Megan Fox Is Featured On Machine Gun Kelly's New Album And Reveals They Have Couple Tattoos!
Regardless of where their relationship is going and if it’s really going to last, Megan Fox is forever part of her boyfriend, Machine Gun Kelly ’s music career! After all, she was featured on his interlude titled Banyan Tree off of his brand new album - Tickets to My Downfall – released earlier today!
But, as it turns out, that is not the only permanent thing they did to celebrate their love.
It sounds like the lovebirds might have even gotten tattoos with each other’s names!
In the interlude, the actress asks her singer beau if he remembers ‘the stuff you do with me.’
‘Yes, of course I do. I cherish you,’ MGK sweetly replies.
Megan goes on to note that ‘It was just four months ago that we were right here and I met you. That's not possible. You just got my initials tattooed on you. I just got your nickname tattooed on me.’
She was, of course, suggesting that it feels like they’ve known each other all their lives and already have such a strong bond.
But what fans focused the most on upon hearing that interaction is the ink talk!
Did they really get couple tattoos already?
Given how inseparable they are and how open they have been about their romance, it would not be surprising if they decided to show appreciation to each other by tattooing one another’s intitials/nickname on their bodies.
Aside from that, Megan appeared in his Bloody Valentineusic video that was released in May and they are now even working on a movie together, titled Midnight in the Switchgrass.
They are definitely getting more and more serious about each other by the day.
Machine Gun Kelly even admitted, just the other day, that he’d never felt romantic love before meeting the actress.
‘I didn't know what [love] was until me and her made eye contact. That's when I was like, 'Whoa.' After I made the big chunk of the album, I did fall in love for the first time. That was my first experience with being open to love and stuff like that. I definitely wasn't set up to believe that that's something that could ever exist,’ he dished while on SiriusXM's The Howard Stern Show.