Actress Meghan Fox and rapper Machine Gun Kelly have always left little to the imagination when it comes to their relationship.
Now the PDA-loving couple have taken it a step further in a new interview with British GQ Style magazine.
Meghan (35) and Kelly (31) dished on their intense romance, telling the publication their souls were banned from meeting ahead of their pre-destined time.
“This weird thing happened,” the Rogue actress says of the first night they crossed paths a few years ago.
“We didn’t see each other. I don’t remember [his] face. I just remember this tall, blond, ghostly creature and I looked up and I was like, ‘You smell like weed.’
“He looked down at me and he was like, ‘I am weed.’ Then, I swear to God, he disappeared like a ninja in a smoke bomb.”
At the time, Meghan was married to actor Brian Austin
Green (48), with whom she shares sons Noah (9), Bodhi (7) and Journey (5). The
pair tied the knot in 2010 but separated in December 2019, with Megan filing
for divorce in November last year.
She believes she couldn’t see Kelly’s face that night because “we weren’t allowed to see each other yet”.
“We weren’t supposed to run into each other that night, so our souls, our spirit guides, were luring us away from each other, because you literally had no face,” the actress continued.
“It’s hard to see his face in general, but really he had no face that night. Thank God, [because] what torture had I known [he was] there and I couldn’t get to [him]. It was better that I didn’t know.”
The two met for a second time in March last year while working on the film Midnight in the Switchgrass.
Meghan says the connection was instant. “I knew right away that he was what I call a twin flame.”
She explains that instead of a soulmate, a twin flame is where a soul has ascended to a high-enough level that it can be split into two bodies at the same time.
“So we’re actually two halves of the same soul, I think. And I said that to him almost immediately because I felt it right away.”
Meghan also appeared in the music video for Kelly’s
song Bloody Valentine. In the video, which was released in May last year, she
plays a dominatrix who ties up Kelly, feeds him doughnuts and electrocutes him
in a bathtub.
Throughout their relationship the couple have raised eyebrows with their over-the-top displays of affection.
First, they debuted matching manicures with nail art that included a heart-shaped lock, a key and a bloody knife.
Kelly, whose real name is Colson Baker, then took it a step further by revealing he wears a drop of Meghan’s blood in a necklace.
During an interview with talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres, Kelly revealed that Meghan gifted him the necklace as a token of her feelings.
“Some people give a handkerchief to their partner, she gave me her DNA,” he quipped.
Megan has likened their love to a tsunami or forest fire.
“The intensity of merging with him is just overwhelming, and the threat it poses is so powerful but so beautiful that you have no choice to surrender with reverence and with gratitude,” the Transformers star told Nylon magazine in an interview last year.
Kelly agrees. “It’s ecstasy and agony for sure,” he
“I don’t want people to think anything’s perfect with us. I didn’t say it was the darkest fairytale for no reason.”
The musician, who has a daughter, Casie (13), with ex-girlfriend Emma Cannon, adds that prior to meeting Meghan, he was ready to die.
“It hurts my soul that I wasted 30 years of my life not having any desire.”
Both shared images of their shoot on Instagram.
“The tale of two outcasts and star-crossed lovers caught in the throes of a torrid, solar flare of a romance,” Meghan wrote in her caption, adding that their relationship features feverish obsession, guns, addiction, tantric night terrors and psychedelic hallucinations.
The couple also revealed that they gave each other matching tattoos. Each has the words, “The darkest fairytale” inked on their body. The tattoo “alludes back to one of the first text messages we ever sent each other”, they say.
Meghan previously said the couple have their ancestors to thank for their “karmic” connection.
“I think part of [our connection] comes naturally because our relationship is so karmic that our spirit, our souls, are so intertwined on that higher plane,” she told CR Fashion Book magazine last year.
“A lot of it’s handled for us by our ancestors and the spirits and energies watching over us.”