Machine Gun Kelly Compares Himself and Megan Fox to This Disney Couple After Dedicating Song to Their ‘Unborn Child’

Machine Gun Kelly recently posted a birthday tribute to Megan Fox after dedicating a song to his “wife” and their “unborn child.” He seemingly compared himself and Fox to a particular Disney couple that has fans speculating about their relationship. Here’s what Machine Gun Kelly posted and how fans are reacting. 

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly pose together in matching outfits at an event.
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Machine Gun Kelly dedicated his 2022 Billboard Music Awards performance to his ‘wife’ Megan Fox and their ‘unborn child’

On May 15, Machine Gun Kelly dedicated a song to Megan Fox at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards. He dedicated the song “Twin Flame” to his “wife” and their “unborn child.” 

The artist played the track beneath a Banyan tree on stage, replicating the special place where he proposed to Fox. Machine Gun Kelly announced to the crowd, “I wrote this song for my wife,” before launching into the emotional lyrics. And before the final words of the song, he said, “And this is for our unborn child.”

On May 17, Fox reacted to the show with a heartfelt post on Instagram. She wrote, “Baby- so proud of you for giving such a vulnerable and emotional performance. You are magic💔🤍” 

Machine Gun Kelly posted a photo of Ellie and Carl from Disney’s ‘Up’ movie in his birthday tribute to Megan Fox

Fans have theorized that Machine Gun Kelly’s song “Twin Flame” is about his relationship with Megan Fox and possibly a loss of pregnancy. The musician hasn’t revealed the full meaning of the lyrics and the heartbeat sounds on the track, saying the song is “a rough one to talk about.”

Machine Gun Kelly recently posted a photo of a particular Disney couple that further validates the fan theory about the song.  

On May 16, he posted several photos of the couple on Instagram in honor of Fox’s birthday. . “Wishing the happiest birthday to my ethereal light being,” the musician captioned the pictures. “I love you maki 🔪❤️🕯🕯”

After several pictures of himself and Fox, Machine Gun Kelly shared one final photo in the series: an image of Carl and Ellie from Disney’s 2009 movie Up.

The opening segment of the movie tells the love story of Carl and Ellie Fredricksen. The tear-jerking clip shows Carl as a young boy falling in love with his future wife, Ellie. After they get married, Ellie has a miscarriage, and they decide to start saving for a trip to Paradise Falls. The couple is repeatedly forced to use their savings and postpone their vacation. Years later, Carl plans to surprise Ellie by booking the trip. On the day he decides to tell her, she becomes ill, dying soon after.

Fans loved the musician’s sweet Instagram tribute to the actor 

Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox’s fans noticed the Carl and Ellie reference in the musician’s birthday tribute. They took to the comments section of his Instagram post to share their feelings about the comparison. 

“The last photo 🙌” said one fan, referring to the picture of Ellie and Carl. “Stop the last photo killed me 😍🔥” wrote another fan. 

“Not Carl and Ellie in the last pic 😭💔” said one fan, naming the Disney couple.

And another fan wrote, “NOT THE UP COUPLE IM GONNA CRY I WANT WHAT YALL HAVE.”

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