'I Am Weed,' Machine Gun Kelly Said to Megan Fox on Their First Meeting

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Loudwire 14 October, 2021 - 10:31am

How did Megan Fox meet Machine Gun Kelly?

Megan Fox said she couldn't see Machine Gun Kelly's face when they first met at a party in LA. She theorized in an interview with British GQ Style that their "spirit guides" were keeping them apart. They officially met a few years later whilst filming "Midnight in the Switchgrass." Yahoo NewsMegan Fox said Machine Gun Kelly appeared faceless when they first met because their 'spirit guides' were 'luring' them apart

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Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly: "I am weed." | British GQ

British GQ 14 October, 2021 - 08:12pm

MGK And Megan Fox's Couple Interview Is Currently The Most Chaotic Thing On The Internet

BuzzFeed 14 October, 2021 - 08:12pm

Listen, are they headass at times? Yes. Am I 100% obsessed with everything they do? Also yes.

Is Megan Fox Having a Spiritual Moment? - RELEVANT

RELEVANT Magazine 14 October, 2021 - 10:57am

The interviewer asks Fox how she feels about the way the media has finally acknowledged how they mistreated her earlier in her career. Like most young Hollywood women in the 2000s, Fox’s image went through a rollercoaster in the media cycle. She was on the cover of every magazine as the next big sex symbol, and then quickly became the focus of tabloids spreading rumors that she was difficult to work with, had many “issues,” and was leading American culture past a point of no return.

In the midst of a tumultuous media cycle, Fox had a particularly interesting interview with Esquire where she discussed her faith publicly for the first time. To the shock of many, Fox said she was a devout Christian. She was raised in a charismatic Christian home, was baptized in the Spirit and regularly spoke in tongues.

“I have seen magical, crazy things happen,” Fox told Esquire. “I’ve seen people be healed. Even now, in the church I go to, during Praise and Worship I could feel that I was maybe getting ready to speak in tongues, and I’d have to shut it off because I don’t know what that church would do if I started screaming out in tongues in the back.

“It feels like a lot of energy coming through the top of your head — I’m going to sound like such a lunatic — and then your whole body is filled with this electric current. And you just start speaking, but you’re not thinking because you have no idea what you’re saying. Words are coming out of your mouth, and you can’t control it. The idea is that it’s a language that only God understands. It’s the language that’s spoken in heaven. It’s called ‘getting the Holy Ghost.'”

Fox’s experience with God and the Holy Ghost seemed at odds with the image she was putting forward — or rather, the image media was putting forward for her. Fox has been outspoken about how she never wanted to be, as Esquire put it, a “sexual prop.” The media had other plans.

In the past decade, Fox slipped into a bit of media silence, doing small parts here and there (her biggest roles included Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and a few episodes of New Girl) but largely tried to stay out of the limelight. It wasn’t until her divorce with Brian Austin Green and her new relationship with Machine Gun Kelly that she stepped back into it. The last year in the media has been seemingly different for Fox, as there has been a positive shift in pop culture journalism’s treatment of women.

Which brings us to the British GQ interview. In response to the interviewer’s question about the media’s mistreatment and re-evaluation of their coverage, Fox explain she “went on a spiritual quest.” She explains that she’s done a lot of work to make peace and move on from feeling like a victim.

“I did a lot of work to remove that feeling of being a victim and to realize that it was a lesson. So there was purpose in it and I didn’t have to suffer any more,” Fox explained. “It’s [made me grow] into a much more interesting human being than I would have been without that. So it allows you the space to have gratitude for something that previously you felt persecuted by. That’s the one thing in my life I did do a lot of work on, I do feel free from. So it’s not that I feel vindicated. I’m beyond that, because I don’t need to be right about it any more. Back then I was hurt – of course I did suffer tremendously – but, you know, I’m not looking for payback. I don’t need an apology.”

This is an awfully gracious statement. Forgiving others, particularly when they have done something hurtful and wrong, is never easy. As Colossians 3:13 says, Christians are called forgive others as the Lord forgave you. This difficult lesson is something that Fox seems to have learned and lived the hard way. And it’s a good reminder that if someone can forgive an entire industry for horribly mistreating her, maybe we can forgive someone in our life for their minor offenses.

Fox doesn’t go into much more details about her faith, and MGK remains largely silent throughout this discussion. It’s unclear if Fox is still speaking in tongues or “getting the Holy Ghost,” but she seems to be open to extending grace to others, which is a pretty good place to be.

Is Megan Fox Having a Spiritual Moment? - RELEVANT

International Business Times 14 October, 2021 - 10:57am

The interviewer asks Fox how she feels about the way the media has finally acknowledged how they mistreated her earlier in her career. Like most young Hollywood women in the 2000s, Fox’s image went through a rollercoaster in the media cycle. She was on the cover of every magazine as the next big sex symbol, and then quickly became the focus of tabloids spreading rumors that she was difficult to work with, had many “issues,” and was leading American culture past a point of no return.

In the midst of a tumultuous media cycle, Fox had a particularly interesting interview with Esquire where she discussed her faith publicly for the first time. To the shock of many, Fox said she was a devout Christian. She was raised in a charismatic Christian home, was baptized in the Spirit and regularly spoke in tongues.

“I have seen magical, crazy things happen,” Fox told Esquire. “I’ve seen people be healed. Even now, in the church I go to, during Praise and Worship I could feel that I was maybe getting ready to speak in tongues, and I’d have to shut it off because I don’t know what that church would do if I started screaming out in tongues in the back.

