After hinting at a possible breakup with Machine Gun Kelly, Megan Fox deletes her Instagram account.
Megan Fox deleted her Instagram account on Sunday afternoon, just hours after sharing a post on the social media site that seemed to suggest she and Machine Gun Kelly may be splitting up.
Fox drew attention from the media yesterday after she shared some pictures including a video of an envelope being burned in a fire pit. She captioned the post with the lyrics to Beyoncé’s 2016 Lemonade song, “Pray You Catch Me,” “You can taste the dishonesty/ it’s all over your breath.”
Additionally, Megan deleted all images and videos of Kelly and her from her Instagram profile, including a post announcing their upcoming engagement in January 2022. Before deactivating her account, Fox followed Eminem, with whom Kelly had a long-running public dispute.
Prior to Fox’s disappearance from social media, a fan speculated that Kelly had been disloyal by commenting, “He probably got with Sophie,” in the comments section of Fox’s post. To which, Fox replied with the quip, “Maybe I got with Sophie,” and a single fire emoji.
Megan and Kelly haven’t yet made any direct comments in response to breakup rumours. But there have been previous rumours of a breakup between the two. After fans realized Kelly hadn’t been on Fox’s Instagram since June, they went out to lunch in August to put an end to breakup rumours.
According to a source, Fox skipped the Sports Illustrated Super Bowl Party on Saturday night where Kelly performed. However, the two did attend Drake’s party on Friday, which is where they were last spotted together.
Fox and Kelly first met on the set of the indie film Midnight in the Switchgrass in March 2020. Even though the filming was abruptly stopped owing to the COVID-19 outbreak, they were later seen spending time together.
Fox recently accompanied Machine Gun Kelly to the 2023 Grammys last weekend where he was nominated for best rock album. On Saturday evening, Kelly showed up by himself at the Sports Illustrated Super Bowl Party at the Talking Stick Resort & Casino in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Published by HOLR Magazine