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Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly ‘Living Separately’ Amid Relationship Struggles

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are currently “living separately” while they work through a “rocky” period in their relationship, an exclusive source who spoke with Us Weekly claims. The insider disclosed that Fox, 37, is purportedly a resident of Malibu and Kelly, 33, has been lodging at their Encino home.

According to the source, the arrangement was made to give them some privacy while still allowing them to be together. Their relationship went through a difficult period recently, despite their long history of ups and downs; Fox even entertained the idea of having friends set him up with other people.

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The source claims that despite the couple’s January 2022 engagement, there are “no plans” for a wedding “anytime soon.” Their friends, however, are still unsure about the prospects for their relationship because Fox has recently been spotted without her engagement ring, citing her inability to trust Kelly as a result of her fears.

According to a different source, their relationship might not end happily ever after because they fight a lot and the drama could last for years. The insider calls their relationship “toxic,” adding that their love for one another occasionally hurts their wellbeing.

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In an interview with the ‘Call Her Daddy’ podcast, Fox herself discussed the dynamics of their relationship, saying that she would rather keep it private. She highlighted her strong bond with Kelly despite the uncertainty, calling him her “twin soul.”

Since their first sighting in June 2020, the couple has reportedly been linked, and while their wedding preparations had “stalled,” it is said that their fiery personalities have contributed to their continued communication difficulties.

Even though they are very passionate about one another, they still work through their problems and try to have better relationships and communication.

– Farheen Ali 

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