After rumors swirled last week that Machine Gun Kelly was unfaithful to his fiancé, actress Megan Fox, she addressed it all in a new statement released on social media.
Last week, Fox deactivated his Instagram account after deleting all photos of MGK and also unfollowed him on the platform. In a since-deleted post, she shared a clip of her burning envelope video, captioned with lyrics from Beyoncé’s 2016 song “Pray You Catch Me.” “You can taste dishonesty / It’s all about your breath’” Fox wrote at the time.
Currently, after reactivating the account, the actress’s profile contains only one post. It’s also worth noting that Fox doesn’t follow any other accounts.
In a statement, she accused the media of publishing news stories based on their social media activity, calling them “random” despite the nature of these reports falling far from the standard definition of “random.” deemed “random” and “unfounded”.
As of 8am today (February 20th), MGK is not following Fox on Instagram.
Fox also said an artificial intelligence bot could have reported the situation more accurately and that everyone should “finish this story” and “all these innocent people” should be left alone. suggested that it was
The most specific element of Fox’s statement is at the top, where she claims “there was no third party interference of any kind in this relationship.”
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There was no third party interference in this relationship of the king.
This includes but is not limited to real humans, DMs, AI bots, and succubi demons.
I hate to deprive you of unsubstantiated random news articles that ChatGPT could have written more accurately, but you need to let this article die and leave these innocent people alone. [prayer hands emoji, purple heart emoji].
Fox’s actions and statements on social media came to light last week, prompting fans to speculate about the alleged incident and whether MGK cheated on Fox with Sophie Lloyd, the guitarist in his live band. Some people doubted. In response, Lloyd’s team vehemently denied any such activity.
“Sophie Lloyd is a professional and accomplished musician who has been unnecessarily dragged into the media based on futile accusations made by social media. It is disrespectful to her, a female artist and poor journalist and social commentator, to report anything else,” her team said in a statement. increase.
In related news, Lloyd has tapped Trivium’s Matt Heafy for his new song “Fall of Man,” out February 24th. Please see here for the detail.
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