Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox sure know how to turn heads. A week after announcing her engagement, a disturbing detail has emerged about the fabulous ring the eccentric singer gave the actress when she asked for her hand during a romantic ritual in Puerto Rico.
The couple flew to Milan two days ago where Colson Baker, the rapper’s real name, was the main protagonist of the Dolce & Gabbana show. The artist opened the event by presenting two songs from their latest hit album Tickets for my fall. In addition, she closed the show with a white silk suit with a turtleneck in the same color.
It was on this occasion that Machine spoke to the media about the curious detail of the emerald and diamond ring he gave to his beautiful fiancée, a luxurious piece whose design was commissioned personally with Stephen Webster, the famous jeweler.
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The ring was made in such a way that it could hurt trying to pull it off your finger. “It is a pure emerald from Colombia, without treatment. It was only carved in the shape of a drop, directly from the mine. And the diamond came straight from Stephen,” the singer told US Vogue, noting that the concept is that the ring can be separated to make two rings.
“When they are together, they are united by a magnet. Do you see how they come together? And then they form a dark heart. The bands are thorns. So if you try to remove it, it hurts. L ‘Love hurts!’, revealed the 31-year-old musician.
It is clear that for this couple pain and blood are key elements of their relationship, knowing that the painful engagement ring is not the only “sinister” note of the passionate union between the singer and the actress .
When they started dating and she had to travel abroad for work, the protagonist of ‘Diabólica Temptación’ decided to give her boyfriend a pendant with bottled blood so he could take his DNA with him. Moreover, during their marriage proposal, the couple celebrated a ritual to seal their love in which one drank the blood of the other.
“Somehow, a year and a half later, after going through hell together and laughing more than I ever imagined possible, he asked me to marry him. And like in all lifetimes before this, and like in all lifetimes after, I said yes and then we drank each other’s blood,” Fox shared along with the video of the ceremony. of commitment, without revealing more details.
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