Megan Fox has drawn speculation about a possible breakup with her fiancé, Machine Gun Kelly, due to her social media activity—and soon after, inactivity.
The actress posted a video of a letter burning, captioned "You can taste the dishonesty/it's all over your breath."
This was in reference to Beyoncé's song Pray You Catch Me from her album Lemonade, which in turn supposedly alluded to Jay-Z's infidelity with a certain "Becky with the good hair."
Just as telling was that she removed photos of MGK from her Instagram account. Then, in a particularly "Shady" move, she followed Eminem, whom her partner has a highly publicized feud with.
Megan Fox has deleted every mgk pic off her ig, quoting Beyoncé’s song about jay cheating, burning his letters and decided to just follow Harry Styles, Timothée Chalamet and Eminem to rub it right in mgk’s face. The world is healing… pic.twitter.com/eKdgfeaS7R— priscilla (@cinemazietgeist) February 12, 2023
This began when MGK posted inappropriately in 2012 about Eminem's then-teenage daughter Hailie: "I have to say, she is hot as f***, in the most respectful way possible cuz Em is king." Eminem's response over the years was songs like Zeus, Gnat, and Not Alike. MGK followed up with the subtly titled diss track Rap Devil, which in turn spawned Slim Shady's Killshot line, "My biggest flops are your greatest hits."
Aside from Eminem, the only other accounts that Fox followed were Harry Styles and Timothée Chalamet. She has since taken down her Instagram account, which is currently inaccessible as of writing.
MGK and Fox started dating in 2020 after meeting on the set of Midnight in the Switchgrass. They got engaged in January 2022, with MGK celebrating the one-year anniversary of his surprise proposal just last month.
"One year ago under a banyan tree," Kelly wrote in an Instagram story posted in January, which featured a throwback clip of him putting the emerald portion of the custom two-stone ring on Fox's finger. The said ring was notoriously designed with thorns, "so if she tries to take it off, it hurts."