Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox, known equally for their high-profile relationship as their acting and music careers, continue to command the spotlight with their antics. Their latest public interaction took place at a recent Halloween party, where the musician drew a fake sword on a photographer.
At Darren Dzienciol's Halloween party, Kelly, dressed as Uma Thurman's character, The Bride, from Kill Bill Vol. 1, got into a heated exchange with a photographer. The sword, a replica from the same movie, was part of his costume. Kelly and Fox had previously stated their wish not to be photographed on the red carpet, leading to this confrontation when their request was ignored.
This incident unfolded with Fox already in a sour mood from the Casamigos Halloween party. She, too, joined the Kill Bill theme, dressing as Gogo Yubari. She had intended to make a brief appearance, hoping to avoid being photographed in the same costume at multiple events.
The couple's Halloween costumes, however, didn't sit well with SAG-AFTRA. The guild asked its members not to dress as characters from struck content or share pictures of such costumes. This didn't seem to deter Fox, who posted a photo of herself in the Gogo Yubari costume on Instagram and even tagged the SAG-AFTRA official account.
Noteworthy is that Fox has found herself in tense situations with Kelly before.
- In 2021, at the MTV VMAs, she had to intervene during a disagreement between Kelly and Conor McGregor.
- A few months later, in July, the two were embroiled in a physical altercation at the Orange Country Fair in California.
- Even earlier in May, Tyson Ritter, the lead man for All American Rejects, retold an incident involving a heated exchange when he suggested a scene involving Fox for the film Johnny & Clyde.
Their relationship has seen its share of both highs and lows since they began dating in May 2020. Although they revealed they were in the planning stages of their wedding early in their relationship, they have not yet set a date. As of now, they are still together but are not actively planning their wedding or scouting venues.
The couple met on the set of Midnight in the Switchgrass in 2020. Their relationship was confirmed shortly after Brian Austin Green announced his separation from Fox. Fox and Kelly took their relationship a step further, confirming their engagement in January 2022.