Fans Can’t Believe What Megan Fox Has Done To Machine Gun Kelly

“Twin flames” Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly might not be making it to the altar after all. The celebrity duo sparked rumors of a break up the night before the Super Bowl, when Fox deleted most of their photos from her Insta, posted a cryptic message using Beyoncé lyrics, and then took her profile down altogether.

But are Fox and MGK, born Colson Baker, really broken up, or is this just some kind of elaborate stunt?

Fans began speculating about Fox and MGK’s relationship status Saturday, when Fox posted a three-image carousel on Instagram with the caption, “You can taste the dishonesty / It’s all over your breath.” Lyrics from “Pray You’ll Catch Me,” a song off of Beyoncé’s Lemonade album, which famously traced her journey toward forgiving infidelity.

The first few images are bathroom pics of her in a black cutout bodysuit — nothing that explicitly reads “newly single” — but it’s the last slide that got everybody talking: a short video of what appears to be clothes and a letter burning in a trash can.

Fox also unfollowed everyone except Harry Styles, Timothée Chalamet, and Eminem, a rapper MGK has feuded with in the past. Fans noticed that Fox also appeared to delete all of the photos of her fiancé from her Instagram, which in celebrity world is standard breakup procedure.

Here’s where things get a bit tricky. As some fans noted, the outfit Fox is wearing in the photos appears to be the same outfit she wore to Drake’s Super Bowl party Friday night — a party she attended with Machine Gun Kelly. A source told Entertainment Tonight on Sunday that the two had been together all weekend before the Instagram drama.

“They’ve been out at parties together every night, including last night and seemed fine,” the source said. “Last night MGK also performed at a party, but he seemed a bit off. His energy was low, and the performance wasn’t great.” Of course, ET also reported that MGK had been electrocuted on stage the night prior, so that could have explained it.

And before Fox deleted her Instagram profile, she seemed to make light of cheating rumors in the comments after a fan noted that this must mean MGK “got with Sophie,” widely believed to be a reference to guitarist Sophie Lloyd. As reported by “Page Six,” Fox responded, “Maybe I got with Sophie.”

Hmmm … I’ve never been cheated on by a famous singer who designed an engagement ring that literally made me bleed, but I imagine that if I was, I wouldn’t be responding to random comments on Instagram. Meanwhile, MGK’s Instagram still contains photos of Fox. The Cut has reached out to Fox and MGK for comment and will update when we receive a response.

Some fans expressed concern for the actor online after noticing the poster in the background of her bathroom photos from her previous post. Clearly visible behind her in the photos is a poster providing resources for potential victims of human trafficking. This paired with her recent injuries — Fox posted about suffering a concussion and a broken wrist before appearing at the Grammys with MGK — has some fans worried about her safety.

Others speculated that the entire thing is just marketing. Super Bowl commercials nowadays are often teased in advance with real news stories, like M&M’s announcing the end of the spokescandies or the death of Mr. Peanut. Another version of this theory suggested that Fox’s follow of Eminem is a nod to her appearance in his and Rihanna’s “Love the Way You Lie” music video, in which she plays a woman in an abusive relationship, and meant that the rapper would join Rihanna onstage at the halftime show to perform their hit. Neither of these things happened.