox Music Awards
Machine Gun Kelly And Megan Fox Music Awards

Kelly’s “Bloody Valentine” music video included Fox as his love interest, and by July, the duo had acknowledged their connection in a joint appearance on the Give Them Lala… With Randall’s podcast, during which Fox referred to Kelly as her “twin flame.”

During that same month, Kelly announced their romance to the world via Instagram with a humorous black-and-white mirror shot. Fox followed suit a week later, posting her own post-swim black-and-white mirror photo with the comment, “Achingly Beautiful Boy… My heart is yours.”

Following that, the pair made their red carpet-debut at the 2020 American Music Awards. Fox introduced MGK’s “Bloody Valentine” and “My Ex’s Best Friend” performances during the event. After dating for over a year, Kelly popped the question to Fox in early 2022.

In two separate Instagram posts, the pair revealed their engagement and shared footage and photographs of the proposal, which took place in front of the banyan tree under which they had their first date in July 2020.


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Fox wrote in the caption, thinking back on their romance, “Despite going through hell together and sharing more laughs than I ever thought possible, he managed to pop the question to me about a year and a half later. And like every other life before this one and every life after it, I answered yes… and we drank each other’s blood.”

Kelly also posted a video of the emerald and diamond ring he proposed to Fox with, accompanied by the caption, “I know the custom is for there to be only one ring, but I collaborated with Stephen Webster to create two: an emerald (her birthstone) and a diamond (mine) set on two magnetic bands of thorns that attract to each other like two halves of the same soul, melding into the mysterious heart that is our love. 1-11-2022 .”


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Fox performed with MGK last weekend at the 2023 Grammys, where he was nominated for a best rock album. The rapper was seen in a silver Dolce & Gabbana suit and grey mesh top, and Fox was snapped in a white Zuhair Murad gown with a mesh corset, both of which reflected the evening’s metallic vibe.

Their last known photo together was taken after Kelly’s performance at a Super Bowl party on Friday night. On Saturday night, Kelly made an appearance at the Sports Illustrated Super Bowl Party at the Talking Stick Resort & Casino in Scottsdale, Arizona. The musician performed before The Chainsmokers on the occasion.

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