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Megan Fox slammed for ‘insensitive’ comments after she hit back at remarks about her appearance

Megan Fox slammed for ‘insensitive’ comments after she hit back at remarks about her appearance

The 'Jennifer's Body' star took to Instagram to make the statement

There's been a whole lot of hype about the Super Bowl and its subsequent after parties this week and it seems the buzz isn't dying down anytime soon.

From fans catching an adorable moment between Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce at Super Bowl party after his win and the whole Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds trolling all the way through to Kanye West speaking out on claims Swift got him 'kicked out' of the Super Bowl - it's fair to say a lot has gone down since the match on Sunday (11 February).

And the latest sees Megan Fox being slammed for her 'insensitive' comments after hitting back at remarks about her appearance during the party.

The 37-year-old actor could be seen alongside couple, Kelce and Swift, as well as her fiancé, Machine Gun Kelly.

She took to Instagram yesterday (14 February) to share a series of snaps from the evening.

The Jennifer's Body star spoke out about her apparent change in appearance in the caption, with many social media users calling the comment 'insensitive' and 'xenophobic'.

Fox penned: "Oh my god guys look how different I… don't look at all.

"Turns out it was just a shadowy cell phone pic of me looking like a Ukrainian blowup doll when in REALITY I look like one of those super expensive silicone real sex dolls you can only get in Japan."

Megan Fox has been called out for her 'insensitive' comments.

People were stunned by Fox's remarks, with many taking to the comments to share their shock over the statement which they felt enforced stereotypes that hyper-sexualise women from Eastern Europe.

"Not here for taking the p*ss out of Ukrainian women," wrote one. "It’s obvious you’ve had extensive work done."

A second penned: "I guess xenophobia towards Eastern European[s] is still a thing in Hollywood."

"It's very rude of you to speak like that about Ukrainian women, that's how you showed yourself," agreed a third.

While a fourth echoed: "It's insensitive due to the situation in the country, furthermore it's widely known that sex crimes are common war crimes, that makes the joke inappropriate.

She has since issued a response back.

"There's a time and place for everything, this ain't it though."

Fox has since responded to the backlash online, writing: "Dear god. that is NOT what I meant. Ukrainian women are hot af and so in my imagination the blowup dolls would also be hot.

"Let a girl make a joke for f***s sake."

Tyla has reached out to Fox's representatives for further comment.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@meganfox/@joeoravec3

Topics: Beauty, Celebrity, Fashion, Megan Fox, Social media, Super Bowl