“It feels like a lot of energy coming through the top of your head — I’m going to sound like such a lunatic — and then your whole body is filled with this electric current. And you just start speaking, but you’re not thinking because you have no idea what you’re saying. Words are coming out of your mouth, and you can’t control it. The idea is that it’s a language that only God understands. It’s the language that’s spoken in heaven. It’s called ‘getting the Holy Ghost.'”

Fox’s experience with God and the Holy Ghost seemed at odds with the image she was putting forward — or rather, the image media was putting forward for her. Fox has been outspoken about how she never wanted to be, as Esquire put it, a “sexual prop.” The media had other plans.

In the past decade, Fox slipped into a bit of media silence, doing small parts here and there (her biggest roles included Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and a few episodes of New Girl) but largely tried to stay out of the limelight. It wasn’t until her divorce with Brian Austin Green and her new relationship with Machine Gun Kelly that she stepped back into it. The last year in the media has been seemingly different for Fox, as there has been a positive shift in pop culture journalism’s treatment of women.

Which brings us to the British GQ interview. In response to the interviewer’s question about the media’s mistreatment and re-evaluation of their coverage, Fox explain she “went on a spiritual quest.” She explains that she’s done a lot of work to make peace and move on from feeling like a victim.

“I did a lot of work to remove that feeling of being a victim and to realize that it was a lesson. So there was purpose in it and I didn’t have to suffer any more,” Fox explained. “It’s [made me grow] into a much more interesting human being than I would have been without that. So it allows you the space to have gratitude for something that previously you felt persecuted by. That’s the one thing in my life I did do a lot of work on, I do feel free from. So it’s not that I feel vindicated. I’m beyond that, because I don’t need to be right about it any more. Back then I was hurt – of course I did suffer tremendously – but, you know, I’m not looking for payback. I don’t need an apology.”

This is an awfully gracious statement. Forgiving others, particularly when they have done something hurtful and wrong, is never easy. As Colossians 3:13 says, Christians are called forgive others as the Lord forgave you. This difficult lesson is something that Fox seems to have learned and lived the hard way. And it’s a good reminder that if someone can forgive an entire industry for horribly mistreating her, maybe we can forgive someone in our life for their minor offenses.

Fox doesn’t go into much more details about her faith, and MGK remains largely silent throughout this discussion. It’s unclear if Fox is still speaking in tongues or “getting the Holy Ghost,” but she seems to be open to extending grace to others, which is a pretty good place to be.

Millicent Simmonds And Rachel Brosnahan Starring In Helen Keller Drama

Yahoo Lifestyle 14 October, 2021 - 10:30am

Keller's story has been brought to the screen a few times before, but this promises a slightly different angle. Still Alice co-director Wash Westmoreland wrote the script with Laetitia Mikles, working in consultation with a team at the Helen Keller National Center for Youth and Adults. But far from promising another hagiography, it'll tell a real story of conflict from her life.

Set during the early 1900s, the plot follows Keller’s tumultuous time at Harvard's Radcliffe College, when her rapidly expanding worldview and sexual awakening brings her into direct conflict with the conservative Anne Sullivan (Brosnahan). When Sullivan is courted by the young and brilliant publisher, John Macy, tensions escalate between the two women that threaten the bonds of their friendship. Fun fact: Simmonds is a distant cousin of Keller.

"Most people only know of Helen Keller’s story from when she was a child. Helen & Teacher will look at her as a young adult when she developed a radical, world-changing political voice," says Westmoreland. "Today, when some TikTok threads dispute Helen Keller’s achievements and even her existence, it is time for a film that shows her relevance, her brilliance, and her unbreakable spirit." The cameras should be rolling next summer.

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So Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly Are Super Weird

InsideHook 14 October, 2021 - 08:42am

I admittedly didn’t read the full article and only saw snippets of it in a Twitter thread from the official British GQ Twitter account on Monday. But lemme tell you, those quotes were enough. Allow me to list some of my favorites for you:

Now, I don’t wanna shit on the entire profile. Fox very courageously shared her struggle with body dysmorphia and spoke of how she dealt with the mistreatment she experienced earlier in her career. It seems these two, despite their occasional “demonic side,” are very happy, very in love and I wish them nothing but the best. Still, these quotes are absurd and so cringey I physically scrunched my face recoiling in second-hand embarrassment while reading them.

As many, many internet users have already joked, Fox and Kelly’s supposed spiritual/demonic/passionate relationship is reminiscent of really bad fanfiction and those corny couples you knew in high school who believed their dumb relationship was truly one for the ages.

It’s giving “high school band kids after one week of dating,” “Twilight” and “The couple who married right after high school,” as some Twitter users described. Fox and Kelly are also exuding some major “She was crazier than him, and more fearless. She was his queen, and God help anyone who disrespected the queen,” energy (which if you have no idea what I’m talking about, is a very hilarious meme inspired by a line from Suicide Squad about Harley Quinn and the Joker’s own toxic relationship.)

The memes have even trickled over onto TikTok where users are clowning a recent Instagram post uploaded by Fox of her and her boo’s new GQ spread with a lengthy, nonsensical caption that used phrases like “tantric night terrors” “psychedelic hallucinations” and “organic smoothies” to describe their relationship.

Unfortunately, there doesn’t appear to be a lick of irony in any of the comments made by Fox and Kelly, and the ceaseless publicity surrounding the couple doesn’t seem to be letting up anytime soon. We can probably expect a lot more corniness from these two. Luckily, as always, the memes will see us through.

i literally cannot stop thinking about mgk saying “I am weed” and then megan fox thinking he’s the hottest, most mysterious guy ever

MGK made weed uncool so I'm gonna stop smoking

Just saw Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox in public, luckily grabbed a couple pics pic.twitter.com/g1wQwPDxY6

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