Machine Gun Kelly has released the music video for his new single 'Bloody Valentine, ' with a starring role for Megan Fox, adding fuel to rumours that the two have become romantically involved. While modeling off the steel displays many will be receiving, the actress held up one she received, putting her left hand on full display and showing that she's no longer wearing her wedding ring.
"She met this guy, Colson, on set", the actor said.
Green explained that he and Fox were already starting to grow apart late a year ago while the actress was away for five weeks for a film. However, Brian is still optimistic about their relationship and said that they could come back together. "We don't know. I don't know". It wasn't a choice she made, that's the way she honestly felt.
"I trust her judgment, she's always had really good judgment", the actor said.
On Monday, after Fox was snapped by paparazzi out and about in Los Angeles with Baker, Green confirmed via his podcast that he and Fox actually separated months ago; he stressed that Fox did not cheat on him, and that neither she nor Machine Gun Kelly are "villains".
The video, directed by Michael Garcia, shows Machine Gun Kelly and Fox in a relationship that walks the line of pleasure and pain. After all, Fox hardly acknowledged earlier within the chat when the Redline Steel founder introduced up her newest look in MGK's Bloody Valentine music video. On the work front, fans can expect to see Fox and Kelly on the big screen in their upcoming film "Midnight in the Switchgrass'".
The rumors of the new romance between the musician and Megan Fox began a few days ago where some photographers captured them having a very romantic date, Machine Gun drove while Fox only smiled.