Machine Gun Kelly Fans Spot Clue He 'Secretly Married' Megan Fox
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Fans of Machine Gun Kelly have spotted a clue that he ‘secretly married’ Megan Fox.
MGK (real name Colson Baker) has been dating the actor since May 2020, with the pair announcing their engagement in January this year.
Now, onlookers are convinced that the 32-year-old has already tied the knot with the 36-year-old after he left a huge indication on stage at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday night.
Taking to the stage at the MGC Grand Garden Arena, the musician sang Twin Flame from his March 2022 album drop, Mainstream Sellout – but not before dedicating the track to his ‘wife’.
“I wrote this song for my wife,” he said at the start of the track, appearing to hint that he and his fiancée Fox had gotten married.
Fans were quick to spot the dedication, heading to Twitter to share their excitement for the pair.
"“I WROTE THIS SONG FOR MY WIFE” has me in f***ing tears #BBMAs," one fan wrote.
"It’s the fact he dedicated the song to his wife and is performing at the #BBMAs, not to mention he’s literally shaking @machinegunkelly," another tweeted.
A different fan asked: "Did he say WIFE? Did Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox get married? #BillboardMusicAwards2022."
Later on in the track as MGK grabbed a guitar and played some riffs, the musician then dedicated that section of the song to ‘our unborn child’.
However, it is not clear whether the reference was to a future child for the pair, or whether it referenced baby loss for the couple, as he then wrote on Twitter following the show: “Broke my heart to sing the end of that song.”
Tyla has contacted a representative of Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox for a comment.
Elsewhere, the vampire community issued a warning to Megan and MGK after they spoke about drinking each other’s blood.
Belfazaar Ashantison, co-founder of The New Orleans Vampire Association, told the pair to 'take proper precautions' before drinking their lover's blood, in a statement to TMZ.
He said the couple need to ensure they have tested each other's blood 'for potential diseases and blood-borne illnesses'.
Belfazaar also highlighted that vampires are 'not immune' from these diseases.
The founder of the New Orleans Endless Night Vampire Ball, Father Sebastiaan, also endeavoured to warn the couple about the risks of drinking blood.