Singer MGK says he wears lover Megan Fox's blood around his neck

Singer MGK says he wears lover Megan Fox's blood around his neck

- Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox went public with their relationship in 2020

- That was shortly after Megan finally divorced her estranged husband

- MGK said in an Instagram post that he wears Megan's blood around his neck

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Talk of a bloody Valentine…quite literally.

US singer MGK says he wears lover Megan Fox's blood around his neck
Machine Gun Kelly and Megan went public in 2020. Photo: Machine Gun Kelly
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American rapper Machine Gun Kelly who recently made his relationship with actress Megan Fox public admitted that he has a special way to feel close to his lady.

The celebrity revealed that he wears Megan’s blood around his neck at all times.

The 30-year-old in a Valentine’s Day tribute on Instagram posted a drop of blood in something that looked like a transparent pendant.

He then attached emojis of a knife and drops of blood which symbolised the depth of his dedication to the Transformers actress.

"I wear your blood around my neck," Machine Gun Kelly wrote.

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His fans were somewhat surprised and shocked when they read the caption and felt like the two were messing around with blood ties.

Other supporters of the couple thought the whole concept was unique and something worth giving a shot.

Earlier, reported that Jay-Z and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey have teamed up to establish a new Bitcoin fund for the adoption of Bitcoin in African countries and India.

Jack took to Twitter a few days ago and shared that he and the hip-hop mogul have both invested 500 Bitcoin (worth about R346 million) into the project.

Jack tweeted: "JAY-Z/@S_C_ and I are giving 500 BTC to a new endowment named trust to fund #Bitcoin development, initially focused on teams in Africa & India. It‘ll be set up as a blind irrevocable trust, taking zero direction from us. We need 3 board members to start."

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Jack explained that he and the US rapper will not be directly involved as far as running of the trust is concerned hence they need the board members to start the project. Social media users have shared mixed reactions to Jack's post.

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