MGK and Megan Fox Are on a 'Ride Or Die' Mission This Valentine
Megan Fox stunned the world over the Super Bowl weekend with her cryptic posts and racy mirror selfies. The Jennifer's Body actress had hinted at a cheating scandal and deleted all posts with rapper fiancé Machine Gun Kelly before wiping out her Instagram account altogether. However, according to TMZ, they were spotted together on Valentine's trying to make amends for their relationship. Megan and MGK were seen seated together in his Escaladen on Tuesday morning as they left his L.A. home.
This came after Fox dropped a series of photos and a video where she appeared to be burning something, and the carousel of pictures was captioned, "You can taste the dishonesty it’s all over your breath," a caption she snatched from Beyoncé's song Pray You Catch Me. The behavior hinted at trouble in paradise for the hot couple with a split at the horizon.
The two got engaged back in January 2022, and everything seemed well between the romantic couple till Sunday's Super Bowl. According to People, Fox has removed her engagement ring, and while the couple hasn't called off their engagement yet but she is visibly upset with MGK. They were even spotted entering a marriage counseling office in California on Monday.
Daily Mail reported that Fox seemed very emotional as she wiped her tears with her hand while leaving the marriage counseling building, while a broody MGK followed her. A little while later the pair were talking to one another as they walked towards the car park, then they left in separate cars. It is believed that the engaged couple spent two and a half hours inside the building. They have been on eggshells around each other after getting into a serious argument this weekend.
According to ETonline, a source close to the couple has revealed that they got into a wild and loud argument right before the Super Bowl event on Sunday. "She was initially supposed to come with MGK to the event and had a whole outfit planned, but she backed out last minute."
MGK had a performance but wasn't in the right frame of mind due to his argument with Megan. He was getting annoyed by little things on stage, like the mic dying out right before he performed the hit Bloody Valentine number. Incidentally, Fox has featured on this video song, "This one's for the ladies," Kelly told the audience before he launched into the song at the pre-Super Bowl concert. Fox was missing during the show, and MGK also deliberately missed out on performing Twin Flame, the couple's favorite track with which he often closes out his live shows. A source close to the couple confirmed: "Usually after a show, it has become routine for MGK and Megan to walk out together with the band, but on Saturday night, he was alone."