After responding to rumours that her fiancé Machine Gun Kelly had slept with his musician Sophie Lloyd on Instagram, Megan Fox deleted the account.
When she unfollowed rapper-turned-rocker MGK on the social media platform on Sunday (12.02.23) and shared lyrics from Beyoncé’s 2016 song “Pray You Catch Me” about her husband Jay Z’s infidelity, the “Jennifer’s Body” actress, 36, fuelled rumours that they had broken up.
She responded to fan rumours that MGK had cheated on her with guitarist Sophie Lloyd by telling one of her followers who asked if the singer had “got with Sophie”: “Maybe I got with Sophie.” This was in the face of rabid fan speculation that her quotes from the singer were evidence she had ended things with the performer.
The “Transformers” actress embellished the tweet with a flame emoji.
By Sunday (12.02.230) afternoon, she had deleted her Instagram account after deleting all of the pictures of MGK from her grid and only following Timothée Chalamet, Eminem, and Harry Styles.
Colson Baker, aka MGK, and Eminem, 50, have a well-known dispute, and some have called Megan’s decision to join him “savage.”
Megan posted mirror selfies on Instagram before deleting the account. She captioned the photos with lines from Beyoncé’s 2016 song “Pray You Catch Me” about her husband Jay Z’s affair: “You can taste the dishonesty / It’s all over your breath.”
The last time Megan and MGK were seen together was at Drake’s Super Bowl party, which was hours before her post.
Before the Grammy Awards, when MGK’s album “Mainstream Sellout” lost out on Best Rock Album to Ozzy Osbourne, Megan, who has three children with her ex-husband, Brian Austin Green, 49, praised MGK for his “humility and maturity” in a lengthy Instagram post.
Fox wore a pink cast on her right arm and had a broken wrist when the pair attended events related to the Grammy Awards last week, but she remained mum on how she obtained the injuries.
Congratulations on joining the extremely small fraction of musicians who have received a Grammy nomination, she wrote about MGK in her article before the Grammys.
“I’m extremely proud of you because of the grace and maturity with which you have handled this situation.
“Watching you accept an honour is a measureably less fulfilling experience than watching you walk in humility and thankfulness, grow into yourself, and become a better man.
“Even if those will come, I guess it’s irrelevant, but I will never ever get over how gorgeous your face is.
“I hope you’ll see yourself the same way I do one day. I’ll always cherish this recollection of you since I adore you.