Machine Gun Kelly's Admission About Megan Fox Is Turning Heads

Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox are one of those bizarre pairings that only make sense because they're super-hot celebrities. The couple was first linked in May 2020, going Instagram official in July before making their red carpet debut in November, per PeopleThe surprising partnership came hot on the heels of Fox's divorce from her husband of 10 years, and father of her three children, Brian Austin Green. Early on, however, sources close to the unlikely couple confirmed they were "planning a future together." 

In the ensuing months, Kelly and Fox have certainly lived up to that promise. There were even claims they'd gotten engaged, as Page Six reported at the time. In fact, the rapper claimed during a talk show appearance that this is the first time he's ever been in love and it was love at first sight for both parties, too. The pair have filled up social media with shots of them snuggling up and looking appropriately obsessed with each other. Their Valentine's Day celebration, however, revealed a disturbing detail. 

The happy couple enjoyed a very bloody Valentine's Day together

Most couples celebrate the day of love with flowers, chocolates, or even a romantic dinner. Kelly took the opportunity to let everybody know he carries Fox's blood with him at all times. Taking to Instagram, the rapper, who coincidentally has a hit song called "Bloody Valentine," shared a shot of himself and his lady alongside another of a necklace containing what appeared to be a drop of blood. "I wear your blood around my neck," he wrote, just to make it abundantly clear. Kelly also described Fox as "my bloody valentine." 

Kelly shared her own Valentine's post, in which she referred to the rapper as "rehab Barbie." 

Although Kelly's dedication to Fox might seem a bit strange, readers of a certain age will remember Billy Bob Thornton and Angelina Jolie had a similar setup back in the day. As Us Weekly notes, the couple, who were married from 2000 to 2003, infamously wore necklaces containing vials of each other's blood. Both of them have since downplayed the display as a fun way to stay close, rather than a statement of their vampiric tendencies. "I thought it was kind of romantic!" Jolie argued back in 2008, in an interview with Entertainment Weekly (via E!)

Evidently, Machine Gun Kelly feels the same way, though it remains to be seen whether Fox will return the favor.